Once Upon a Time In Hollywood is a film made with exceptional craft and a deep sense of passion. It's a surprisingly mournful film one minute and a characteristically silly film the next, juggling a dozen different emotions, subjects, and themes... and almost catching them all.
Fred Schepisi’s first feature film The Devils Playground has just been re-released courtesy of Artsploitation films. The Australian director would go on to direct cult comedy Roxanne and Last Orders starring Michael Caine, but long before all that Schepisi made a quiet and thoughtful film in his home country: a semi-autobiographical coming-of-age story about the sexual repression of […]
The bodywork of the Fast & Furious franchise gets souped up to the max in the audaciously action-packed Hobbs & Shaw, but there's still plenty of work to be done under the hood if these spin-offs are to speed ahead of their maker.