Thursday, February 29, 2024
Dune Part Two

Dune: Part Two – Dir: Denis Villeneuve (Film Review)

Give me sandworms, or give me death. About 25 minutes into the screening for Dune: Part Two, I leaned over to the person next to...
Drive Away Dolls

Drive-Away Dolls – Dir: Ethan Coen (Film Review)

Drive-Away Dolls proves one Coen brother is better than none, especially when Ethan teams up with writer/producer/wife Tricia Cooke for this hilarious road movie. Starring:...
The Zone Of Interest

The Zone of Interest – Dir: Jonathan Glazer (Film Review)

The Zone Of Interest is the Oscar nominated Holocaust Film from master filmmaker Jonathan Glazer that is daring but ultimately underwhelming. Starring: Sandra Hüller (Anatomy...
How To Have Sex

How to Have Sex – Dir: Molly Manning Walker (Film Review)

How to Have Sex, the assured debut feature by British director Molly Manning Walker has a candy-coloured aesthetic. Its exterior shell, desperate hedonism, and...
Priscilla

Priscilla Dir: Sofia Coppola (13th Floor Film Review)

Sofia Coppola's stylish portrait of Priscilla is a frustrating shadow of the director's best. Starring: Cailee Spaeny, Jacob Elordi, Dagmara Domińczyk Sofia Coppola is a master...
The Iron Claw

The Iron Claw – Dir: Sean Durkin (Film Review)

In an era of middling biopics (Napoleon, Maestro, Air), The Iron Claw is a suplex right to the heart. Zac Efron astonishes in an...
Perfect Days

Perfect Days – Director: Wim Wenders (Film Review)

Perfect Days is Wim Wender's minimalist Tokyo set drama is a sweet rumination on the small joys of life. Starring Kōji Yakusho Hirayama, a middle-aged man,...
The Beekeeper

The Beekeeper Dir: David Ayer (Film Review)

Jason Statham is on a roll with The Beekeeper clocking in as his fifth film in a year. The Beekeeper finds Jason in one...
The Boy And The Heron

The Boy And The Heron Dir: Hayao Miyazaki. (Film Review)

The Boy and The Heron (Japanese : 君たちはどう生きるか) is the latest film from Studio Ghibli - it evokes an ecstasy of spirit, fantasy and...
Napoleon

Napoleon: Ridley Scott (13th Floor Film Review)

Napoleon is a 2023 epic historical drama film by Ridley Scott that presents an evocative portrait of Napoleon’s ambition, desire, and the irrevocable cost...