Sicario is directed with a superb certainty by Denis Villeneuve with an original eye to the placement of the human body within both the frame and the physical spaces examined by the camera. 1,633 more words
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Denis Villeneuve’s critically acclaimed 2015 thriller stars Emily Blunt as FBI agent Kate Macer who joins a special task force, headed by the charismatic Matt Graver (Josh Brolin) and the mysterious Alejandro (Benicio Del Toro), working to find an influential Cartel leader and to put an end to the increasing hostilities along the US/Mexico border. 568 more words
The reputation of Sin City has taken a bit of a beating in recent years, with the much-criticised sequel (which I personally didn’t think was all that bad) and the overall improvement in digital filmmaking giving the original, decade-old film a dated feel. 90 more words
Che (2008) began as a personal project for actor Benicio del Toro around the time he was making Traffic (2000) with Steven Soderbergh. Originally, he planned on making the film about iconic revolutionary Ernesto “Che” Guevara with Terrence Malick and its focus was to be on the disastrous Bolivian campaign in 1967. 1,120 more words
Director: Denis Villeneuve.
Producer: Basil Iwanyk, Thad Luckinbill, Trent Luckinbill, Edward McDonnell & Molly Smith.
Distributed by: Lionsgate.
Writer: Taylor Sheridan.
Starring: Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin, Benicio Del Toro, Jon Bernthal & Julio Cedillo. 937 more words