I feel like I may well be judging Seven Psycopaths slightly harshly, simply for not being In Bruges.
It this hadn't been the follow-up to that film I would have simply loved it, flaws and all, and accept it as the very enjoyable postmodern caper that is undoubtedly is; and I do love me a good postmodern caper.
It's a film about either life imitating art, or the manipulation of life to to stimulate artistic creation. It also acknowledges the…
In all honesty I'm unsure whether the rating I've given here is how I really feel about this - I could go either way.
It's either a brilliant critique on the nature of our vaccuous, ADHD-riddled culture, through the medium of a vaccuous, ADHD-riddled mess of a film, or it is simply a vaccuous, ADHD-riddled mess of a film.
Joseph Kahn lobs just about every teen slasher movie cliche in, along with bits of alien invasion and time travel into…
It's always better to take a good few steps back after watching something as thematically rich and elliptical as Paul Thomas Anderson's latest. Take a take breath, go and do something else and let it seep into your subconscious.
It’s a stately, lumbering beast of a movie, and utterly unrepentant about it. It must have been a hard sell to studio execs. A two-and-a-half hour epic about a cult that’s obviously inspired by Scientology (bit controversial with all the high-profile…
Jaw-dropping in several respects, Bart Layton's documentary is as technically skilled as it audacious and unbelievable.
In 1994, 13 year-old Nicholas Barclay went missing from his home in San Antonio, Texas. In 1997 a young man claiming to be him appears in a town in Spain. His family welcome him back into the fold despite his complete lack of resemblance to the missing boy.
We know right from the beginning that the boy is not Nicholas. He is Frédéric Bourdin,…