The BBC Yellowstone series is rounded off in riveting style with the last episode, Autumn. Whilst watching this series, I wondered why they hadn’t A) chosen to do four episodes, one for each season and B) start with spring and head through to winter. However, on reflection the order that the BBC opted for does work remarkably well.
This entry is likely the best of the trio, if only because it introduces and examines the human element too. Of course,…
The second episode in the Yellowstone series, this is equally as good as the first, if not better. As expected this one is a bit more diverse; you’ve got the happy spring/summer time, all babies and calves and puppies and shit being born all over the place, then you’ve got that hard grind toward autumn when the mama’s and their babies can’t find any food. Everything that worked so well before is just as good here, with the rebirth of…
"I have a competition in me. I want no one else to succeed. I hate most people."
-Daniel Plainview (Daniel Day Lewis)
Once, every so often, a film comes along that just makes you say ‘Wow’. A film so astonishingly excellent, you cannot quite believe your eyes. There Will Be Blood is one such example, perhaps the finest example in many a year. Films of this quality very rarely come along.
Daniel Day Lewis is the backbone of the film,…
“Nature is Satan's church.”
-She (Charlotte Gainsbourg)
Over on the Internet Movie Database, someone once described Lars Von Trier as, and I quote, ‘an arty wanker’.
Now, although that is perhaps the most unsophisticated and rudimentary way of expressing it, they did have a point. It isn’t hard to see why Trier could be considered pretentious, especially with his most controversial outing yet, Antichrist.
To say it is unforgettable is a gross understatement. Rather, for better or worse, it sears…