Lost somewhere in the rolling hills of Tennessee, David R Perry can occasionally be found doing dark, unspeakable things to words. Printed words, spoken words, electronically mangled words... really any kind but twittered words.
As a documentary, its immediacy is engaging and impressive. And as a posthumous biography, it's also a bit sobering.
Wherein we find Holmes and Watson once again traipsing around Europe, flicking cigarettes and opening some slow-motion cans of whoopass.
Bergman delivers a gently devastating contrast between the spontaneity of youthful romance and the commitment required for a lasting relationship.
Certified Copy is an engrossing, if disjointed, experience that makes a deeper impression in retrospect than on first viewing,
Sherlock embodies supurbly crafted mysteries, is given first-rate performances, and now has the mother of all cliffhangers to resolve.
A commanding performance from Harrelson, as well as some striking visual direction, make this a character study worth seeking out.
This is dated, unfocused, silly junk food. And I mean that in the best possible way.
The film's look has aged well, but the story and humor are more suited to those who are particularly nostalgic.
Frozen Planet has a wonderful balance of entertainment and educational structure, and contains some of BBC Earth's most exquisite photography.
A thoughtful spy film, but only for those with the patience for its glacial development and need for multiple viewings.