Aqua Teen Hunger Force Vol 3
November 13th, 2008

If a bunch of animators and writers sat around getting high and challenged themselves to come up with the strangest premise for a cartoon they could, they couldn’t possibly come up with anything this esoteric and funny.

Spartan
July 15th, 2004

Spartan is serious in a way it seems only Mamet can manage while screenwriters the world (or at least America) over continually treat audiences like idiots, hammering every joke home with the subtlety of a jackhammer, leaving flashing neon arrows on top of every clue.


Charlotte’s Web
December 15th, 2006

A cute talking pig on a farm in rural Victoria? Where are James Cromwell and Magda Szubanski when you need them?

Terror Australis
August 1st, 2008

Besides being popular, it’s the only genre among the traditionally expensive fields of action or sci-fi where all you need is a recipe for blood and friends who are good screamers. Plenty of Australasian filmmakers started that way, including a certain portly, bearded kiwi who went on to win an Oscar for his Lord of the Rings films.


Breaking into Batman
July 25th, 2012

Maybe it’s the rare dignity surrounding Hathaway, mature and private while her contemporaries stumble out of limos flashing their underwear. She decisively deflects the first question about her personal life – what the character of Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises has in common with her – with the words ‘yes, a real respect for mystery’.

Cloverfield
September 4th, 2008

Director Matt Reeves gives an enlightening commentary where he deals with some fascinating aspects of the technique. For example, some of the very long takes (by the camera-wielding hero Hud) are actually many different shots, the joins invisible amid the various fast movements of the panicked handycam operator.






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