Netflix’s The Two Popes (2019) explores the fallibility of the infallible.

It would seem to be something of a contradiction in terms to deliver a warm and whimsical drama about the leadership of the Catholic Church during some of its most tumultuous years but that’s exactly what Fernando Meirelles’ gently absorbing chronicle of this archly ceremonial game of Papal thrones. Essentially a biographical film tracing the…

Logan (2017) Review

Much has been made of “Logan” being a hard-R superhero movie and it’s certainly in a hurry to prove its adult credentials, opening with a sequence which is almost custom designed to make a certain class of comic fans jizz their pants. There’s even an unnecessary shot of breasts within the first fifteen minutes. For…

The Last Witch Hunter (2015) Review

There’s something so adorably nerdy about the fact “The Last Witch Hunter” is partly based on one of Vin Diesel’s old Dungeons & Dragons characters that it’s hard not to look kindly on this good old fashioned pulpy B-movie. In the Middle Ages, a band of warriors enters the lair of the Witch Queen (Julie…