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With its story of a scrappy teenage boy aiding a fugitive on the Mississippi River, writer-director Jeff Nichols’ beguiling coming-of-age adventure Mud can’t help but evoke that great American classic Huckleberry Finn. The setting, though, is the present-day Arkansas Delta … Continue reading
Film review | To the Wonder – Magic is missing from Affleck & Kurylenko’s love, and from Malick’s film
You used to wait decades for a Terrence Malick film. Now two come along almost at once. Less than two years after his 2011 Palme d’Or winner Tree of Life, the notoriously reclusive director has produced a new work, To … Continue reading
Let Movie Talk take you by the arm and lead you down the red carpet, familiarising you with the nominees along the way… Best Director Michel Hazanavicius – The Artist If you can see this, then you might need a … Continue reading
Who’s going to make the biggest noise at this year’s Oscars? Will silence prove golden for hot favourite The Artist? Will The Help clean up? Or will The Descendants inherit all the glory? With the clock ticking down to Sunday … Continue reading
The 2012 Oscars nominations have just been announced and, as usual, following the Golden Globes and plenty of speculation, there aren’t that many surprises. Here are the main category nominees: Best Picture The Artist War Horse The Descendants Midnight in … Continue reading
Terrence Malick’s Cannes film festival Palme d’Or winner is a work that has some viewers swooning in rapture yet leaves others baffled and bored. It looks fabulous, full of luminous and lyrical images, but the plot and meaning are tricky … Continue reading
Terrence Malick’s 1973 classic Badlands is showing at BFI Southbank tonight in a special screening in tribute to former NFT and London Film Festival programmer Ken Wlaschin, who died last year. Malick’s film is an apt choice to honour Wlaschin, … Continue reading