Welcome to Spannered’s film review archive. We’ve some great writing on the works of Woody Allen, Walter Salles, Pedro Almodóvar, Michael Moore and Lars von Trier, among others. Have a dig about and you'll find shorts, sharks, camels, drugs, Dickens, Hitler, Guevara — and even Christ himself!
 
Like to contribute to Spannered's film review section? Get in touch.
1 2 3 4 5
Found 70 matches. Showing page 2 of 5
next > 
Oliver, twisted by the Polish dwarf? Not as much as you might think – it’s a sumptuous family tale with dark undercurrents.
Eye-catching but conventional comic book adaptation that may disappoint.
It’s impossible to know whether one needs to have seen before Sunrise (1995) in order fully to appreciate this, its sequel, but in...
Did you spot as many references in Tarantino's misshapen masterpiece as we did? Read on to find out…
In March 2001 the gigantic statue of Buddha hewn in a cavity of the rock in Bamiyan, Afghanistan, was destroyed by the ruling Taliban, along with...
Chris McLaughlin was slightly disappointed by this watering down of the ‘Comic Strip Presents...’ legacy, but it’s all in the name of good clean fun..
Gven that General Franco’s regime outlasted its fascist counterparts by thirty years, Spanish cinema inevitably spent the mid-twentieth...
Ah, sex and money, money and sex – two things we are obsessed by, and eternal causes for complaint amongst those that have no luck with...
Comedy set in Franco's Spain about middle-aged gonzo pornsters with a passion for Bergman.
This gripping Second World War tragedy breaks German taboos and portrays Hitler as an all-too-human monster.
Sean Penn is true to form in this interesting historical thriller with contemporary relevance.
This indie offering gives a refreshing view of LA life.
Mike Leigh's Vera Drake is a quiet but impressive film with a standout lead performance.
Henry K bemoans the absence of one of Antonioni’s finest works from a season showing at London's National Film Theatre, and dissects its political importance.
Do you need a knowledge of Roland Barthes to understand Winterbottom's latest? Henry K goes to find out...
Art? Porn? Art porn? Henry K Miller's not so sure if Winterbottom's newest is any of them.
1 2 3 4 5
Found 70 matches. Showing page 2 of 5
next > 
Contributors retain the copyright to their own contributions. Everything else is copyright © Spannered 2015.
Please do not copy whole articles: instead, copy a bit and link to the rest. Thanks!