Tag Archives: Jodi Foster

September 30

The Films of David Fincher – Panic Room (Film Review)

Panic Room is the first time we see a genuinely intellectually bereft David Fincher, but it won’t be the last, and it probably is no coincidence that it exists hot on the heels of one of Fincher’s least successful films, which ironically will become one of his most popular. Sandwiched between Fight Club and Zodiac, […]

September 13

Elysium – Neill Blomkamp with a strong point well made. (Film Review)

I wasn’t going to see Elysium until I’d seen District 9, which reportedly is the far superior film, and looks it from the trailer. But my viewing got all screwed up recently and I found myself at the movies with a ticket and Elysium the only film on the bill I hadn’t seen. And so […]

Carnage: Roman Polanski in real time.

I’ve been looking forward to this film. For a while. Besides the fact that i am a (reluctant) Polanski fan – I must say it helped a great deal to see Jodi Foster was willing to be a part of this project – I also have a bit of a soft spot for these one-act […]