Hook: Movie Review

I know, I know. Being this a Steven Spielberg project, I shouldn’t write anything about Hook, his 1991 film starring Robin Williams and Dustin Hoffman. For sure there are multiple hidden meanings that I didn’t understand and various intelligent metacinematographic ideas that I missed. But since I recently rewatched it and it didn’t particularly impress … More Hook: Movie Review

Krull: Movie Review

I recognized the touch of James Horner from the beginning of the opening title sequence. I love his soundtracks and this is certainly a big plus for Krull! Actually, when I finished watching the movie I was thinking that music is probably the best thing about it: it’s really epic, although perhaps a little too … More Krull: Movie Review

Rashomon: Movie Review

Rashomon is a film directed by Akira Kurosawa which was released in 1950 and was awarded in a multitude of western film festivals, so much so that the film is considered to have single-handedly projected Japanese cinema on the international market. Rashomon is epic to say the least and it’s very modern. It had, and … More Rashomon: Movie Review