Le Mans ’66 – Review

I have never understood the appeal of Le Mans, the world’s oldest endurance car race. First held in 1923 at the Sarthe road racing circuit just outside the titular French town, it entails groups of drivers (nowadays a minimum of three per team) taking it in turns to drive the same car round a circuit for twenty-four hours. The course is 8.5 miles long, or … Continue reading Le Mans ’66 – Review

Hostiles – Brand New Trailer!

Am I going crazy, or does it feel like we never see Christian Bale anymore? He did that Terrence Malick film Knight of Cups, where he has to suffer the terrible existential dread of beautiful women wanting to sleep with him, and he did that movie with Oscar Isaac that was in cinemas for all of two minutes. Even with an Oscar nomination just last … Continue reading Hostiles – Brand New Trailer!

Knight of Cups – Brand New Trailer and Cups

Terrence Malick is a director who seems to polarise audiences. On the one hand, he can craft these amazingly artistic and wrought movies. On the other hand, he can be pretentious and, sometimes, quite dull. He doesn’t appeal to a broad audience, and he doesn’t have to, but his latest adventure Knight of Cups looks to be his most polarising work yet! Starring Christian Bale, … Continue reading Knight of Cups – Brand New Trailer and Cups