Werner Herzog

8

Great

The Wind Rises review (Blu-ray)

Studio Ghibli co-founder and animator Miyazaki has threatened to retire before, but this time it looks like he means it.

10

Superb

Aguirre, Wrath of God review

This is one of Herzog’s most infamous films. Having a strong influence on Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now, Aguirre is a fascinating movie; its existence alone is an astounding achievement.

8

Great

Jack Reacher review (Blu-ray)

Let's put aside the elephant in the room, shall we? This is not a pure adaptation of the Jack Reacher from the books (which I have yet to read).

8

Great

Cave of Forgotten Dreams review

The Cave of Forgotten Dreams is both a very real place and a very metaphorical place.

0

My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done review (DVD) ?½

"David Lynch presents a film by Werner Herzog" is the opening credit title for this movie so that should give you some indication that it's a decidedly offbeat effort to...

8

Great

Bad Lieutenant review (Blu-ray)

Abel Ferrara’s 1992 film Bad Lieutenant starring Harvey Keitel was the darkest possible tale of addiction and despair, loss of faith and self-destructive behaviour.

0

My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done review ?½

"David Lynch presents a film by Werner Herzog" is the opening credit title for this movie so that should give you some indication that it's a decidedly offbeat effort to...

7

Good

Bad Lieutenant review

Abel Ferrara’s 1992 film Bad Lieutenant starring Harvey Keitel was the darkest possible tale of addiction and despair, loss of faith and self-destructive behaviour.

8

Great

Encounters At The End Of The World

Although this is a documentary shot in the Antarctic, Encounters At The End Of The World is not, as writer, director and narrator Werner Herzog announces at the off, “another...

6

Fair

Mister Lonely

There is point during Mister Lonely where it actually feels like it's all going to make sense.