Tom Hardy and Shia Lebeouf head this gritty, Prohibition Era tale about the moonshine bootlegging hills of Virginia and how lawmen began to covet the lucrativeness of the other side
A dramatic trek through the hidden, sadistic agenda of Catholic priests in the deep neighborhoods of Boston, and how an exceptional team of writers unveiled the unspoken truth.
As a follow-up to the wildly successful Vol. 1, this sequel falls a bit flat after the hype it contrived.
An extensive analysis into the brilliant writing, cinematographic achievement and other cinematic aspects seen throughout Carol Reed’s film noir magnum opus
A chilling crime-thriller, Tom Ford takes you on a journey of intrigue, passion, and dark secrets kept in the past
Barry Jenkins brings us the masterful story of Chiron in the Miami projects and his unorthodox journey towards self-actualization
The shadows, the femme fatale, the private investigator, the murder. The year is 1946, the end to a very long drought of American cinema in the war-torn Europe. The duration of World War II had left French cinemas without any taste of Hollywood, bringing a 6-year flood of films to replenish thirsty critics. A cinematic phenomenon was born.
Silent film in its hay day; Chaplin in his prime. Here’s a brief review of my thoughts on one of the best films of the silent era.
Film is an art form that is critiqued with such subjectivity that thoughts always differ from person to person. So, what is The Silver Screen Journal all about?