It's The Rock playing The Rock in Brett Rattner's adaptation of Hercules in New York, and John Hurt channelling his inner phone-in acting. Unfortunately 'Hercules 'becomes rather boring rather quickly. Not even Josepth Feinnes can save it, if you smeeeeeeeeellllleeeelll what, The Rock, is, cooking *raises left eye-brow*
Finding Vivian Maier is for the most part, an interesting look at the prolific, if introverted photographer, who was for most of her adult life, a Nanny for well-to-do families in Chicago. She managed to keep her talent out of the public eye, merely hording her undeveloped films and negatives wherever she was living at the time. A chance discovery by a young man trying to obtain pictures for his up-coming book, presents itself a chance to make this documentary…
I've often ignored Zodiac. Choosing to watch Fight Club countless times and scream from the rooftops that the no-holds barred film is Fincher's best, not least because it's my favourite film, but because I hadn't seen Zodiac enough.
With my adoration for the above parked for the evening, it was high time I tackled Zodiac for only my fourth viewing.
162 minutes later my fourth watch was the most memorable.
I came away with a much more transparent understanding of…