“Tim Burton’s film has plenty of flaws, but the visceral experience of Big Eyes allows for loads of fun and exciting frustration.”
“The Interview will impress many when the mood turns serious, but these faux-moments of shrewdness come only after the non-stop, over-the-top antics from James Franco.”
“Jolie didn’t make a bad movie, and Unbroken might have even won Best Picture twenty years ago, but you can’t throw the star under the bus — especially in a biopic — and let the antagonist destroy one of the most powerful scenes.”
“Witherspoon’s raw performance makes ‘Wild’ a worthy alternative to the contrived, yet structurally impressive, Richard Linklater film.”
“Angus MacLachlan’s ‘Goodbye to All That’ is a witty romance with real-life consequences for millennials to consider.”
Family, Truth and Romantic Agony
73 Minutes of Clichés
It’s a mad, mad world and sometimes an excursion amongst the late Hollywood greats opens up the mind (and the heart).
Q.V. Hough on Samuel Kishi’s Debut Feature
Q.V. Hough Reviews the 1933 Roy Del Ruth Film
Q.V. Hough on Robert Gist’s Lone Feature Film
Q.V. Hough on the 2013 Cannes favorite.
Q.V. Hough on Nightcrawler and the Boulevard of Broken Dreams
Q.V. Hough reviews “Cat People” – now streaming on Warner Archive Instant.