Tag Archives: Tilda Swinton

March 22

A Bigger Splash -What’s below the surface can remain buried. (Film review)

A Bigger Splash The nymphete swanning about her mother or father’s house in bikinis is a creature that never existed except in the minds of unpleasant males who chose to interpret a person before them in the most superficial manner. No teen girl, no matter how she pretends at social courage is confidently seducing much older […]

June 01

Only Lovers Left Alive – Jim Jarmusch and the dark Eden. (Film Review)

  Jim Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alive, a film that is so pathologically cool it practically argues for it as a brand of aestheticism, is the current manifestation of Jarmusch’s ongoing relationship between his artistic self (The Artist) and his heritage as an American, which he claims to be made up of a collection of […]

SFF: Moonrise Kingdom – Wes Anderson and the fun of films

Moonrise Kingdom is Wes Anderson back in form  – we’ve all seen enough of his films now to know if we love them or hate them – and for me this is one of his better ones. I had a lovely, easy, pleasant time with this film.  Feel good that actually makes me feel good […]