JOSEPH W. SMITH III
Christ, Culture & Creativity
May 31, 2018
“The Commuter” is preposterous -- but don’t let that stop you from enjoying it.
It certainly didn’t stop me.
I’ll admit I can be a stickler for accuracy in movies about trains. But if Liam Neeson is on board, I’ll take the ride -- even if it’s bumpy.
Yes, it’s ano...
It’s a rare film that mixes gripping suspense and laugh-out-loud comedy with violent death and a relevant, hopeful message.
In keeping with its unusual title, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbings, Missouri” is a rare film indeed.
In a role that will surely net her ano...
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