Alpha is a beautifully crafted survival movie that puts a focus on mood and visuals. It’s spellbinding and easily the best blockbuster of the summer.
Voyage of Time review – an alluring and picture perfect tale of our universe
Voyage of Time is something between poetry and documentary. It’s a thought provoking and gorgeous interpretation of the story of our universe.
After the Storm – Czech premiere of latest Hirokazu Koreeda film
Be2Can Distribution presents an English friendly screening of After the Storm, the new film from Japanese director Hirokazu Koreeda, which will premiere in Prague’s Kino Svetozor on Thursday September 7.
Dunkirk review – a masterful exercise in tension and beauty
After a long and gruelling wait, Christopher Nolan’s war epic Dunkirk has finally landed, and it’s a remarkable achievement not only in its genre, but an achievement in modern cinema.
Personal Shopper review – moody fashion thriller with the occasional spectre
Personal Shopper is an interesting trip into the high-end fashion world and the spoilt brats that inhabit it. An otherwise overused cliche that’s been given a refreshing, albeit sometimes strange subplot involving a ghost.
In photos: The neo-noir look of Lost Highway
Lost Highway celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, so I thought it more than appropriate to give it some well deserved recognition. It’s one of Lynch’s more controversial and confusing works. A totally unconventional but circular narrative that accentuates the dark, and the even darker. A human psyche at the point of fracture, forever mesmerised by those iconic yellow lines with the faint wailing of David Bowie and that primordial sounding synthesizer.