Explores the early relationship between the renowned psychiatrist and his patient, a young FBI criminal profiler, who is haunted by his ability to empathize with serial killers
An unapologetic dark comedy of a New York writer living a hedonistic Los Angeles lifestyle of meaningless sex and substance abuse having sold his work and soul to the machine that is Hollywood.
Based on the 2007 young adult novel, ’Thirteen Reasons Why” has its heart in the right place, but fails to achieve the emotional impact it rightly deserves.
Director Chan Wook Park adds to his growing collection of graphic and provocative cinema. This time around he seems to let violence take a backseat to sexuality and what results is a stunningly contemporary and classical period film. It’s a thought provoking study on the nature of uninhibited carnal desires and unlike his previous works, both tone and narrative style is quite Japanese in nature.
As the name suggests, this documentary takes a look at the lives of performers after they have quit the business.
More a detailed biopic of Ray Kroc and how McDonald’s became a billion dollar global food empire than the actual founders who masterminded the whole revolutionary speedy system.
Overall, ’Forks Over Knives’ is a better-than-average documentary film but its message is so imperative that this should be compulsory viewing for everyone.
Hailed as one of the first big-budget films to address the AIDS virus, ‘Philadelphia’ relies on its top-notch cast to chart a course through difficult themes.