Cannes 2013: Only Lovers Left Alive Review

Only Lovers Left Alive, Jarmusch’s new film that recently premiered to great acclaim at Cannes 2013, is no exception to this rule. The film is a dazzling, mood-inflected work that fits snugly within Jarmusch’s oeuvre and brings a welcome fresh take onto a thematic that has been done to death (no pun intended) over the last decade.

Marvel’s Avengers Assemble Review

The fear for a film that brings together so many well-known characters is that the sum of them all does not add to the greatness but creates an entertainment implosion. After accepting that this movie has one o... Read More...

The Deep Blue Sea Review

Besides an early aside involving an impossibly insensitive mother-in-law, there are few laughs in Terence Davies's adaptation of Terence Rattigan's 1952 play The Deep Blue Sea, a deeply felt, sobering film that... Read More...