Martial arts melodrama never comes together.
After seeing Andrew Lau’s The Guillotines, martial arts fans who were drawn in by marketing that promised steampunk-inspired lethal weaponry and wild wuxia action may be left wondering, 'What just happened?’ This long-delayed epic kicks off with...
A flawed yet potent presidential satire.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: Though never quite as clever as it hopes to be, Raoul Peck’s caustically-comic account of an island dictator’s final hours provides moments of tremendous discomfort and savage self-examination – for both cast and audience....