Noir-vember continues with offerings from a pair of visionary filmmakers, Michael Mann’s Thief and Orson Welles’ The Lady From Shanghai.… Read More Episode 166: Thief and The Lady From Shanghai
Welcome to Project 77, a series in which we will examine some of our favorite films by breaking them down and analyzing what we see every 77 seconds on screen. First up, Jean-Pierre Melville’s 1967 French Noir Masterpiece, Le Samourai. Le Samourai: 00:05:08 I love to see the mechanics of a job, it’s one… Read More Project 77: Le Samourai – 00:05:08
The Cinematic Equivalent Of An Adult Coloring Book might sound a bit harsh, but when you take a step back and look at Edgar Wright’s latest offering, Baby Driver, you’ll see it fits. The framework is there for something nice, and the mechanics are familiar and comforting, but the end product is artificial and only something… Read More Am I Just a Dick or Was Baby Driver a Dud?