Out of the few Keaton films I've seen, this one has emerged as my absolute favorite. Keaton's flair for visual trickery is on full display in this film, as is his gift for physical comedy. The sequence with the motorcycle is one of the most brilliantly sustained bits of hilarity I have ever seen. If you've never seen Keaton before, do yourself a favor and rectify that post haste, and this is a great place to start.
It’s a bit of a muddled mess, but there are still hints of greatness throughout, and it manages to stand as a pretty effective film overall. For all its faults, The Keep boasts a moody, oppressive… read review
While it never once comes close to reaching the heights of Gilliam’s earlier, brilliant films (Brazil, 12 Monkeys, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas), Dr. Parnassus is nonetheless a definite step up from… read review