It’s okay to blink, you won’t miss a thing
Breakneck speeds, relentless ferocity and uncompromising personalities. Formula One is almost born for the big screen, yet with only Senna and arguably Driven to its name, the motor sport remains an unexplored avenue within the film industry. Coming off the back of Asif Kapadia’s multi-award winning 2010 documentary and the sport’s growing popularity Ron Howard marks his 22nd directorial appearance with the first true F1 feature film, Rush.
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Having earned them a colossal amount of money with The Dark Knight, Warner Bros rewarded Christopher Nolan with the finances to create an entirely original film.
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Forget Act of Valour
Ridley Scott described the film as ‘anti-war, but pro-military’ and that is certainly true. Continue reading Black Hawk Down Review
You spat in the faces of Gotham’s worse criminals. Didn’t you think there might be some casualties? Things were always going to get worse before they got better.
When coming into the Batman franchise Christopher Nolan set out to take a unique approach. From the secret funding for military weapons to the science behind the surreal elements, the British filmmaker’s interpretation has remained firmly grounded in realism. While each film before it hurried past the subject, the standout element of Nolan’s trilogy is that his films focus on Bruce Wayne, and with Bale they found an ideal balance for the character. Continue reading The Dark Knight Rises Review