What a pity we can’t leave the cinema thinking that last line, “damn, that shit was dope.”
Despite paper-thin characterisations, “Attack On Titan” has a surprisingly strong sense of social commentary.
“Slow West” is an elegantly paced Western, comically revisionist and suitably deadly.
Directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead have fashioned an epic Mumblegore, Lovecraftian love story.
Lars von Trier’s “Nymphomaniac” is an epic sojourn into the heart of his tragic heroine Joe.
“Age of Ultron” is a mythical creation, mutated from the thousands of Marvel comic books, cartoons and films that interlock and overwrite one another.
(T)ERROR is an eye-opening look at one place where our war on terror, taxpayer dollars are going.
The following are just three of my top picks from Tribeca – which cover ground from southern Africa, to Castro’s Cuba, to the South Side of Chicago.
This is another America where The Motor City hovers somewhere between Hurricane Katrina and the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history.
Not since early Steven Seagal movies has an action hero breezed past so many heavies without breaking a sweat.