Mathieu Amalric

Movie Review: My Golden Days (2015)

A poignant love story, Arnaud Desplechin’s (“Jimmy P.”) My Golden Days (Trois souvenirs de ma jeunesse) is filled with warmth and humor and delivered with a lively and playful touch in the Desplechin style: The use of voice-overs, split screens, the iris-effect, and characters looking and speaking directly into the camera. Challenging us with numerous…

Movie Trailer: Cosmopolis (2012)

En route to getting a haircut in his seductive stretch limo, a young playboy billionaire witnesses his life get threatened, his personal worth precipitously drop after a risky bet and all sorts of anarchistic demonstrations in the streets. If you ask me, that’s just New York City. For David Cronenberg there’s a thread connecting it…

Movie Review: Mesrine: Public Enemy #1 (2008)

So I assume that you’ve all seen Mesrine: Killer Instinct and are now anxious to see the conclusion to the series. Luckily, you are not to be disappointed as Mesrine: Public Enemy #1 delivers the same captivating storytelling, magnetic performances, and ace dialog that its predecessor sported. It does, however, lose a bit of focus…

Movie Review: Quantum of Solace (2008)

A rejuvenated James Bond is back for his 22nd feature film: Quantum of Solace. Building upon the blocks laid down in 2006’s Casino Royale, this movie further “evolves” the Bond experience — presenting itself strictly as a kick-ass, take no prisoners action movie, leaving in the dust the nuances that set 007 apart from being…

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