Thoughts on James Marsh’s glossy biopic on physicist Stephen Hawking and his relationship with his wife Jane, as well as Morton Tyldum’s more successful ‘The Imitation Game,’ about British mathematician Alan Turing.
Iranian-American filmmaker Ana Lily Amirpour’s A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is one of those auspicious debuts that gets your heart racing for the future of cinema. Shot in […]
This is what all good science fiction action filmmaking should aspire to be. Snowpiercer, the English language debut of Korean master Joon-ho Bong (The Host, Memories of Murder), takes it’s […]
One of the highlights of the Miami International Film Festival’s first weekend was actor-director John Turturro’s fifth feature Fading Gigolo, a genial comedy in which the actor casts himself as a prostitute […]
Japanese master Hayao Miyazaki’s swan song is a dreamy look into the life of Jiro Horikoshi, the famed engineer behind the legendary Zero fighters – most famously used by the […]
Viewed as a piece of corporate-manufactured propaganda, Disney’s Saving Mr. Banks is a perfectly enjoyable trifle; it’s affectionately told with wit and charm, and boasts a pair of indelible performances […]