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We can make better movies for kids than Minions

The Reelist is a column featuring 's musings on movies. To read Washington Post film critic Michael OSullivan's review of Minions,″ click here . Now that my son is 7, he believes he should get to go to press screenings with me. I usually ... Washington Post, 2 weeks ago

Europe Works in a Chaotic Fashion: OSullivan

Credit Suisse CIO for the U.K. and EEMEA Michael OSullivan discusses the Greek debt crisis with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards on Countdown.
 Bloomberg1 month ago

Suffused sadness

Robin Williams helps his last film Boulevard go beyond mere melodrama, writes Michael OSullivan A middle-age married man confronting a long-repressed sexual awakening sounds like the stuff of a Lifetime channel melodrama. Yet the movie Boulevard ...
 Oman Tribune2 days ago

A snapshot of 1970s

A Poem is not as revealing as the name suggests, writes Michael OSullivan There's a little bit of false advertising to A Poem Is a Naked Person, which — while it does boast a naked woman — is not the revealing biopic that its title suggests, ...
 Oman Tribune1 week ago

Modern-day Rin Tin Tin tale

Max is an old-fashioned, family-friendly fare, writes Michael OSullivan It's hard to fault a movie for being schmaltzy when it's as unabashedly virtuosic in its efforts to pluck at your heartstrings as Max is. The drama about the bond between a ...
 Oman Tribune3 weeks ago

Visceral thrills

The latest in the Terminator series is a worthy sequel, writes Michael OSullivan Much like the cybernetic organism played by Arnold Schwarzenegger throughout the Terminator film franchise, a movie critic is only part living human tissue; the ...
 Oman Tribune3 weeks ago Viscerally thrilling  Oman Tribune1 month ago San Andreas, Aloha and other new movies, reviewed  Washington Post1 month ago

Sweet and sour

Infinitely Polar Bear is a child's-eye view of manic-depression with wonder, laughs and tears, writes Michael OSullivan The manic-depressive father at the centre of Infinitely Polar Bear isn't the only thing subject to wild mood swings. More so ...
 Oman Tribune4 weeks ago

Sharp contrasts; shadowy canvas

Benicio del Toro shines darkly in Escobar: Paradise Lost, writes Michael OSullivan Escobar: Paradise Lost is a fictionalised portrait of the late Colombian don (1949-1993) that traffics in the disconnect between Pablo Escobar's well- documented ...
 Oman Tribune4 weeks ago

True-life fable

The Wolfpack is the story of a group of creative siblings brought up in isolation, writes Michael OSullivan To say that the six brothers profiled in the documentary The Wolfpack have had an unusual upbringing is to put it mildly. Raised in ...
 Oman Tribune1 month ago

Grace and grit

Testament of Youth is blessed by a memorable treatment, writes Michael OSullivan In Ex Machina, Alicia Vikander displayed a combination of flintiness and femininity as the cyborg Ava, a humanlike form of artificial intelligence that was learning ...
 Oman Tribune1 month ago
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