Criss Cross is a tight, economically told thriller that still packs a punch.
Not as snappy as Wilder’s later comedies but full of warmth and the sheer presence of Dietrich makes this a must-see.
Masters of Cinema: Throw Down is out now on Eureka Entertainment, and it’s one of To’s most heartfelt films.
Derivative and unfortunately not one of Corbucci’s best…
Expertly made & beautifully shot, this has a charm that you just can’t ignore…
Despite a few flaws, this is well written, stunningly shot with a beautifully observed performance at its centre.
Very well created with its own unique charm but ultimately the whimsical tone doesn’t quite gel with more sinister moments.
A superb collection, Keaton was truly an all-rounder and these films are the perfect showcase for his talents.
It must be a unique challenge adapting a successful play into a successful film. I don’t mean Shakespeare, which lend themselves well to broad, sweeping epics (Akira Kurosawa, Orson Welles and Julie Taymor have made brilliantly cinematic versions of his plays) but rather the low key, intimate dramas that are more concerned with performance. When …
The most fun you’ll have with a film, complete with a a witty script and a winning lead performance from Daniel Craig!