The images of Katniss running forever through the film with both peer killers and reality show sponsors breathing down her neck in a future decade reflect life today. Among peer pressure, bullying, discrimination and competition for good schools and jobs, life is an inordinate war.
'Torn Curtain' was released in 1966 to generally unfavourable reviews. Yet this Alfred Hitchcock movie contains some classic set pieces and is, I believe, one of the most underrated of all his works
Christopher Nolan's films often pursue not just visually striking effects, but also intellectually challenging subject matter. In "The Prestige," Nolan ponders the idea of identity and consciousness.
Chapter 8: This is a very dark subject matter. A run of the mill Narcissist crosses the line to murder, killing the very ones who love him. Dark secrets. All Narcissists have them. What are his?
In 2004, Johnny Depp starred in this Stephen King/David Koepp collaboration. Those three names alone on a poster should guarantee a cinematic home-run. Is it the case ? Read on !
The Village is a misunderstood yet finely crafted film. My initial reaction to it was "Who da' thunk Shyamalan had it in him?"
"Pull yourself together Teddy..." **CAUTION -- THIS ANALYSIS CONTAINS SPOILERS** From the very opening sequence, filled with a loud, thunderous score, we are given the immediate notion that something is awry. We follow through a sequence...
The Movie Blackfly isn't well-known or popular, but it's a good movie.
Hollywood has produced some great thrillers over the years.I'm compiling some such movies that will bring down the safe world you have built around yourself by revealing unending possibilities.
A Hitchcock thriller set almost entirely in just one apartment room, with bored, incapacitated James Stewart idly watching his neighbours through the rear window. It's innocuous enough - until he begins to suspect one neighbour just may be a murderer