35mm screenings peaked with the club scene here.
I really don't know how to communicate my feelings towards this movie. No, wait... I really don't know how to feel about this movie.
Written, directed by and starring Ross Partridge, and based on a novel by the same name, there is no doubt in my mind that everyone involved in this production are well-versed in their respective crafts. It is beautifully shot, and Partridge and Oona Laurence deliver wonderful performances that deserve recognition, but there's an elusive layer to…
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On the surface Mad Max: Fury Road could easily be misconstrued as the latest addition in an endless line of re-imaginings and reboots, constantly being tossed on the conveyor belt that is Hollywood’s business model materialised. You know the ones, the movies the billion-dollar studios make these days to pull a new set of billion of dollars in name-recognition alone. These movies are almost exclusively boring – in the sense that they lack ambition, imagination and…