Jurassic World: Dominion feels like a movie that was so preoccupied with whether it could, it didn’t stop to think if it should There have been innumerable pieces comparing JURASSIC WORLD: DOMINION to STAR WARS EPISODE IX: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER and, superficially (as if JJ Abrams’ franchise-cratering clusterfuck operated at any other level) such ..
I tend to shy away from reviewing films based on the technical merits of the aspect ratio but the 3D IMAX re-release gave me the irresistible opportunity to review 1993’s “Jurassic Park” and, coincidentally, make it seven times I’ve seen it in the cinema. It’s my personal record for seeing a film on the big ..
Hardly the frozen “Taken” we were promised by the marketing, this remake of the director’s own 2014 film “Kraftidioten” has moments of sublime black humour but is too disjointed, derivative and haphazard to do justice to its cast or premise. Hard-working snowplough driver Nels Coxman (Neeson) is a pillar of the community of Rocky Mountain ..
A triumphant delight, Gerwig’s Little Women (2019) is a new classic cut from the cloth of an old one.
I must confess that although I’ve been aware of “Little Women” for many more years than I care to remember or admit, I’ve never actually read or watched any adaptations of it before – at least none that I can remember. I knew it was a renowned and respected novel of the lives of four ..