Martel’s adaptation of the Argentine novel is David Lynch meets Samuel Beckett.
When I was 13, the awful “Mini-Me” hit our screens. When I was 31, I learned of Benjamin Lay.
It is unfortunate that nothing Maxine Peake’s stand-up comic says, either on or off stage, is remotely amusing.
The film, which tells the tale of two adventurers separated by half a century, falls to pieces in its second half.
Seeing new characters trespassing all over the footage means the new world of VR still looks suspiciously like same old, same old.
The typical movie vigilante shares traits with the Trump voter: a white, middle-aged, middle-class male who regards himself as endangered.
Punk’s inability to contain women, and their subsequent erasure, has been part of its hegemonic celebration by guys of a certain vintage.
A movie rich in diversity fails to match it in terms of imagination.
Steven Spielberg attended, with an acceptance speech applauding #TimesUp and celebrating the magic of the movie theatre.
Inspired by the leaked “Protect and Survive” films, in 1984 a BBC team set out to create a relentlessly accurate vision of an atomic bomb landing on Sheffield. Here’s how they did it.
Each thread and simian guest star shows how little distance there is between the civilised and the primitive.