Posts Tagged ‘David Cronenberg’
In a career built on unsettling, uncompromising bleak visions, "The Dead Zone" is among David Cronenberg's most poignant, powerful and strangely humane works.
"Videodrome" shows how David Cronenberg is sometimes a provocateur only to a point. But he also wasn't far from his cinematic incisions that cut the deepest.
An ambitious disaster, "Cosmopolis" is a preening, pretentious mess of a movie. I know this.
"A Dangerous Method" is the story of the conflict of Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud and the patient that tore them apart.
Some may dismiss it as highbrow erotica with a brainy bent, but "A Dangerous Method" brings the dry history of psychoanalysis to vivid life.
"Thirst — with its savage wit, frank sexuality and grim lyricism — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.