So the world’s pretty much ended, frozen into lifeless immobility after an attempt to regulate global warming went badly awry. But there’s this train which keeps circling the planet on a global rail network, endlessly speeding through the white...
Nymphomaniac: Volume I
A fun but familiar retro-themed turn from Speilberg.
One need only a limited expectation that a film’s value lies in the spectacle of its 'colour and movement’ to argue that Steven Spielberg’s The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn is anywhere near the great director’s best work.
A spirited story of heroics that sidesteps inconvenient history.
When cast in an Edward Zwick movie, the leading man – and it is always a man – knows he is in for a gruelling shoot.