Tag Archives: films

April 27

The Other Woman – Critical analysis out of step with contemporary thinking. (Film Review)

I wasn’t going to review this film, or watch it, but this weekend it outsold Captain America against all expectations in the States, and I felt the financial gesture of the female public was too strong for a (sometimes) feminist perspective film reviewer to skip, particularly given Cate Blanchette’s appeal for a round earth perspective on […]

June 24

A Scanner Darkly – Richard Linklater and the separation of left and right brain. (film review)

A Scanner Darkly is easily one of Linklaters best films, and one of the best science fiction films I’ve ever seen. I haven’t read any Phillip K Dick novels or short stories, but according to my reading around, A Scanner Darkly was what he considered to be his best and the work his had been […]

Top ten Films Blog-a-thon

So the great blog Top ten Films is having a blog-a-thon. The deal is, you have a magic ticket and you can hop into any film you want to grab a ride on. Once you have these choices available, how would you answer the following questions: 1. What character would I most like to be sat […]