The political intrigue around the 1979 assassination of South Korean dictator Park is retold in this sometimes slow but still gripping thriller.
The 1963 ‘Profumo Scandal’ is told in this 1989 film wonderfully restored in a dual-format, Blu-ray/DVD edition from the BFI.
All of the best of the show on the big screen in even bigger, bolder, more lavish fashion.
Bay misses some of the depth of the situation, thankfully avoids the vitriolic politics and tells the story of the soldiers on the ground in this intense war film
A superb realization of Victor Hugo’s sprawling masterpiece of life and death in post-Napoleonic Paris
A masterfully filmed drama that served as China’s opening salvo to the world after 1989’s Tiananmen Protests.
A visually stunning and well acted account of Mary Stuart’s short life handicapped by a sometimes confusing script
Mary Queen of Scots is a dull period epic with its only saving graces Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie in the lead roles.
A fictionalized account of the love between the lady in waiting to Queen Anne and a servant girl in early 18th century England has riveting performances, costumes, and solid direction.
A stunning recreation of Neil Armstrong’s trailblazing trip to the moon with superb cinematography, acting and direction.