October 2011 archives

55th London Film Festival Roundup

55th London Film Festival Roundup

Another year another London Film Festival. A look back at some of this year's festival highs and lows.

2 Comments | Read

The Ides of March review

The Ides of March

Lacking the depth of some American political dramas, a talented cast lift George Clooney's latest to an eminently watchable level.

3 / 5 | Read

London Film Festival Previews, Pt. 3

London Film Festival Previews, Pt. 3

With a mere handful of days left of the London Film Festival, a glimpse at The Awakening, Footnote, We Have a Pope, and This Must Be The Place.

Read

We Need to Talk About Kevin review

We Need to Talk About Kevin

A powerful script boldly directed with an exceptional performance from Tilda Swinton.

5 / 5 | Read

London Film Festival Previews, Pt. 2

London Film Festival Previews, Pt. 2

Another quick peek at some films coming to the London Film Festival: Wild Bill, Junkhearts, Take Shelter, and King Curling.

Read

Midnight in Paris review

Midnight in Paris

"A return to form", certainly his best form, is pushing it, but a fun, funny effort from Woody Allen.

3 / 5 | Read

London Film Festival Previews, Pt. 1

London Film Festival Previews, Pt. 1

As the London Film Festival kicks off, a quick look at Like Crazy, Black Power Mixtape, Dark Horse, and Las Acacias.

Read

Tyrannosaur review

Tyrannosaur

A draining film deftly directed with a wonderfully surprising performance from Olivia Colman.

4 / 5 | Read

Melancholia review

Melancholia

Kirsten Dunst is the cherry on top of Lars von Trier's visually impressive psy-sci-fi.

4 / 5 | Read