Film critic Ben Hynes claims Nicholas Ray’s ‘Bigger Than Life’ is “less a celebration of the ability of the individual to overcome addiction than a witheringly subtle jab at the fantasy of normality”.
Oh hey there! Here’s another thing I wrote that’s posted on The Missing Slate. This review’s of Nic Ray’s
Bigger Than Life.
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Film critic Ben Hynes on how ‘The Lego Movie’ functions as a “devious piece of propaganda for neoliberal capitalism.”
The Missing Slate have been kind enough to publish my critique of THE LEGO MOVIE in their film section. Generous and tolerant folk, those.
::: Toni Braxton - You’re Makin’ Me High :::
Basically the sound of young me slamming into late puberty.
In anticipation of its upcoming DVD release, film critic Ben Hynes delves deeper into the allegorical implications of Jonathan Glazer’s ‘Under the Skin’
I was invited by the fine folks at The Missing Slate to contribute to their film section. My first piece there is a polished up version of my review of Jonathan Glazer’s UNDER THE SKIN.
Click through the photo for my critique of THE LEGO MOVIE in which I lean pretty heavily on Jodi Dean and say “neoliberalism” way too much.
::: Angelo Badalamenti - The Voice of Love :::
Click through the photo for a piece I wrote about Jonathan Glazer’s UNDER THE SKIN.