Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, Written by Thomas Pynchon (novel), Paul Thomas Anderson (screenplay) Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, Owen Wilson, Katherine Waterston, Reese Witherspoon, Benicio Del Toro, and Martin Short “Don’t worry, thinking comes later” – Doc Sportello While adapted from a novel by Thomas Pynchon, the… Continue Reading “INHERENT VICE ”
BLINDSPOTTED FOR THE FIRST TIME! Thanks to Ryan @ The Matinee, click here to keep up to date with the new 2015 series! Going chronologically backwards in my eccentric, slightly-OCD-like way, choosing movies from almost every decade of film even, I start with a… Continue Reading “BLINDSPOT SERIES ‘15: FEBUARY, MY FIRST ENTRY…”
Directed by James Gray, Written by James Gray, Richard Menello Starring Marion Cotillard, Joaquin Phoenix, Jeremy Renner I am somewhat surprised that this is screening as often as it is now. Four times a day?! Perhaps this is due to the gradual yet consistently… Continue Reading “THE IMMIGRANT ”
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Posted on October 4, 2019 by Jordan Dodd
A breath of fresh air after Marvel’s onslaught of movies that all looked, felt and sounded the same, and also DC’s rather lacklustre efforts all-round, Joker is a dark, twisted and unsettling character study of a neglected, abused and very sick man who, obviously, slowly… Continue Reading “JOKER ”
Category: 2019, FilmTags: #USA, 2019, character study, childhood trauma, Dark, firearms, insanity, Joaquin Phoenix, medication, mental illness, October release, politics, school shootings, social commentary, TIFF 2019, Todd Phillips, toxic relationships