A zero-laughs, bad-taste comedy.
You know you’ve just watched a really nasty piece of filmmaking when the one character to which you can most relate is a psychotic cop played by Ray Liotta. Such is the case with director Jody Hill’s Observe And Report.
Comedy dream team phones in promising premise.
The comedic potential of a film that features the actors who played Greg Focker, Axel Foley, Ferris Bueller and TV’s 'Hawkeye’ Pierce is off the chart; that it’s directed by Brett Ratner, the (admittedly, self-proclaimed) king of modern action...
Herzog hits home with timely true crime story.
Australian Centre for the Moving Image: Public interest and critical acclaim have increasingly been the preserve of Werner Herzog’s documentaries over the last decade: Grizzly Man is remembered, The Wild Blue Yonder forgotten, despite both coming...
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...
Offers an intelligent and cynical depiction of the US military with an edge.
Germany in 1989. The soldiers at an American army base are bored out of their minds, as a result they're up to all kinds of illegal activities - black marketeering, drug peddling and so on. The most resourceful of them is Ray Elwood, Joaquin...