Renner forms his own identity.
There’s a certain tradition of movie thriller that consciously, deliberately and carefully sets out to bamboozle the audience. This is the kind of picture where for large chunks of it you don’t know what the hell is going on; it’s a narrative...
Albert Finney’s fine debut as a working class anti-hero.
In the vanguard of the New Wave movement which revolutionized British cinema in the late 1950s and early 1960s, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning marked auspicious debuts for Albert Finney and Czech-born director Karel Reisz.
Sadly overlooked at the Oscars, it is without a doubt a brilliant film with stunning performances.
The past 12 months have been so very good for movies that Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead managed to snag not a single major nomination at the Oscars. But in any other year, the film might have gotten a raft of nods for its tense performances...
Possibly the best in the Bourne series.
Matt Damon reprises his character Jason Bourne for a third time in what is possibly the best in the series. the pace of the film is relentless