Episode 4 of Gangs of London ended on a heck of a cliffhanger, with Elliot bleeding out on the Wallaces’ dining table, while an assassin embedded in the wait staff (Laura Sofia Bach) almost succeeds in gunning down Sean in his own home.
In many ways, I’m the ideal viewer for X-Men: First Class.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle is demonstrably worse than Kingsman: The Secret Service, but there’s no single reason why.
There are plenty of directors that grow whose work grows in resonance with each release.
Something that tends to get buried in the discussions I’ve heard around Gangs of London is that it’s a videogame adaptation.
I have some ambivalence towards Under the Skin, Jonathan Glazer’s third film.
Kick-Ass isn’t really one movie.
American Fiction, the debut film by Cord Jefferson, fills in one of my favorite niches, one that could always use more films
Stardust is a rare breed: A standalone, high-budget, live-action fairytale unaffiliated with any franchise or extended universe.
Matthew Vaughn rode the post-Tarantino tsunami of indie crime cinema, and has leveraged it into a very industrious Hollywood career.