A masterpiece, and like all truly great movies, it will - in time - be revered as a work of art. And to paraphrase Dave Moss: 'Sadly unappreciated by vacuous Millennial douchebags with the attention span of a fuckin' fly!'
Absolutely magnificent! It took me two viewings to truly appreciate Wonder Woman, but having just watched it again, I have to admit I unashamedly love this movie! A few points:
* The first time I saw WW (in the summer), I remember tearing up in a few scenes (specifically the beach fight, and No Man's Land) and I couldn't quite figure out why. Watching it again, and it was the same, but now I get it. Even though they're fight…
Fantastic. One of the best British films in years, and just gets better every time I watch it. For some reason, it's criminally underrated, but given the subject matter, it's no surprise that 'Kill List' didn't get a wide cinema release.
On the surface, the story seems simple: two (ex-military) hitmen take on a new assignment for a bunch of shady businessmen, but there's so much more to it than that. It starts off as one thing, but morphs genres…
This is the third time I've seen Upstream Colour, and like 'Primer' before it, the movie improves exponentially with every viewing. This is true visual storytelling, the likes of which we rarely see in US cinema, though to be honest, despite paying close attention, I still don't understand every aspect of the story (!)
Not that it matters. I love movies that demand audience investment/active engagement, and when combined with an enticing symbiosis of gorgeous imagery and music, a hypnotic,…