Tag Archives: Dane DeHaan

Life – New Release Review

Dane DeHaan excels in this admirable if occasionally languid James Dean biopic… The most interesting and commendable thing about Life is that it resists the temptation that almost every biopic falls for and doesn’t try to document a great swathe of Dean’s life. Focusing its attention on the future legend and the photographer Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson) over the course […]

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – Review (Spoiler Free)

With every element improved from the previous movie – Spider-Man delivers. I really enjoyed The Amazing Spider-Man two years ago, however it had its flaws with rushed emotional moments and weak villain characterisation. Happily I can say that the sequel improves upon these, and every other aspect, with the emotional moments hitting home, the main […]

The Place Beyond the Pines – Review (Spoiler Free)

Cianfrance’s second film after Blue Valentine (also starring Ryan Gosling) is once again a film dealing with turmoil and human struggle, even though in scope his two films are close to being at opposite ends of the spectrum. Blue Valentine was a very intimate examination of a relationship between two people over a number of […]