Tarantino never fails to make a great movie, but to me this one really stand out.
From the off the film feels as if it combines some of the prime elements of Tarantinos two universes, the 'reader than real' universe' an exaggerated society like our own, and the 'movie movie' universe, the extreme films.
Tarantino combines the comic book feel of films such as 'kill bill' with a plot about the Second World War which not only makes this an…
'Lincoln' marks Spielberg's attempt to create a biopic of Abraham Lincoln's final months in office. It follows the demise of the civil war and the emancipation of slavery whilst addressing in parts the undertone of Lincoln's home life and family relations.
Daniel-Day Lewis was an excellent 'Lincoln' capturing the emotion of the character in his search for a free and equal America. It is a film I would highly recommend and seems to me worthy of the attention it has so far received.
This Ryan Gosling action flick follows a getaway driver who's life changes when he meets a neighbour turned love interest who's husband at the start of the film is searing time in jail.
After some background at the start of the film showing Gosling life as a driver and stunt man, the film becomes more action packed featuring real to life violence and pursuits. Whilst these action sequences are reasonably far fetched they do not feel as if they are…