Mark is an Australian who likes movies, a lot. Now he studies and writes about them. Will watch anything Scorsese has ever touched.
The world, damaged as it may be, is an inherently beautiful place. You can find that beauty in the most unexpected of places, including
Judy: The BRWC Review. I will always be a staunch defender of biopics. They are so often criticised as avenues for mere imitations
I often find myself using the term melodrama as a dirty word, particularly when critiquing low budget independent films. I acknowledge that I shouldn’t
The Beach Bum: The BRWC Review. Character studies can make for spectacular films. They are a versatile basis for any filmmaker looking to
Joker: The BRWC Review. Evocative, dark, twisted and utterly mesmerising, that is what Todd Phillips has done with Joker. When the announcement first