Month: August 2013

Behind The Candelabra (2013)

Dir.:Steven Soderbergh Liberace (pronounced Liber-acchi) was a gifted pianist and vocalist with a larger than life persona and a talent for grandstanding. During the 1950s–1970s he was the highest-paid entertainer in the world.He was also gay and deceitfully secretive about… Read More ›

Jobs (2013)

Dir.:Joshua Michael Stern If he could, he would turn in his grave.If he could, he would call it as utterly tasteless as a Microsoft product.If he could, he would have redesigned the fonts of the credits, for starters.And once he… Read More ›

Only God Forgives (2013)

Dir.:Nicolas Winding Refn This film created an uproar at Cannes.While some gave it a standing ovation it was booed by many others.Quite unevean praise for a director who won top direction award there for his film Drive previously.Only God Forgives… Read More ›

Elysium (2013)

Dir.:Niel Blomkamp Elysium looks like a pretty straight forward action sci fi caper in which Matt “Jason Bourne” Damon realizes the dream of an egalitarian society, fitted out in an exo-skeleton.But hold on, why did I think I was watching… Read More ›