Author Joseph Henderson

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The Imitation Game features genuinely moving moments, but time and time again they’re trodden on by melodramatic Hollywood tropes, says Joseph Henderson.

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Whilst Interstellar seem to ask enough of their audience in terms of plot complexity, dialogue so plainly expresses the film’s semantic intentions that it becomes condescending, says Joseph Henderson.

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Nightcrawler is an intelligent, pitch perfect examination of moral complications underlying Western culture’s capitalist desires, says Joseph Henderson.

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Joseph Henderson talks about the highly anticipated Gone Girl – an almost flawless and exquisitely paced masterpiece.

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Maps to the Stars is an objectively intelligent film, but lacks the emotional intensity of Cronenberg’s earlier work, says Joseph Henderson.

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Corbijn faithfully handles this brooding and carefully constructed political allegory with praiseworthy poise, says Joseph Henderson.

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The harmonious balance between the substance and style of the film makes it a truly expressive and accomplished work, says Joseph Henderson.

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Inside Llewyn Davis could be easily mistaken to fall victim to the same flaws as its protagonist, and perhaps takes a particularly forgiving viewing stance to appreciate its particular brand of melancholic nostalgia.