Les Miserables is an extremely affecting drama which, despite its revolutionary codas, seems to have left politics as an afterthought to the personal.
[A] brave and formally daring piece of Irish cinema that should be applauded and encouraged.
Chris and Tina are on a road holiday in the British midlands, over the course of which they murder several people.
No major American film has ever embodied the internal, fatalistic logic of the melancholic so thoroughly
Few grand pronouncements are made about Israeli-Palestinian relations and politics are brought to a human level.
Notting Hill it is not.
Workmanlike in its execution, it’s also extremely enjoyable.
Director: Lenny Abrahamson Talent: Jack Reynor, Roisin Murphy, Sam Keeley Release Date: 5th October 2012 Lenny Abrahamson’s third feature as director, written by Malcolm Campbell, takes its cue from Kevin Power’s Bad Day In Blackrock, a novel centred around an act of brutal violence by privileged young men from the read more…
Director: Rian Johnson Talent: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis, Emily Blunt, Paul Dano Release Date: 28th September 2012 Rian Johnson is a “unique Hollywood voice” of uneven quality but undeniable ambition. Looper, as a big, serious action film, rights some of the directorial wrongs of Brick and The Brothers Bloom: marvel read more…