Although this movie is a little out there, it does flex the senses. Nice musical score too.
If you look beyond the typical American blare of trumpets this is a very good movie illuminating an important point in history that is still current. Wonderful play by Tom Hanks and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
As impressive as it is to watch an empty New York, this movie is a little bland.
Cute, light-weight romcom. Pfeiffer good, as always. There must have been a special on British actors. Buy four, get one for free! Sarah Alexander, Tracey Ullman, Jonathan Ryland, Graham Norton and Mackenzie Crook. All with impeccable American accents. But only Norton...
Dark, raw, tangible portrayal of the early days of the oil industry, and an even darker portrail of greed. Day-Lewis is spectacular. But the movie is one hour too long.