Tag Archives: John Neville

Little Women

SAVE A PLACE IN YOUR HEART FOR THE UNFORGETTABLE STORY OF THESE LITTLE WOMEN. Gillian Armstrong’s most successful Hollywood project is one of the best adaptations of Louisa May Alcott’s novel, portraying a Massachusetts family of four sisters during and after the Civil War, primarily focusing on Jo (Winona Ryder) who wants to be a … Continue reading Little Women

The Statement

AT THE END OF WORLD WAR II, MANY OF THOSE INVOLVED IN WAR CRIMES WERE PROSECUTED. SOME GOT AWAY. UNTIL NOW.  French WWII criminal Pierre Brossard (Michael Caine) has been on the run since the 1940s, always relying on protection from Catholic Church officials; lately the heat has become almost too much to bear. No … Continue reading The Statement


THE ONLY THING WORSE THAN LOSING YOUR MIND… IS FINDING IT AGAIN. When a mentally disturbed man (Ralph Fiennes) arrives at a London halfway house, he starts remembering what happened to his parents when he was a kid. An unpleasant film from director David Cronenberg, a psychological thriller but not a gory horror movie. We … Continue reading Spider

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen

REMARKABLE. UNBELIEVABLE. IMPOSSIBLE. AND TRUE. An old man interrupts a rowdy theater rendition of baron Munchausen’s life to let the audience know who the real guy was. Do you dare challenge his words? A series of colorful vignettes follow this introduction; they are fast and funny, as the most notorious liar in all literature visits … Continue reading The Adventures of Baron Munchausen