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Frankly, it’s a good two decades since the helmer turned out something especially worthwhile, but there’s always something interesting at play, and it should provide Joseph Gordon-Levitt with a role he can get his teeth into (the cast also includes Melissa Leo as “Citizenfour” director Laura Poitras, and, in a now-rare major movie, Nicolas Cage). “A United Kingdom” Director: Amma Asante (“Belle”)Cast: David Oyelowo, Rosamund Pike, Tom Felton, Laura Carmichael, James Northcote Synopsis: The story of Botswanan Prince Seretse Khama, and his white, British wife Ruth Williams, whose interracial marriage in the 1940s proved controversial, but eventually saw Seretse elected the country’s first president.
What You Need To Know: It was a modest sleeper hit, but we’d argue “Belle” deserved a little more: a beautifully made and acted costume drama with much more on its mind that many films in its genre, not least a complex and nuanced take on racial and gender identity.
What You Need To Know: Tim Burton tried to step slightly away from his comfort zone with the relatively un-zany “Big Eyes,” but the film proved not much more successful than the director’s last few, and didn’t really crack the awards race either.
As such, he’s back on more familiar territory with this fantasy pic, based on a (very enjoyable) YA best-seller by Ransom Riggs.
Ah, the first Monday of the year, when your alarm sounds more obnoxious than it ever has before, and you wake and brush the last of the sleep and celebration from your eyes only to see 2016 bearing down on you like a big lumbering CGI kraken.