Berlin, I Love You is the latest in a series of city-centric anthologies, following 2006’s Paris, je t’aime and 2008’s New York, I Love You.
A standard superhero showdown isn’t what Shyamalan has in mind for Glass.
There’s no question Holmes & Watson is a bad film. Yet this isn’t as disastrous as you might have been led to believe.
My issue with Suspiria is that it’s neither thrilling, nor scary, nor fun.
[CENSORED] is compiled from clips excised from films imported into Australia from the late ‘50s to the early ‘70s.
There’s no reason Kin couldn’t have used its sci-fi hook to examine the degradation of the American working class.
Arizona has a killer concept for a killer comedy, but despite a promising opening it can’t execute what should’ve been cutting satire.