A solid adaptation about a fascinating character.
Published in 1997, Mordechai Richler’s novel Barney’s Version is a life story with a tragically unreliable narrator. The pugnaciously named Barney Panofsky, a Jewish-Canadian television producer, recounts his varied days as he succumbs to the...
Censorship, racism, homophobia and parental paranoia all get the hilarious South Park treatment.
As half hour TV, South Park is a short, sharp spurt of cracked, criminally inventive comedy. But can its loveably demented creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, keep it up for eighty minutes, or are they merely masters of premature ejaculation?...
A dark, funny dismissal of pop culture.
Delirious is an unapologetic crime-filled fairytale set against a backdrop of starlets, desperate hangers-on and bloodthirsty paparazzi - a rags to riches tale with a bite. Les, a small time celebrity photographer, by chance meets the homeless bu...
An original script by two talented actors.
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck wanted to create decent roles for themselves before their careers started to take off, so they wrote a screenplay which eventually ended up with director Gus van Sant, who's made a tremendously engaging film of Good...
A refreshing unconventional film with a snappy script that us sure to make you laugh.
High School reunions are a collision of the past with the present - we saw how Romy & Michelle handled theirs and now it`s Martin Q. Blank`s - John Cusack`s - turn to go back to Grosse Pointe in Michigan ten years after he left. The only...