THE IRISHMAN – LFF 2019 REVIEW

With his latest grandiose crime epic THE IRISHMAN, Martin Scorsese essentially reminisces his past works, in a collaborative effort that blends together the untamed nature of Goodfellas, the hard-hitting tone of The Departed, the moody reflection of Taxi Driver and the deeply meditative slow-burn of Silence, to celebrate the master of cinema’s vastly diverse and […]

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THE KING – LFF 2019 REVIEW

A bowl cut (exhibited by Timothée in The King) is specific to the person who wears it; not being a suitable fit for everyone. So is David Michôd’s The King, a film that feels like it’s an experience only some would particularly enjoy. Based on several plays from William Shakespeare’s “Henriad”, The King recounts the […]

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