Genre: Drama/ Suspense
Director: Alain Corneau
TRASH CINEMA RECOMMENDED MOVIE
As surely everyone but the dullest bulb knows by now, the 1% of the richest people in the world have bought the world’s governments and use them to further solidify their power and wealth.
Part of the strategy of the wealthy is to influence education so […]
God bless Paul Verhoeven. (That sentiment would probably amuse the director, who has made a point throughout his career about pointing out the discrepancy between Christianity’s actions and the teachings of Jesus.)
The world is full of hacks trying to second guess the filmgoing audience’s taste. For a true artist, this of course is agony, but […]
Steven Spielberg is possibly the most technically masterful director of all time, but unfortunately, as his public acclaim has increased, the quality of his pictures has continued to diminish to the point that he can now only be described as a glorified hack.
Spielberg started out in episodic television, directing episodes of Night Gallery, Columbo and Marcus […]
One of the greatest Hong Kong directors of the late 80s and early 90s, Ringo Lam has had a very bumpy career commercially, both in Hong Kong and the United States, especially compared with his colleagues John Woo and Tsui Hark.
Lam is known for his dark, gritty, realistic (at least for Hong Kong) films, many […]