Tag Archives: Anya Taylor-Joy

#FIN2020 Review — Radioactive

Directed by Marjane Satrapi |  Written by Jack Thorne, adapting a book by Lauren Redniss | 109 min I don’t know what it is about biopics. I’m always attracted to them, but almost never satisfied by the experience. It's a genre that reveals celebrated, fascinating personalities but tends to conventional, predictable storytelling. The good news… Read More

New On Canadian Netflix: June/July 2017

Here are a cross-section of a number of mildly-to- solidly recommended films recently made available on Canadian Netflix. (You can click on the movie titles to read my original reviews where I’ve written them in the past.) *One note: In May I recommended Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, a film when I first saw it back… Read More