Jeffrey Wright

TIFF 2019: The Laundromat Review

Director Steven Soderbergh's The Laundromat – starring Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman, and Antonio Banderas – is a dizzying madcap whirl that will give audiences the rinse and the spin they need.

Venice 2019: The Laundromat Review

Tamara Khodova reviews Steven Soderbergh's The Laundromat – starring Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman, and Antonio Banderas – from the 2019 Venice Film Festival. Does this star-studded dramedy live up to Soderbergh's previous work?

Westworld Review: The Best of Two Genres

Westworld has all the action, adventure, and intrigue of the ideal Western film, but that's all a veneer for tourists, under which lies a rich maze of philosophy, science fiction, and genre criticism.

The Good Dinosaur Blu-ray Review

The Good Dinosaur comes out on Blu-ray this week with a great technical presentation and some insight on what happened with Pixar's first financial flop.

The Good Dinosaur Review

The Good Dinosaur isn't able to bottle that Pixar magic, but it's a nice looking film that will likely be a hit with the kids.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Review

With a director more accustomed to shooting good looking and well handled action sequences, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is just a slight notch better than its predecessor, but nearly every other positive and negative from the first film remains exactly the same.

A Single Shot Review

While a great showcase for the acting talents of star Sam Rockwell – an actor who needs more leading roles than just the character work he knocks out of the park every time – the backwoods thriller A Single Shot misinterprets “slow burn” as “illogically stalling.”

Broken City Review

Marred by a pretty lacking script, Broken City isn't so much awful as it is wholly predictable and almost instantly forgettable.