Posts by: sneaky

Spring Break Forever, Bitches!

Spring Break Forever, Bitches!

For the sake of this article, I assume that there are still people in the world who have this website bookmarked after the countless redesigns and the general lack of new content since the autumn of 2011. Also, based on our previous output, I am going to say that all four of you (this number includes Nr|Five and myself) probably are men. Of course, we mean no offence to any women who love to come to criticasm.com for its insightful articles on the dvd releases of bad superhero movies. Anyway, having now established that we are all modern men of…

The Limits of Control

The Limits of Control

In this long-postponed review of Jim Jarmusch’s latest feature THE LIMITS OF CONTROL the underrated Isaach De Bankolé is playing an unnamed lone wolf assassin purposefully on a mission that throughout the film will remain almost completely unintelligible to the viewer.

Chaos reigns in Antichrist

Chaos reigns in Antichrist

When Lars von Trier took his seat at the press conference following the première of his latest flick ANTICHRIST at last years Cannes Film Festival an aggrieved British journalist famously demanded that the notorious Danish director explain and justify why he made this movie. Although it is not unusual for clueless journalists to try and turn a controversial work by an auteur into a footnote sensational article, this time it was quite poignant to have one of cinema’s greatest living artists explain himself, since the dramatically overplayed outrage of this journalist and many of his peers was actually justified by…

The Not So Incredible Hulk

After being violently pressured to do some actual reviewing, this reporter was send to a local theater armed with a pencil and a flashlight and asked to give some kind of insightful commentary on one of this year’s lesser seen comic book adaptations: THE INCREDIBLE HULK. This latest example of Marvel Studio’s push to streamline their various franchises in one single definite universe picks up where Ang Lee’s 2003 “quote” artyfarty “unquote” depiction of the superhero left us bored and suicidal. With cinematic auteur Lee now replaced by whoever directed THE TRANSPORTER 2, THE TRANSPORTER 3, and the even worse…