The Collini Case

What follows is a series of visually striking yet inconsistent flashbacks that establish a father-son relationship between the two, before unveiling Meyer’s murky past in a historical appraisal of the darkest period in German history. Despite some slick cinematography, a suitably varied colour scheme and effective use of wide shots, the film’s dramatic atmosphere suffers from awkward editing choices, heavy-handed music cues and a formulaic screenplay. Share this Share this Morality, justice and the limits of the law are explored in this clichéd adaptation of Ferdinand von Schirach’s bestselling novel.Fabrizio…

Neo jacks in and logs on once again in The Matrix Resurrections trailer

The trailer plays it close to the vest with specifics of plot, but there’s some tantalising throwbacks to the original trilogy, with melting mirrors, screeching motorbikes, rooftop-leaping and bullet-time pirouetting aplenty – all aptly scored to Jefferson Airplane’s iconic ’60s mind-melter ‘White Rabbit’. Share this Words Charles Bramesco @intothecrevasse Share this Share this We’re nearing a critical mass on Hollywood’s unending onslaught of remakes and reboots, but for whatever reason, Lana Wachowski’s eagerly anticipated addendum to her and sister Lilly’s Matrix franchise feels like an exception. The good news seems…