Tom Hardy

'Locke' is the Best New Film of the Year
April 24, 2014

Locke is a film in which the locusts and the furies of confusion come to life. Go see it.  

‘Lawless’ is ‘Bonnie and Clyde’-Lite
September 03, 2012

"Lawless" is an excuse to round up some attractive actors and let them loose. That doesn't mean it's not worth seeing.

Aurora and Batman
July 24, 2012

How startling to see the speed with which the film business can respond to audience taste. Within hours of the massacre at a midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises, (far quicker than the removal of the Joe Paterno statue), Warner Brothers were in action. Premieres in Paris and Tokyo were cancelled. Most of the players in the movie—writer-director Christopher Nolan, Christian Bale, Gary Oldman, and Anne Hathaway—issued statements of sorrow.

David Thomson on Films: Tinker, Tailor, Boredom, Why?
December 20, 2011

“Homeland” ended its first series on December 18 in a ninety-minute episode, as if it had so many loose ends to tie up, and so much to deliver before “the event of the TV season” closed. A couple of months ago, I welcomed the suspense, the plotting, and the human interest of “Homeland,” but I wondered even then if the series would go crazy with its own narrative.