“Can You Ever Forgive Me?” is a heist film, but don’t expect any bombs or car chases.
Like Mercury’s character, “Bohemian Rhapsody” is flawed, yet beautiful.
Though “Blaze” is a dramatization of the ’70s musician Blaze Foley’s life, Hawke doesn’t adhere to typical biopic conventions.
D’Apolito cleverly intercuts Radner’s childhood photos and videos with celebrity readings of diary entries, showing Radner’s impact on comedians today.
“A Futile and Stupid Gesture” is not a typical biopic. Instead, it’s a love letter to Doug Kenney and the National Lampoon.
This film challenges its audience to understand and empathize with a love story that might make them uncomfortable.