Sometimes wonderful, often frustrating – The New World (Blu-Ray Review)

Posted by - December 14, 2020
As with a lot of Terrence Malick's films, there is a lyrical beauty to be found in The New World, but it remains a deeply frustrating and overlong film, despite the flashes of wonder. First released in 2005, this Criterion Collection Blu-ray adds a lot of interesting material. From extra interviews and documentaries on how it

“Dedicated and Humble Servant to Power” – Vice (Film Review)

Posted by - January 9, 2019
Adam McKay should have stuck to comedy. The man who brought the world the sheer joy of Anchorman and Step Brothers had found his niche in Hollywood – directing Will Ferrell, and doing it brilliantly. Then, he caught everyone by surprise with The Big Short – a zippy and energetic attempt to tell the story