Bernie is a weird breed of a politician in a sense that his past record is not his worst enemy, but his strongest ally in this campaign. He never has to run a negative ad. All he has to do is to talk about his stance and his past record attesting his stance.
Unbearably tense and anti-aesthetic. For his second directorial feature, Tobias Lindholm (co-writer of Jagten) delivers the kind of indifferent, matter-of-fact realism not experienced since the early days of Dogme 95. And because […]
The calm, composed quality about Malcolm Campbell’s screenplay, is that it casts no immediate judgement on something committed by Richard Karlsen. Ambiguous film title is succinct, yet enough because it […]
Consider first the setting. It may be quiet and idyllic, but merry laughter and droll humor open the scene. A group of middle-aged men are clowning around by the lake. […]
One of the pleasures of Robert Zemeckis’s latest film is the way he introduces Whip Whitaker (Denzel Washington), a suave airline pilot who shuffles domestic flights for a living. When […]