Tag Archives: Terence Stamp

Top 10 of 1999

20 years ago, Hollywood had a great 12 months. Maybe it was pre-millennial tension, or just a confluence of great talent and risk-taking producers and studios, but it was a moment that wasn't to be repeated in the years following. I enjoy putting together lists of the best films from years gone by, and the… Read More

The Films of Steven Soderbergh

One of the biggest disappointments of 2013 (so far) is what appears to be Steven Soderbergh's (seemingly) serious intent to retire from directing movies. Soderbergh is consistently one of the most interesting American filmmakers. He's not often the screenwriter of his projects, but he's certainly an auteur in every other way I can think of.… Read More

The Adjustment Bureau review

Written and directed by George Nolfiadapted from a Philip K. Dick short story Adjustment TeamWhy am I such a sucker for a fantasy so surely set in the real world?I wish I knew. Just superstitious, I suppose. So long as the internal logic makes sense to me, I'll run with the most outre magical realism.… Read More