Tag Archives: Richard Linklater

August 24

Boyhood – Richard Linklater over 12 years. (Sydney Film Festival 2014 Review)

Boyhood is showing at The Sydney Film Festival 2014 – you can purchase tickets here. ¬† The biggest miracle, and there are many to be had, in Richard Linklater’s epic twelve years in the making two and a half hour long bildungsroman Boyhood, is the understated execution of the project released with minimalism and a […]

July 04

Before Midnight – Three writers and one of the best couples in cinema. (SFF Film Review)

Almost impossibly against the odds, Before Midnight is as good, if not better than its predecessors. ¬†Linklater made the clever move of including Delpy and Hawke in on the collaboration for Before Sunset and this move has provided us with one of the most endearing couples in cinema history. Much has been said about July […]

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 […]

June 24

Dazed and Confused – Richard Linklater and the horrors of teenage life. (Film Review)

If I ever say these were the best years of my life, remind me to kill myself. – Dazed and Confused As far as I can tell we’re pretty much done with teen nostalgia.¬† This is partly due to films like Richard Linklaters Dazed and Confused, overdone now-a-days but important and poignant in its day; […]