There’s something intimately familiar and hence moving about Saving Mr. Banks. Plus, there’s Emma Thompson and Tom Hanks.
No matter how its political stance has morphed in a polarised and acidic world, ‘Munich’ is still chillingly relevant.
Orson Welles’ vision for this classic-noir comes alive in a stunning blu-ray transfer. It’s a tragedy he wasn’t around to see his vision redeemed.
Director Rob Minkoff holds a bag full of twists, mysteries, and crude comic. In other words, a mixed bag.
Director John Curran tells a real-life true story that’s a thrilling and tragic reflection of our spun-doctored times.
Director Björn Runge sets up a complex marital drama piece that’s as devastating as it is liberating.
The Coen Brothers’ snazzy look at corporate machinations has lost none of its contemporaneous bearings in ‘The Hudsucker Proxy’.
Even it means actor Casey Affleck has to shuffle around in a white bed sheet, director David Lowery creates a deeply profound and meditative cinema about love, loss, and waiting.
Debutante director John Wells, also writing and producing this human corporate experience, touches all the right emotions and upheavals in this downsized economy drama.
This is whacky noir skating on polished madness at its best.