Movie Reviews by Todd Wofford

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Nomadland (2021)

As a character study, Nomadland is strengthened by a startling sense of realism: When Fern mingles with the actual people ...
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Patton (1970)

This is undoubtedly a war film, but the war is really just a canvas upon which to paint Patton's massive personality ...
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Heat (1995)

Beyond its legacy, Heat remains an engaging masterpiece--an intimate character study of epic proportions ...
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JFK (1991)

[su_dropcap size="5"]I[/su_dropcap] watched JFK in eighth grade, and it blew my mind on two equally important fronts:  First off, it's a balls-out ...
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Malcolm X (1992)

Malcolm X is as ambitious in scope as any biopic ever made, ranking alongside the likes of Gandhi and Lawrence of Arabia ...
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From Justin to Kelly (2003)

You're right to have doubts.  I've had them, too.  But let's go back and take a look at From Justin to ...
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Parasite (2019)

By the time this cinematic cyclone has effectively devastated us, the only thing we can do with all this sadness ...
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1917 (2019)

This film is not for the squeamish, but for those who can withstand its sudden jolts of adrenaline, director Sam Mendes ...
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Little Women (2019)

Ebullient, moving, and exquisitely crafted, writer-director Greta Gerwig delivers the best and brightest Little Women we'll ever need ...
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Jojo Rabbit (2019)

Writer-director Taika Waititi uses his delirious sense of humor to skewer the subjects of fascism and intolerance ...
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