Movie Review: Youth (2015)

Over the course of his relatively short feature film career, Italian filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino has done his part in revitalizing┬áthe lost art of experimentally thought-provoking and amorously lush cinema that defined the olden European greats. As a devotee to both the surrealism of Federico Fellini and to the romanticism of Bernardo Bertolluci, Sorrentino creates lyrical … Continue reading

Movie Review: Interstellar (2014)- Christopher Nolan’s Self-Indulgent Visual Extravagance Can’t Save an Interminable and Familiar Narrative

It seems fitting that director Christopher Nolan, a filmmaker obsessed with the more cerebral slanting elements of film, would ambitiously attempt to tackle the vastness of our Universe and its infinitely changing properties because in most of his original pieces of film he has already bent time (Memento), manipulated space (The Prestige), and created new … Continue reading