Steve Carell is a fine and maybe even somewhat underrated actor, but his performance in Foxcatcher which is almost completely hidden behind a huge fake nose is not the one to look for when talking about his great works.
Carell is lonely, ridiculously rich oddball John DuPont who takes an interest in wrestling and starts Team Foxcatcher on the grounds of his family's opulent estate. Tatum and Ruffalo play two wrestling brothers and I must say that Channing Tatum's performance…
Phew, this is one in a long line of films I still needed to log/review.
Anyway, The Man From Laramie is a western starring James Stewart, which automatically makes me like it, but it also happens to be directed by Anthony Mann which makes me love it almost without fault.
Does the film deliver though? Why yes of course it does. Stewart is the 'stranger', a man who came from Laramie and ends up in a huge conflict between cattle…
It's probably good David Fincher made Alien 3 if only to confirm the fact that he is human after all.
I am not quite sure what to say about Gone Girl other than pretty much acknowledging nay pledging my adulation for it right here. I want to say this isn't a perfect film, but I can't find any fault with it. From stars Ben Affleck - I never hated him, but after this i don't see why anyone still would…
That one David Fincher feature film that I still needed to see.
Panic Room may seem like the most straightforward film in Finchers oeuvre. It's a thriller about a woman (Jodie Foster) and her daughter (Kristen Stewart) who just moved into an old New York house. In their first night robbers arrive and they flee into the safe room the house is equipped with. The big conundrum is that whatever the robbers seek is in this so-called panic room.