Three Monkeys is a kind of thriller that never seeks to thrill, but rather, it just does. Starting with an intriguing premise, it never deviates into something of a guide who holds your hand. Instead, much of it is lensed in gorgeous long takes for the spectator to muse as (s)he pleases. What this film could essentially be seen as is a thriller for those who typically don't enjoy conventional thrillers.
The most striking thing about where the wild things are is the fact that it is so real. How they speak, what they talk about considers issues true to our own lives. This is no fantasy world where order… read review
Paranormal Activity gets my respect. Almost every horror film I’ve ever seen has left me with little more than chuckles. I suppose, like most audience members nowadays, I’ve become desensitized to… read review
Watching Che in two parts, I felt I bore witness to Che the social activist and Che the guerilla. The Argentine (Part One) is about events. Guerilla (Part Two) is about the experience. They are two… read review
I didn’t like GFE in the sense that I enjoyed the experience. However, the style and events are true to who Chelsea is as a person and as an “escort” (not mutually exclusive either). True to her standards… read review