Though Point Blank is rife with existential malaise, it is also one of the most ferociously sexy crime movies ever made.
Well, I guess this proves that Americans aren’t the only ones apt to characterize the French as obnoxious, power-hungry fops.
A day or two in the lives of some of the most annoying people in the world, filmed with equally devil-may-care obnoxiousness.
The film’s nihilist point is clear: It’s the world against Trelkovsky and not the other way around.
Once upon a time in the far off land of Syracuse, Jim Boeheim led the Orangemen to the NCAA basketball championship.
There’s an assured poise to Ang Lee’s Hulk, a surprising trait to find in a film about an unwieldy green goliath with a penchant for decimating everything in sight.
If the film’s visual splendor lacks profundity, Costner does provide a handful of transcendent moments.
In the spirit of the great Sioux tradition, I dub Kevin Costner “Directorial One-Hit Wonder.”