It's taken me seven films to realize that what make Lynch's movies so great isn't their surrealistic qualities or visual and thematic metaphors, but his bizarre characters. Wild at Heart features some of his most memorable, making this yet another big win for the director.
Like many people, I very much enjoyed Nicolas Winding Refn's previous venture, Drive. Only God Forgives had me very excited. After seeing the negative reviews I was determined to enjoyed it. I couldn't.
Ryan Gosling plays a drug trafficker whose brother dies. His mother comes out to Bangkok and tells him to find his killer, a cop who doles out justice as he chooses.
Let me get this off my chest. As much as it pains me to say it,…
21 Jump Street was a surprisingly great comedy with heart. This summer directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller attempt to recapture the hilarity of the first film. They mostly succeed.
22 Jump Street finds the duo of Schmidt (Hill) and Jenko (Tatum) going undercover as college students. The plot is pretty much the exact same as the original, something the film knowingly states many a time. Expect a lot of college shenanigans.
Once again, Lord and Miler deliver a high…