25 “Must-See” Biographical Films

In no particular order:

1.  Schindler’s List (1993)

2. The Aviator (2004)

3. Elizabeth (1998)

4. Gandhi (1982)

5. Milk (2008)  Read more of this post

“Rosemary’s Baby” Review

Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

Adapted from a novel by Ira Levin and directed by Roman Polanski, ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ is a psychological horror movie which can now be regarded as a cult classic of the horror genre. The centre of the story is a young couple – Guy and Rosemary Woodhouse (John Cassavetes and Mia Farrow). After the couple’s move to Bramford, a gothic complex of apartment buildings in New York, strange occurrences begin to take place, and their elderly neighbours’ friendliness becomes too suspicious. When Rosemary gets pregnant, suspicions about people around her start to escalate, and the final question becomes: what is the truth here, and what is just a figment of her imagination?

Read more of this post

“Carnage” Review

Carnage (2011)

  Directed by Roman Polanski and based on a hit play ‘The God of Carnage’ by Yasmina Reza, ‘Carnage’ is a drama comedy about two couples who gather in an apartment to discuss and settle their sons’ playground brawl. Although the cast is great in this film, and the film has funny moments, unfortunately, ‘Carnage’ still suffers from some major flaws, and one of them is the inability to capture the humour and wit of a theatrical play.

Read more of this post

ming movie reviews

in about 100 words or less

Film and TV 101

with Kira Comerford

The Movie Nerd Strikes Back

Impressive. Most impressive.

The Immortal Jukebox

A Blog about Music and Popular Culture

Reel Infatuation

Reel Stars*Reel Crushes

Raistlin0903

Michels Book/Boardgame/Movie review Blog

CineSocialUK

Up to the minute, fair, balanced, informed film reviews.