Tag Archives: J. C. Chandor

February 25

A Most Violent Year – First you get the money, then you get the power, then you have a film. (Film Review)

J.C. Chandor excels at pinpointing and extending the single crucial moment that makes or breaks a psyche into powerhouse suspense film that evolves into very contemporary morality tales revolving aroundĀ a chickenĀ coming home to roost, rather than chance or the turn of a fateful card. IHowever, in each of his three films, there remains the crucial […]