I want to rub this trailer all over me – Only God Forgives

I am not ashamed to admit I saw Drive in the theatre three times. You could say I’m pretty excited about Only God Forgives.    Read More

Crazy Stupid Love on Blu-ray

Crazy Stupid Love came out in theatres nearly a year ago. I’m usually one to avoid romantic comedies at all costs. Unless, somehow I’m coerced into it on some date, or in a group setting where I can’t politely excuse myself to leave and gauge my eyes out instead. Which is what I’d rather do.  Yes, this even goes for those that received excellent reviews, just like Crazy Stupid Love. However, I’m really into Julianne... Read More

Revisiting Drive

As I left the theatre with a group of friends after seeing Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive, I was asked if I liked it.  I said that I did, that I’m usually okay when a bit of substance is sacrificed in the name of style. Past examples of this exception include 300 (but only briefly), and Tarsem’s The Fall, although Drive is a far better film than either of these.  While I didn’t immediately put my thoughts about the film... Read More

Red Band Trailer for Nicolas Refn’s Drive

One of the more surprising films to have made a name for itself at this year’s Cannes Film Festival is Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive, starring Ryan Gosling, Bryan Cranston and Carey Mulligan. The film even won him the festival’s Best Director Award. Gosling plays a man who’s a Hollywood stunt car driver by day, and a getaway car driver for hire by night. His involvement with a pretty neighbor woman (Mulligan) gets him thrown... Read More