Dead Ringers
May 1st, 2002

The surprisingly gore-free Dead Ringers (from headtrip-helmer David Cronenberg) tries to get too psychological, and while the idea is typically bizarre Cronenberg highbrow horror, the execution is a long winded mess.

Paris, Texas
September 21st, 2006

All languid, iconic shots and a slowly unravelling mystery that never quite unravels, you may sit down to watch Paris, Texas aware that you’re watching one of the most revered movies of modern times and be profoundly disappointed.


Robot Chicken Star Wars
August 21st, 2008

The scenes, characters, lines, premise and influence of the six-part saga are so entrenched in our culture and so much on instant recall to the whole of Generations X and Y that satirising them from your unique perspective is a shoe in for critical success.

The Notorious Bettie Page
September 1st, 2007

But here’s the most interesting thing about the movie; there’s hardly a word of swearing (in fact, Bettie scolds a colleague for the language in a bawdy song), no blood, no violence, hardly even a raised voice, yet the film’s rated MA. Have we really come so far in 50 years?


Lonely Hearts
January 11th, 2008

The dogged and damaged cop on their tails is played by Travolta, who’s lost his wife to suicide and is quickly losing his son to alienation while stumbling to form a human connection again with his sometime lover (Dern). His partner (Gandolfini) can only look on as he spirals into obsession with the case.

Edmond
December 21st, 2006

It consists in the first instance of getting laid, and most of the film deals with Edmond’s education about the underworld — it’s a dangerous place, and not dissimilar to the one he knows. Down here, he’s still surrounded by people trying to separate him from his money by any means necessary.






Mad Dog Morgan Since Mark Hartley's triumphant Not Quite Hollywood came out last year, rights-holders ...
April 16th, 2009

Fanboys It's a pretty clever idea for a comedy as the possibilities not ...
December 24th, 2009

South Park: Imaginationland If you're curious enough, you might wonder why the first South Park ...
August 21st, 2008

Brokeback Mountain It's not a gay cowboy movie -- got that? It's a tragic ...
September 20th, 2007

American Swing Taking strong tonal cues from the 2005 documentary Inside Deep Throat, American ...
August 1st, 2009

Mongol The story of Genghis Kahn before he came to power was a ...
October 16th, 2008


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