Nazi-centric films don’t tend to be particularly fun. Enter Taika Waititi.
Joker is the first film to deliver on the promise of a different kind of superhero film.
A shitty year with some excellent movies.
Thor Ragnarok is half Taika Waititi film – funny, digressive, unpredictable – and half Thor film – mired in tiresome Norse mythology and following the MCU formula note-for-note.
Love & Friendship – Whit Stillman’s spin on Jane Austen’s novella Lady Susan – is a deftly-executed delight, a lilting melody of acerbic one liners and charming repartee.
New Zealand writer-director-actor Taika Waititi has always had a quirky comedic streak. With his latest, Hunt for the Wilderpeople, he’s closest to a defining style that can easily translate across a variety of audiences. That might be why he’s been selected to helm the next instalment of Marvel’s Thor franchise. His first feature film Eagle…
Thanks to Madman Entertainment, ccpopculture has 3 copies of What We Do in the Shadows’ Fang-Bloody-Tastic Collector’s Edition (Blu-Ray/DVD) to give away. Here’s what I said to say about the vampire mockumentary in my review last year: “Despite building a 90-something minute film from over 100 hours of surplus footage, Waititi and Clement pull their…