carey mulligan

This is the second installment of a four-piece series of reviews of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). TIFF DAY 2 “First Man” (B+) Damien Chazelle has become a cinematic wunderkind, writing and directing award-winning films like “Whiplash” and “La ...

Every so often, a filmmaker comes along who  proves himself or herself as a master of their craft. In 2017, that filmmaker is Dee Rees. Her breakout first feature, 2011’s “Pariah,” is a low-budget independent film about the adolescence of ...

Ever since her performance in the 2009 film An Education wowed audiences and earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress, Carey Mulligan has been one of Hollywood’s most graceful and deeply relatable actresses. Through performances in films like ...

There’s a very specific sub-genre of drama that I think of as the “cinematic vegetables.” They’re films that insist they’re “grown-up,” that in order to be a proper person you must watch them. They usually involve British people in period ...