Eric A. Gordon: One by one, all the once-working, providing men in this remote desert town just ghost themselves, disappearing overnight—“gone to the moon”—with barely a farewell note of explanation.
Eric A. Gordon: Ginsburg (Felicity Jones) could not in her day, the 1950s and ’60s, gain employment in a law firm that would actually allow her to practice law, which was her passion
Ed Rampell: If two hours and 23 minutes of nearly nonstop noisy action, violence, CGI and other eye-popping special effects in a superhero movie is your thing, then you will love the mind-boggling Aquaman.
Ed Rampell: What’s especially fascinating about Hoagancamp’s elaborate doll play is this art therapy angle, how – after being beaten within an inch of his life by neo-Nazi types because of his penchant for wearing high heels – Mark was able to find his way out of the darkness and back to sanity via Marwen.
Ed Rampell: How Bale transmogrified himself from playing Batman to fat man Cheney is truly a feat of astounding acting for the ages, reminiscent of Robert De Niro’s star turn in Martin Scorsese’s 1980 Raging Bull.