Many thanks to Natalie of writerlovesmovies for writing this awesome essay, analysing Hans Zimmer’s incredibly tense composition for Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk. The score in its entirety follows this piece. Despite being disconnected from the film, it is still amazing to listen and lose yourself in the atmosphere. Christopher…
Originally written for Cinemaaxis.com A quirky and unique documentary with its tongue firmly in cheek (solidified by the presence of John Cleese), Assholes: A Theory is quite literally a study of the personality trait of being an asshole. Starting with social spaces and workplaces, the film branches…
Stéphane Brizé’s eighth feature is a David and Goliath story for the modern world. Perrin, a French car manufacturer, signed an important agreement with every worker at one of their plants, totalling 1,100 people. The details of the agreement clearly exhibit how desperate these…
The Back to the Future series immortalised the DeLorean, a car bearing the name of its creator and the subject of Framing John DeLorean. The man behind the car was, to put it lightly, a very interesting character. As a young engineer John DeLorean worked his way…
The Guilty takes place into two rooms within an Emergency services call centre. The focus is on one man working here, Asger Holm, who is in every scene throughout. A few factors emerge quickly, one is that he doesn’t seem to be all that…
Writer/director S. Craig Zahler hits the ground running after his brutal revenge prison thriller, Brawl in Cell Block 99 and his Western turned Horror flick, Bone Tomahawk. His latest effort is his most mature and accomplished film. He unveils the opposite side of Vince Vaughn’s…
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