Online Screen Editor Jacob Heayes is won over by Noah Baumbach’s relationship parable.
London Film Festival
Online Screen Editor Jacob Heayes finds Rian Johnson’s mystery to be a satisfying, devious joy.
Online Screen Editor Jacob Heayes has nothing but praise for Martin Scorsese’s latest crime epic.
The final film I watched at the festival was a great documentary called My Nazi Legacy. The film follows human rights lawyer Philippe Sands who meets the sons of leading SS figures instrumental in atrocities that killed around three million Polish Jews. The sons, Niklas Frank and Horst von Wächter, create an interesting contrast right […]
One of the more anticipated films of the festival is Stephen Frears’ The Program, the story of Lance Armstrong’s rise to international sporting treasure and fall to maligned public figure due to a career supported by doping. The one thing that struck me about the film was that the press release was rather misleading. It […]
Hold your horses, this film is not a sequel/prequel to Tommy Wiseau’s 2003 ‘dark comedy’ The Room. No, in fact it is the latest from director Lenny Abrahamson, who most recently made one of my favourite films from 2014, Frank. However, if this film had been as monumental a failure as Wiseau’s diabolical masterpiece I […]