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Writer-director Eran Creevy’s impressive feature film debut, 2008’s Shifty, was a slice of gritty social realism set in a drab London suburb. Follow-up Welcome to the Punch takes place at the heart of the capital and borrows its glossy sheen … Continue reading
Gritty crime thriller The Town, Ben Affleck’s second outing in the director’s chair, is set in the Boston district of Charleston, which is apparently home to more bank and armoured car robbers than any other square mile in the world. … Continue reading
Christopher Nolan pulled off the year’s most daring cinematic coup with his mind-boggling thriller Inception. In a summer when the big studios mostly played safe with remakes, rip-offs and sequels, Nolan somehow managed to make a dazzlingly smart, deeply personal … Continue reading
Out on DVD | Public Enemies – Johnny Depp’s charismatic 1930s outlaw steals Michael Mann’s gangster biopic
Michael Mann has produced some of Hollywood’s finest thrillers of the past couple of decades – just think back to Manhunter and Heat – but his gangster biopic Public Enemies doesn’t find him at the top of his game. The … Continue reading
The Best view | Public Enemies – Johnny Depp gives Depression-era outlaw John Dillinger a dangerous glamour
Michael Mann clearly thinks crooks are cool. Look at the evidence on screen: in film after film he’s drawn to bandits and outlaws, felons and fugitives, hoods and heavies. Like a hopeless recidivist, he just can’t keep away from crime. … Continue reading
It’s been 13 years since Robert De Niro and Al Pacino faced off against each other in that wary, late-night diner encounter in Michael Mann’s Heat. They’re together again on screen in the cop thriller Righteous Kill but the question … Continue reading