Tags » Katherine Bigelow

Rome Film Festival Lineup Packed With Crowd-Pleasers

ROME – The Rome Film Festival has announced a lineup full of crowd-pleasers, many out of Hollywood, that span a wide range of genres. The fest’s 12th edition opens with Scott Cooper’s brutal Western, “Hostiles.” 402 more words

News

DETROIT - A chilling and prescient ordeal of blood and fire

There are some parallels between Jordan Peele’s dark comedy Get Out and Katherine Bigelow’s Detroit. At the centre of the latter, a film set in the heat of the 1967 Detroit riots and uprising, is the incendiary matter of race relations, made even more so by the portrayals of vicious police brutality and at its strongest points, Bigelow harnesses absolute terror out of the mundane, much like in Get Out, only through an obviously more serious and frightening lens than in Peele’s enjoyable film. 1,148 more words

Film Reviews

DETROIT***** Outstanding

“DETROIT” THE NEW movie from Katherine Bigelow (“The Hurt Locker”, “Zero Dark”) is such a viscerally powerful, emotionally draining movie that you leave the cinema feeling as though you’ve been kicked in the guts. 953 more words

Movies

Detroit (2017): Politics in the Eyes of the Beholder?

Written by: Mark Boal, Directed by: Katherine Bigelow

 

I walked out of Detroit prepared to give it a glowing review. Cinematically the work is inventive without being alienating. 1,584 more words

Racism

Katherine Bigelow’s “DETROIT” is terror porn; devoid of resistance and hope

As one fellow movie goer said I feel violated, and that about sums it up. If you relish seeing Black people getting their behinds kicked and terrorized and murdered, if Black pain, Black helplessness and Black victimization (minus resistance)  turns you on, then this is the film for you. 868 more words

Intense: Detroit (2017)

Here be spoilers:

This has to be one of the hardest reviews I have ever had to write.  Seeing Detroit I knew that we were going to be witnessing an intense movie.   853 more words

Drama

Detroit Is Frustrating And Difficult To Watch, Which Is A Good Thing

Katherine Bigelow brings the true events of the 1967 Detroit riots to the screen and tells the story about the monstrous and terrible act that took place at the Algiers Motel. 930 more words

Home