Tag Archives: Steven Knight

Raging at the Sea: Serenity, reviewed.

The stars of Interstellar reunite in Serenity.

Serenity is a soapy, dopey thriller from Steven Knight, who’s made some very good ones. Nolanesque ambition, Shyamalanesque skill. With Matthew McConaughey as Baker Dill, a fisherman/tour guide/gigolo who lives in a shipping container and dreams of tuna. Here’s my review.

We’ll Always Have Casablanca: Allied, reviewed.

usk-05634r2Here’s my review of Robert Zemeckis’ high-tech-but-old-fashioned WWII espionage thriller Allied. In my NPR review I note it’s meant to evoke a genre that includes great films like Alfred Hitchcock’s Notorious or Carol Reed’s The Third Man. Continue reading