We’re breathing a little easier, despite lingering questions that perhaps that we won’t have the answers to for months. While answers may help victims heal, the rest of us can help in the meantime simply by reaching out.
It’s some 70 years in the future and Earth is a wasteland, barren and plucked clean by nukes. Pretty much the only thing there is Tom Cruise – a Cruise you’ll remember from nearly all his other movies, in a world made up of those you’ve seen before.
The title says it all, and questions permeate. What’s it all about? Is Ben Affleck that wooden? Why is everyone so adrift and unexcited? Has the enigmatic Terrence Malick finally hit the skids?
Even when Brian Helgeland pushes too hard to make a political point or gets dangerously close to oversentimentalizing, “42” gets occasional help from a muscular score, great help a strong ensemble cast and tremendous help from history itself.
Boston College has created its own, unnecessary media firestorm that highlights its own complicated sexual history and begs the question: Why now?
Spring is in the air, and that means bikes on the road and greater demand for bikes facilities and amenities.
The plot of “Spring Breakers” is thinner than a string bikini strap, but writer and director Harmony Korine uses some genius casting, excellent acting, well-shot scenes and nonlinear storytelling to make it a trip worth taking.