Inland Empire
November 13th, 2008

Those who dismiss Lynch’s work as pretentious twaddle can feel somewhat vindicated as even his staunchest followers and critics from the black turtleneck brigade admitted they didn’t know what in God’s name Inland Empire was about.

Anacondas: Hunt for the Blood Orchid
November 1st, 2004

It might surprise you to learn that although being one of them most panned films of the late 1990’s and a permanent blight on the careers of Jennifer Lopez, Jon Voight and Ice Cube, Anaconda was a huge hit for Columbia.


25th Hour
June 5th, 2003

Whatever you think about Spike Lee, you can’t deny he’s always got something to say. His career up until now has seemed mainly to concern itself with the struggles and tribulations facing the urban African-American.

Julia Roberts
April 16th, 2012

I didn’t feel lost because it’s not so crazy and special effect-y. I mean, it was all kind of there for me, I never felt that I was looking at tennis balls or didn’t understand where I was. Even when we did the stuff in the cottage where I’m with myself as it were, we had worked it out so well.


Look Both Ways
August 18th, 2005

The much-commented on doldrums of the Australian film industry can be attributed partly to the fact that we have only two distinct cinematic voices.

The Bet
September 30th, 2007

Despite needing stronger dramatic markers to tell you what was going on, there’s an escalating sense of desperation and despair and some great performances to carry it, particular the always-wonderful Aden Young, who doesn’t get nearly enough screen time as the smooth, lizard-like Angus.






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