Gyllenhaal is supremely creepy and odious, playing a deliberately unlikeable character who would appear to be somewhere "on the spectrum."
His character's chosen profession here is extremely similar to my own, so i got quite the cathartic thrill from some of his decisions and actions.. Admittedly that may not go down quite so well with a significant portion of the audience.
Another movie that seems destined for awards season, it's pretty bleak and unsettling, but extremely watchable as we learn…
Vigalondo is yet to make a duff film, and this is another example of the man's great talents. Truly a movie for the laptop generation, the film is entirely seen through... wait for it... open widows on a computer screen, and it is very cleverly put together, with only a couple of fudges in the 3rd act ruining the illusion and cohesion.
As i'm sure i've said before, i'm really enjoying Frodo's post LOTR career as an unexpected king of…
Director Eubank's sophomore offering after 2011's impressively low budget "Love." Personally i had some issues with Love being a very pretty and beautifully put together work of art that relied on some narrative mysteries to buoy your interest along.. the only problem being that the mysteries' resolutions were a bit trite or hollow, and ultimately unsatisfying.
Which pains me to say, but that description could almost perfectly match The Signal too. In fact, admittedly it's been a while since i…