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.