Posts by Lorien Haynes

The Soloist

By Lorien Haynes

A big budget production sees director Joe Wright losing the reins on a film with some truly dire metaphorical moments.

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(500) Days of Summer

By Lorien Haynes

Marc Webb’s debut feature is a step in genre and gender development that will be referenced for years to come.

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The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

By Lorien Haynes

Andrew Dominik’s epic retelling of the Jesse James saga dares you to invest in its hero.

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Michael Clayton

By Lorien Haynes

Michael Clayton, the new one from director Tony Gilroy, is so grey it leaves a metallic taste in the mouth.

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Atonement

By Lorien Haynes

Joe Wright’s World War Two weepie is a near masterpiece that only lacks the substance of great performances.

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