My Take on “The Constant Gardener”

The Constant Gardener tells a somewhat conventional story about a man who tries to track down the people who murdered his wife and uncovers some dirty secrets about the pharmaceutical industry along the way. What could have easily been a ho-hum kind of movie, in the hands of Fernando Meirelles, the director of City of God — it shines. César Charlone, the director of photography, and Claire Simpson, the editor,

“The Hurt Locker” Review

Watching The Hurt Locker is a nervous experience. It’s about an American explosive ordnance disposal team in Iraq. They defuse bombs. Big ones. That’s bad enough. But half the time they don’t know if the bomb has a timer; if one of the civilian spectators in the neighbourhood has a remote to set off the bomb; if a sniper is going to shoot at them; if some extremist is going

Comments on “In Bruges”

Anyone see In Bruges? What do you think of it? I saw it last night and it’s not what I expected. It’s about hired killers who are told to hide out in a nowhere town in Belgium after a hit goes bad. It didn’t grab me at first because I was annoyed by the presence Colin Farrell. But I got more into it as it went on, and by the