Meryl Streep as Julia Child was just wonderful.
Jeremy pulls you in so that you identify with that person. His performance is the result of a tremendous work ethic and commitment.
"Precious" is an incredible film on so many levels with one powerhouse performance after another.
Peter is a remarkable talent. The moment his David arrives on that rainy afternoon offering a ride to Jenny's cello you get a chill down your spine.
I love watching that guy act anyway and it was an inventive way to tell this story.
The movie takes place in the mid-19th century. There's something incredibly of that time about Abbie Cornish.
It has been a few days since I saw "Broken Embraces," and I find myself left with the feeling of being haunted by a ghost.
Michael Stuhlbarg is wonderful and perfectly cast as Larry Gopnik in "A Serious Man" for countless reasons.
Michelle Monaghan is stunning. Yes, stunning. Not just in the obvious way.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is able to skillfully balance joy and sadness with such delicacy.
The difficult task here was to create a person so terrified of the dark side that he wiped himself clean of edge.