Widows film

The "Widows" actor said working with the Academy Award–winning actress was "a living, breathing master class."
We're far from the shallow now. Just ask Paddington.
Steve McQueen's new heist thriller starring Viola Davis is an electrifying and poignant crowd-pleaser that not enough people are seeing.
Like some others, Steve McQueen's heist film proves that mainstream appeal and artistic elegance aren't mutually exclusive.
It's more than a genre movie starring Viola Davis and Liam Neeson. It's a perfect portrait of race and power imbalance in our country.
For his smart new heist thriller, the "12 Years a Slave" director "wanted to make a picture that could be seen as high or seen as low."
After the Toronto Film Festival, the season's early front-runners — "A Star Is Born," "Widows" and "First Man" — will probably be giant crowd-pleasing hits.
"Widows" is a stormy thriller, "First Man" is an ambitious slog and "Vox Lux" is a provocative barnstormer.