Ok, so here’s a thing. Darren Aranofsky has made another movie, and it’s one that’ll divide people, that’s for sure. I mean, let’s be honest, this should come as no surprise to us. For anyone that’s seen his past work, he hardly pulls punches when it comes to provocative imagery, challenging subject matter and intensely troubled characters. Requiem for a Dream anyone? Black Swan? Noah? … Continue reading Is ‘mother!’ Aranofsky and Lawrence’s best work?
Fully-formed with mandibles. (Or maybe that’s tentacles or tendrils?) With barnacles protruding from its follicles. It came from beneath the sea. It bared its teeth as it left the ocean, jagged and green. No longer would it have to fight off Sting Ray. But come what may, land beckoned. And it reckoned it was high time to leave the salty brine of its old life … Continue reading It came from beneath the sea
Reese Witherspoon is due a good performance. The last time she gave one, let’s be honest, was as June Carter in Walk The Line in 2005. Since then she’s been coasting a little with below par rom-coms and the like. However that’s water under the bridge now, or snow down the mountain, whatever wilderness phrase you care to use; for with Wild she gives a … Continue reading Wild: Witherspoon’s epic journey of discovery