Friendly fire.
The Social Network is a story of enmity and entitlement based around the circumstances of Facebook’s creation – or more specifically, based around the debate about the circumstances of Facebook’s creation. As Aaron Sorkin writes it and David...
High concept adaptation weighed down by halting narrative.
TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: Never Let Me Go, Mark Romanek’s stolid adaptation of the best selling novel by Kazuo Ishiguro, begins with a pat rearrangement of history: In 1952, a medical breakthrough cured all major diseases; by 1967 the...
Most of the dialogue is overly verbose and the script said nothing new.
Lions for Lambs is director Robert Redford's urgent call to the American people, politicians and journalists to address the growing socio-political crisis the US. With America's reputation abroad at an all time low, the film addresses what many...