Steve G ★★★★ 16
While I was watching Saturday Night And Sunday Morning on Mubi, I came to realise that there would probably be rather a lot of people from nations other than the…
Miyazaki's final film certainly takes flight, but ultimately suffers from too much drag and not enough lift to soar as well as might be hoped.
Jumpingfrog ★★★★ 3
The first feature film by Jean-Pierre Jeunet (he of Amélie) and his oft times collaborator Marc Caro. The film is a post-apocalyptic, cartoon-y, steampunk, black comedy, that moves along with…
Following on from two artistic and commercial flops in a row (mainly due to studio meddling) Powell and Pressburger returned to high art in an attempt to recapture the immense…
Satoshi Kon the director of Perfect Blue, became a major figure in Japanese anime practically by accident. This, his first feature was originally conceived as a live action film, but…