As far as stuffy Oxford dramas go, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone has them all beat.
After the tired Mametisms of Heist and the dopey repartee of The Score, Ocean’s Eleven must count as a breath of fresh air.
The film’s humor is snappy, its attention to detail outstanding.
The film is perhaps best enjoyed by those new to Dargio Argento.
Imagine if you will American Beauty in the hands of Bob Villa.
Richard Kelly’s debut feature is a tale of adolescent angst ripe with enigmatic sci-fi underpinnings.
The Man Who Wasn’t There is a Cold War tragedy about a man who is as invisible to the world as he is to himself.