Even the more inventive thrillers will fall back on convention, as this new French entry does in its opening minutes.
Reviews of movies
A film review of 3:10 to Yuma
Wetlands Preserved: The Story of An Activist Nightclub (2006) documents the rise and fall of a unique enterprise, one that was both inspired by--but in no way limited to--the 1960s hippie ethic.
the struggle to control destiny nothing more than an internal wrestling
match? Svankmajer hints that things are no more settled in heaven
or in hell.
Matthew Sorrento reviews Dreams with Sharp Teeth, the new documentary about famed writer Harlan Ellison.
Cinematographer Barry Ackroyd provides a warm, period look for this movie, which is saturated with subdued color, and makes good rhetorical use of the rugged landscape.
David Lynch has a lot to answer for. Too many directors assume that by using blue light, white noise, and incomprehensible plot twists, their film will become the next Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.
Why do we feel blocked from our own laughter, sadness and outrage when we watch The Hoax? – This film has caught us as a society standing too close to the mirror.