With the first two installments taking north of a billion dollars worldwide, it was inevitable that we’d find ourselves subjected to a third chapter of this worryingly popular series. Mercifully, this one is being touted as the end of the saga, but it still feels like a bum deal from a franchise which all but ran out of speed 45 minutes into its first film. Click Here.
An epilogue which frames the uprising as a precursor to Communist victory in 1949 achieved by “following the spirit of Sun Yat-sen”, serves only to add another level of historical fug… Click Here.
Amidst the death and heartbreak of the Nazi occupation of France, in Les Amours Secretes, we find love in the most unlikely of couplings. Click Here.
I saw Jeff Daniels complaining about his job, his money and his property and wanted to be sick. Click Here.
With Melancholia, Von Trier has abandoned the jarring minimalism of Dogville or Manderlay, the applied visual chastity of The Idiots… Click Here.