The changes going on in hte projection room mark a cultural revolution right under our noses, says Paul Moxham, and cinema is in a period of transformation as far-reaching as the introduction of sound and colour
With some films its not so much that disbelief is suspended, more hung drawn and quartered. Paul Moxham walks into a world of logic black holes with plots you could drive a bus through as he watches Sucker Punch and Source Code
Paul Moxham searches deep inside for the potential we all have within us. And what he finds are endless possiblities, a sandwich and a slippy horse
Ken Loach’s Route Irish, and British Bright New Hope Richard Ayoade’s Submarine are released this week, but Paul Moxham can’t get to see them -the closest they’re shown is Bristol. Why should we be expected to wait to enjoy these films? he asks. Maybe it’s about time the multiplexes supported the more discerning film-goer and British film talent to boot
Paul Moxham endures the cliche ridden jingoism of Battle: Los Angeles and the cracked-tension of Fair Game -haven’t we seen all this before?