Even the very best half-hour sitcom struggles to keep the laughs coming for the whole of its running time.
Director Rian Johnson scored a minor success with his first effort Brick, an updating of a neo-noir crime tale transplanted to a college campus with oddly distinctive dialogue patter.
Director Spike Jonze has taken the novel approach of redefining the phrase “kids' film”, and this is an important key to one’s appreciation of Where The Wild things Are.
There are two “light bulb” moments in Shutter Island, director Martin Scorsese’s psychological thriller. The first goes off early in the film where the viewer concludes the film they are...
Author José Saramago’s decision to protect the rights to his 1998 Nobel Prize winning novel was a rare and brave gesture.
The words "director's cut" evoke a completely different take on the film — think Ridley's Scott's reworking of Blade Runner.
The human conscience is a powerful thing. Couple it with a life altering mistake compounded by a momentary lapse in moral judgment and a person can find themselves gripped by...