Tuesday, 25 January, 2022

Tag: film hick


The Matrix Resurrections

This new poster captures the energy you want to see from a Matrix movie. I liked the sequels we got before. I am not sure they could ever have matched up the expectations generated by the first movie, but for Read more…


Finch

I liked this film. I got choked up by this film. Was this a groundbreaking movie? No. Did it do what it set out to do? I would say so, and by that criteria it was a success. The special Read more…


The Green Knight

There were a couple of obvious moments which reminded me of Tarkovsky, but the Russian director came to mind as a touchstone for the whole sensibility of the movie. I’ll be interested to see if I read this anywhere in Read more…


Anthony Bourdain

It is not any secret that I love Anthony Bourdain and his work. I have watched all of A Cook’s Tour, The Layover, Raw Craft and Parts Unknown, and I am most of the way through No Reservations. I am Read more…


the jesus rolls

I love The Big Lebowski, and the thought of a real sequel would be most welcome. When there was a rumoured return of The Dude around Superbowl time I was immensely disappointed to learn that it was a damned advert. Read more…


Do we need Tom Hanks in Mr Rogers drag? I’m not sure we do. I watched Won’t You Be My Neighbor? and I fell in love with the message that Fred Rogers wanted people to understand. The great thing about Read more…


us

UsJojo RabbitAvengers EndgameToy Story 4GlassAlita: Battle AngelCaptain MarvelOnce Upon A Time In HollywoodIt 2MidsommarMarriage Story 12.The Transparent MusicalThe Steven Universe MovieAnimaShazam!Dolemite Is My NameAeronautsI Am MotherEl CaminoThe LaundromatLate NightDeadwood MovieTwo PopesThe Tomorrow ManKlausPaddletonYesterdayDoctor Who: ResolutionJohn Wick 3: ParabellumHitsville: The Making Read more…


Fred Durst directing John Travolta in a creepy horror movie about a superfan that call to mind a whole host of creepy superfan movies? Sure, I can dig that. No point aping the Guardian article I read about this in, Read more…


Daniel Blake

Ken Loach shines a light into the hearts and minds of the working class in England. The struggle highlighted here is one with the doublethink system of Job Seeker’s Allowance and Benefits – something familiar with anyone that has lived Read more…


001. Sorry To Bother You 002. Black Panther 003. A Quiet Place 004. Hereditary 005. Blindspotting 006. Eighth Grade 007. Mandy 008. Blackkklansman 009. Isle Of Dogs 010. The Other Side Of The Wind 011. The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs Read more…