Tagged: mood: know-it-all
Oliver Hirschbiegel’s miserable film is nothing more than a bloated, nearly two hour exposé about how melodramatic Princess Diana’s life was.
A witch-trial mystery set in the colonial Carolinas reveals deeper conspiracy.
A documentary about the journey of an American school bus in Guatemala, as well as a socioeconomic study of sorts.
Set in 1985, National Security is based on the memoir by Kim Keun-tae, a democratic activist who was kidnapped and tortured for 22 days under the orders of gruesome police inspector Lee Geun-an, better known as The Undertaker.
Yo, Pedro pretty much deals with past stories from his life, including family, his musical career and many of his thoughts on diverse topics as well as addressing one of his latest issues: his motor neuron disease, the one thing that has kept him away from the spotlight.
After delivering a gem like Take This Waltz, director Sarah Polley has taken her camera and flipped it on herself to explore her family.
Sofia Coppola takes on a collection of teens that love robbing the homes of the rich through an energetic and satirical lens.
Directed by Vladimir Khotinenko and starring Yevgeny Mironov as the iconic Russian writer, Dostoevsky chronicles his life from when he was about to be executed in 1849 through all the women he was interested in or loved.
In the 70s, a boy with Down Syndrome is taken care of by a gay couple, who decide to love him, feed him, give him an education and a place to live until he’s mess of a mother is released from prison.
Sophie Scholl: The Final Days chronicles the last days of Scholl’s life after she’s caught distributing ‘anti-government’ printouts during the not-so-final days of Nazi Germany.