Month: October 2012

Seven Psychopaths

There’s a post-modern aspect to the screenplay of Seven Psychopaths that could be lost on a lot of viewers. A work of pretty extreme, complicated meta-fiction that seems to be a much more entertaining alternative to writer-directorRead Full Review


There is a very large (if somewhat transparent) part of Ben Affleck’s latest movie Argo that is a love song to cinema. Or at least, to the power of cinema. The power that moving pictures draped acrossRead Full Review

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

When you see a film adaptation as good as The Perks of Being a Wallflower, it ponders the question: why aren’t more authors trusted with the film adaptations of their work? Then you stand back andRead Full Review


Looper certainly looks cool and flashy in all the ways a movie needs to be in order to be a hit in contemporary Hollywood fashion. I’m sure it fancies itself a sort of modern day Blade Runner,Read Full Review