Tag: Joel Edgerton

Complicated yet likable ‘Gringo’ runs out of steam

The knotty action-comedy “Gringo” is the latest from Blue-Tongue Films, a collective of Australian filmmakers that has, thus far, produced…

4 months ago

‘Red Sparrow’ more mopey than sexy

The chance to do an entire movie in a Russian accent must have been irresistible to Jennifer Lawrence, whose “Red…

4 months ago

Film takes loving approach to couple’s landmark story

“Loving,” director Jeff Nichols’ fifth feature, is sure to be one of the 2016’s awards season’s most talked-about films, as…

2 years ago

Solid Johnny Depp performance a ‘Black Mass’ highlight

American filmmakers have been making gangster movies since the beginning of movies — Raoul Walsh’s 1915 “Regeneration” may have been…

3 years ago

Joel Edgerton’s ‘Gift’ a thoughtful thriller

The comeuppance of a bully is a theme that will never lack for likeability, and “The Gift,” actor-writer Joel Edgerton’s…

3 years ago

A strange family film from Peter Hedges

“The Odd Life of Timothy Green” is certainly odd for a Disney film.Based on a story by Ahmet Zappa, it’s…

6 years ago