7. Detroit – Kathryn Bigelow’s take on the 1967 Detroit riots is the most disappointing film of the year for me. Impressive sequences of filmmaking are hampered by choppy storytelling and bluntly forced politics that are more confused than intended. She’s […]Read More
Whoaaaaa 2015 is over, huh? Quick overview – It was a memorable year with a few films that belong in the decade’s top 10 so far. The zeitgeist was 100% kickass females while men were being big dummies. Every good […]Read More
Sorry. I couldn’t wait to tell you that Carol is a masterpiece.
Here’s the highest echelon of romance masterpieces (that I’ve seen): Casablanca (1942), Brief Encounter (1945), The Apartment (1960), Annie Hall (1977), In the Mood For Love (2000), Lost In […]