Although it threatens to tip over into twee irritation, Sarah Polley’s TAKE THIS WALTZ never does and the cast delivers a well-acted personal drama, writes Jim Ross.
Those ripples in your water glass – the Cambridge Film Festival is coming. Dinosaurs will stalk the lawns at Felbrigg Hall on September 1st, at the outdoor screening of a monster classic. Jim Ross looks back at Spielberg’s JURASSIC PARK, his first film love.
Although THE BIRD never really takes flight, it’s an involving piece where the heart and emotion lies in what goes unsaid, says Jim Ross
THE FORGIVENESS OF BLOOD is fantastically involving tale about the suppression of youth by ancient traditions, says Jim Ross
Alison Klayman’s documentary is a fascinating and often inspiring portrait of the famous artist and activist, writes Jim Ross
Although quite enjoyable, you’ll be left feeling that JACKPOT is a mish-mash of much better films, writes Jim Ross
SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN continues a great year for the musical documentary, writes Jim Ross
THE HUNTER features some great cinematography, but it just all feels a bit like a rather undramatic stroll in the park says Jim Ross
THE DARK KNIGHT RISES stumbles in places, but draws on the themes of its predecessors in a gratifying way to deliver a spectacular and emotional finale, says Jim Ross
Ahead of THE DARK KNIGHT RISES, Jim Ross takes a look the influence of Christopher Nolan’s MEMENTO – a film that has pervaded his work from INCEPTION to THE DARK KNIGHT