The Alchemist is a terrible piece of literature. But, above all, it is a book with a soul – a very rare thing.
Alexander Payne’s ‘The Descendants’ tried hard to be different, but ultimately failed to escape the Hollywood mould.
While a weak ending dulls the strength of the film, Taxi Driver is poignant, brilliantly shot and well-deserving of its ‘classic’ status.
This film is the epitome of the drama genre, presented in a manner utterly unlike most modern movies. This is storytelling at its finest…
… This really is a timeless book, a classic we will marvel at one hundred years from now, when perhaps many of its themes have reached their conclusion.