When a driver gets entangled in a mob-related fiasco, he will do anything to make sure that a mother and her child remain safe.
A movie back in 2011 that received all sorts of awards, praised by the critics, and regarded as one of the best films of that year. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I don’t understand it.
After serving a decade in prison, infamous gangster Al Capone suffers from dementia and is haunted by the sins of his past.
Director Josh Trank tries his best to redeem himself after the awful mess that was “Fan4stic.” If only he stuck harder on the landing.
An African-American man, who is wrongfully convicted, must receive help from an African-American Attorney.
The title perfectly sums up the emotional drive that the film delivers.
A poor family falsely obtain jobs under a rich family. It is there that they truly realize what it means to be the class that they are.
My overall second film to watch from Bong Joon-Ho. The first one was “The Host.” While he succeeds in that film, I think he might have edged it a bit more for his latest project right here.