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Cinema Nova's top 100 highest grossing films of all time since opening in 1992! (not accounting for inflation). How many have you seen?
Enter the dreams of a master surrealist with: LYNCHPINS: Essential David Lynch at Cinema Nova. Commencing with the fully restored INLAND EMPIRE on August 3 and running through September, Nova presents a fresh retrospective of must-see works across Lynch’s immensely influential filmography.
Cinema Nova's Top 100 Films of All Time 100 films
Cinema Nova's top 100 highest grossing films of all time since opening in 1992! (not accounting for inflation). How many…
LYNCHPINS: Essential David Lynch 6 films
The essential, lesser-screened works of surrealist auteur David Lynch, screening through August and September.
PRIDE on SCREEN 2023 12 films
Cinema Nova celebrates Pride Month with a curated selection of premiere screenings, new releases and big-screen classics exploring stories from…
Melbourne's Home of the Oscars 2023 32 films
A collection of every 2023 Academy Award nominated film screened at Cinema Nova - your Melbourne go-to for critically acclaimed…
In The Mood For Wong Kar Wai 4 films
Love is in the air at Cinema Nova. We are honoured to present In The Mood For Wong Kar Wai,…
Cinema Nova's Top 20 of 2022 20 films
Cinema Nova's 20 highest grossing films of 2022. Includes films released in 2021 + alt-content and special event screenings.
to me this is both a riff on THIEF and Fincher's follow-up to DRAGON TATTOO: a bleak and ice-cold dive into the depths of capital's evil. he's teasing apart the flimsy digital surveillance infrastructure that has infiltrated it's way into more and more aspects of our lives, making it impossible for anyone to hide, whether a hitman or a billionaire. this is also part and parcel with both the casualisation of work and the 24/7 connection we are all forced…
i watched this in a theatre with 1 other old guy and it was EXACTLY what i was hoping for. Beautifully grimy 70s NYC, moody lighting, sweaty shitbag cops, Al Pacino in the greatest fits known to mankind going THE WHOLE DAMN SYSTEMS CORRUPT over and over... masterpiece
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I haven’t thought about a review for so long before writing in a while. Lots to think about.
I believe there’s skill in restraint and barely any movies should make it out of the edit with a runtime over 180 minutes / This movie tells an important story that should not be whittled down.
Lily Gladstone’s Mollie Burkhart was easily the most interesting and electric part of this story and her voice should have been the anchor / Martin Scorsese…
and what I want to know is
how do you like your blue-eyed boy
There’s probably not a lot I can say about this that hasn’t already been said, and I am very late to the party (worth waiting to get the cinema all to myself 😇), but wow. I am sure I will be thinking about this for a while yet.
I think this…
i interviewed new Letterboxd member Martin Scorsese about the films that informed Killers of the Flower Moon, and what’s more, i managed to not pass away while doing it. full 11-minute video here, deep-dive article here, and his official list of 59 companion pictures to his entire filmography (which he overcame his fear of e-mails to send to us) is here. i cannot believe i got to type all of that, and that i got to press post, and that the links…