A decidedly off-balance historical character study, Becket concerns the friendship between Thomas Becket and King Henry II. Taking place within 100 years of the Battle of Hastings, and the conquering of the lowly Saxons by the haughty Normans, the film does not shy from showing the utter corruption that permeates the halls of power. Here, […]
King Henry’s best buddy becomes too cozy with God after the King appoints him to a high Church position.
Film Title(Un Conte de Nol) A Christmas Tale (2008)
The need for a bone marrow transplant unites a family just in time for Christmas
In A Christmas Tale, the family deals with their defeats with sublime acquiescence, as though marching to the guillotine with a bottle of vodka in hand.
We are all gay for Iceman over here.
It would be all too easy to attack the immense (and at times immensely shitty) catalog of Cannon Films and the insane Menachem Golan and Yoram Globus overlords who brought it all to fruition. They built a studio out of almost nothing, and began forcing into existence a fuckton of movies with nothing more than […]
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Jose Pablo Cantillo
Ninja was thrown off set for sending dick pics.
Whacky corporate murderers at it again.
Film TitleA Most Wanted Man
A Most Wanted Man Review: Le Carre moves into the war on terror and maintains quality.
Grigoriy Dobrygin: Issa Karpov
Philip Seymour Hoffman: Günther Bachmann
Homayoun Ershadi: Abdullah
Mehdi Dehbi: Jamal
None of us really get to know whether anything we do is worth a damn to the world as a whole, or even to those we care about
Maybe I am taking a movie about monkeys riding horses too seriously, but even the original Planet of the Apes was pretty silly. The subtext was…
Well, yes, the title characters each carry a gun, and so there are 2 guns total carried by the protagonists. Or you could go with the figurative gun, in which case…