Posts by Jonathan Crocker

Man of Steel

By Jonathan Crocker

Zack Snyder aspires to something greater with this maxed-out comic book epic, but lays it on a little too thick.

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Django Unchained

By Jonathan Crocker

Hate, murder and revenge as Quentin Tarantino goes west. Well, south.

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The Book of Kristen

By Jonathan Crocker

Kristen Stewart is the most-talked about actress in Hollywood. So isn’t it about time we just shut up and listened?

Melancholia

By Jonathan Crocker

There’s something powerful here, but von Trier hasn’t quite managed to force it through the screen.

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Mother

By Jonathan Crocker

Bong Joon-ho’s new movie is an elusive genre hyphenate: horror-comedy-mystery-thriller.

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Thirst

By Jonathan Crocker

It’s got problems, sure. But once again, Park delivers something dark, witty and original.

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Antichrist

By Jonathan Crocker

Antichrist confirms Lars von Trier as the mad master-imp of world cinema.

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Star Trek

By Jonathan Crocker

JJ Abrams’ franchise reboot is the most purely enjoyable blockbuster of the summer.

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Watchmen

By Jonathan Crocker

A big-screen version of Alan Moore’s seminal graphic novel has finally arrived, but was it worth the wait?

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Vicky Cristina Barcelona

By Jonathan Crocker

Woody Allen serves up a sizzling romantic drama with three seductive central performances.

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