Columbus Circle is the kind of film that doesn’t come along very often; at least, not any more. The lack of quick-cuts, indecipherable fights, automatic weapons, gore, super-powers, nudity, or gratingly up-to-date soundtrack mark this out as a film with one foot comfortably in the past.
Having started out making films for (what would become) American International Pictures in the Fities, Roger Corman went on to produce around 400 pictures, kick-starting many a superstar career, and creating some of the most enduring ‘cult’ favourites, along the way. And he isn’t finished yet.
I would like to state from the outset that I requested this assignment because I find Jesse Eisenberg both visually and ethically unsound
If, like me, you are a child of the eighties, or if you have ever pointed your greedy eyes at a television late on a Christmas Eve’ning, you will most likely have seen the following movies: the Chevy Chase laugh-o-rama that is ‘Fletch’; 80’s pet-fest, ‘Gremlins’; and the unparalleled masterpiece, ‘Die Hard’. These films are […]
This film is also known as Mil Gritos Tiene la Noche, which is interesting for several reasons, which we can talk about right now if you like.