Posts by Nathanael Smith

Why The Darjeeling Limited is Wes Anderson’s best film

By Nathanael Smith

Ten years ago, the director dropped his most profound meditation on life’s journey.

Footprints of a god: Princess Mononoke 20 years on

By Nathanael Smith

The ecological message at the heart of Hayao Miyazaki’s 1997 film feels even more urgent today.

In defence of Rollerball – the capitalist satire come good

By Nathanael Smith

John McTiernan’s maligned 2002 remake is one of the sharper anti-capitalist films of modern times.

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