Finally, after 44 years, I’ve watched Ryan’s Daughter. This is rather significant, as David Lean is one of my favourite directors, and his ‘epic’ period produced some of my all…
Dorothy Hart and Peggy Dow are some truly great dames in this noir that rides its twists as hard as its punches. Another example of the cityscape feeling alive and…
The vision and vibe of showbiz extraterrestrial dread by way of the western feels so fresh, unpredictable and intellectually challenging.
With Jordan Peele's three films thus far, there seems to…
Hit the Road 2021
For a while, Hit the Road plays like Waiting for Godot on the road, as an Iranian family of four (and their ailing dog) embark on a vague, uncertain driving…
The Florida Project 2017
"Aw, how cute are those slum motel urchins using four-letter words and gobbing all over that poor woman's car?! So cute!"
Disney's dark underbelly and the impoverishment of those living…
Dead Man 1995
There's never been a Western quite like it, certainly never one quite so sleepy. In elliptical short scenes, fading in and out of consciousness, the whole thing plays like a…
This was an interesting movie. A modern twist on movies like The Conversation.
The Underneath 1995
Steven Soderbergh's post Sex, Lies 'fallow' period is maybe my favourite, despite still not having seen Kafka, as I've been waiting ten years or more now for the long-touted, director-approved…
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