Prison is designed to reform its inmates and allow them back into society as an upstanding member, people have debated the efficacy of whether this is true for decades, but to little avail. The Work takes a documentary crew into Folsom Prison to observe a four day therapy session with inmates and people from outside the prison system. The trailers show plenty of various emotions … Continue reading The Work – Brand New Trailer!
Fellini is a fantastically talented writer and director, known for such classics as La Dolce Vita and La Strada. His work has touched many lives, and In Search of Fellini tells the story of one such individual. From the trailers, the story being sold suggests a fairly standard date night style of film. Something that doesn’t offend anyone, and won’t tax your intellect too much. … Continue reading In Search of Fellini – Brand New Trailer!
Curious George is viewed by many as a cultural icon. His books are sold around the world, in many different languages, but very few people know about his creators. The parents that nurtured and raised their idea into what it has become today. Monkey Business: The Adventures of Curious George’s Creators is a documentary that aims to tell that story after receiving its funding on … Continue reading Monkey Business: The Adventures of Curious George’s Creators – Brand New Trailer!
by Ren Zelen The title of the movie may be ‘Raw‘ but one could never accuse Julia Ducournau’s film of being undercooked. It’s a zesty stew of body horror, psychological analysis, social commentary and a uniquely disturbing coming-of-age tale. It’s not to everyone’s taste, but I’m willing to bet that you won’t have sampled anything quite like it. Raw begins as Justine (Garance Marillier) travels … Continue reading Raw – Review
Jim Broadbent is one of our finer actors. In fact, he is such a staple of British cinema that it isn’t technically classed as a Great Britain film. He even narrates roughly 99%* of our adverts when they aren’t being narrated by Sean Bean. Ok, so maybe he isn’t as prolific as we may suspect but, still, the Academy Award winning Broadbent is a wildly … Continue reading The Sense of an Ending – Review