Juliet, Naked is no Monty Python. There’s nothing surreal here – indeed it’s all very real. With few belly laughs but many chuckles, Juliet, Naked is impossible to dislike but hard to love.
Alas, there’s no denying that The Insult is a superb film. Lebanese personal, religious and political relationships all collide to tell what, on face value, is a simple…
Frankenstein is probably the best known novel that most people have never read.
The only thing that Hollywood likes more than a superhero film is a sequel to a superhero film.
If only The Death of Stalin were funnier.
How do you make a biopic not look like a biopic? You make it as if it were a mockumentary.
In any other (Academy Awards) year, The Post would be just another hard-hitting quality film about investigative journalism and political cover-ups.
Films that divide the critics are nearly always worth watching.
There’s nothing more frustrating than a film that pulls its punches.
A powerful and important film.