January 4, 2008

In some respects, Danny Boyle is Britain’s answer to Steven Soderbergh – a filmmaker who moves effortlessly from independent to studio films and works in a variety of genres: gritty drug drama (Trainspotting), kids film (Millions) and edgy horror... 

Red Eye

February 10, 2006

Wes Craven’s 20th film as a director is a calculated attempt to move away from his usual slasher fare and produce a real-time, psychological thriller. Red Eye is perfectly perfunctory featuring some above average performances but, ultimately, absurd... 

Batman Begins

February 4, 2006

The fact that it took eight years for a new Batman film to be released illustrates how freaked out the studio was over the commercial and critical failure of Batman and Robin (1997). Warner Brothers gave the franchise a much needed rest while they quietly...