One of the most beautiful, barely there movies of all time. Which is great as like Blade Runner, your imagination fills in all of the ostensible gaps. A confrontation with the spiritual is one of the hardest things to pull off in any narrative form and unlike modern sci-fi, Kubrick does it visually and to shattering effect.
The Magna Carta – one of the most important documents in British history – was thought up by the father of Britain’s most enduring legend. At least, that’s what Ridley Scott’s bloated and ill-judged… read review
Happythankyoumoreplease is one of those titles crying out for bad punnery. That smug, ‘Yes, I got it, but where’s the rest’ dig at this mantra mouthful, highlighting a story’s shortcomings in the process… read review
Assassination is no mere killing. It takes such tawdry events and elevates them to something with real significance, be it ideological or political. Andrew Dominik’s melancholic epic takes this a stage… read review