Beauty And The Beast Movie Review: The blink-and-you'll-miss-it meet-cute moment for two gay characters is part of this Beauty and the Beast larger sense of expansiveness, wherein exteriors fall away, inner essences come to the fore and true love ensues. And what in this big, boffo, ball-gowned world could be wrong with that?
Kong: Skull Island Movie Review: It is a big, noisy B-movie infused with moments of wit and sprightly visual sophistication
For all its weirdness, the final win for Moonlight sent a particularly encouraging message: that, rather than self-righteous speeches or empty gestures, Hollywood is bracing itself to respond as a creative community to the current political realities
Oscar Nominations: The most obvious sign of karmic evolution was a dramatic uptick in nominations of people of colour, from the seven actors and five directors who received nods for their work to ground-breaking - if shamefully overdue - "firsts" in the cinematography and editing branches
Carrie Fisher went into the family business as an actress, vaulting from off-screen Hollywood royalty to the on-screen version as a generation's most revered space princess, along the way picking up and dropping a drug habit, turning it all into fodder for one of the finest, funniest show business memoirs ever written
Filmed with dynamism and propulsive, energetic flair, The Jungle Book allows viewers the vicarious pleasure of sidling up to magnificent (sometimes mangy) beasts as if they were household pets. Even when the movie takes on the episodic, repetitive contours of a typical chase film