“Boldly opening with a gag involving elephant defecation, Babylon begins with a half-hour long party-sequence, Babylon immediately establishes itself as a ride of depravity”
Film Corner with Njal Heddle: Malcolm and Marie
Sam Levinson (son of Barry) daringly brings us a film so surprising that nobody even knew it was in production until a month or two before it came out
Film Corner with Njal Heddle: Mank (2020)
The Citizen Kane of Citizen Kane movies.
Film Corner with Njal Heddle: Tenet
“Playing out like a good ol’ cold war spy thriller, Tenet focuses on the unnamed Protagonist (John David Washington) as he finds himself roped into saving the world from terrorist Andrei Sator (Kenneth Branagh) who plots to manipulate the flow of time itself to end the world. “
Film Corner with Njal Heddle: 1917
” a staggering visual experience that simply must be experienced for its beauty, commitment, passion and performances.”
Film Corner with Njal Heddle: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
The Empire Returns the Jedi Back.
Film Corner with Njal Heddle: Knives Out
“Knives Out is an entertaining, subversive take on the classic whodunnit genre, despite it not being the most memorable.”
Film Corner with Njal Heddle: Doctor Sleep
Decades after his traumatic ordeal in the Overlook hotel, Dan Torrence (Ewan McGregor), who possesses mental powers known as “shining”, is picking himself up from rock bottom
Film Corner with Njal Heddle: Hustlers (2019)
“Every frame of the film is shot beautifully, every character instantly clicking when they swing onto the screen”
Film Corner with Njal Heddle: Joker (2019)
Joker is a slow-burn of a film. An intense character study into a bloke who has had a truly bad go at life.