Movie Society review: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

  One of the significant achievements of the 1986 comedy Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is its ability to tell a substantial and entertaining story in the space of a single day. Although on one hand the film can be considered to be a fast-paced comedy, it does contain some deeper meanings. For example, the director John … Continue reading Movie Society review: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Movie Society review: Rushmore

  While it doesn't provide as much cinematic vibrancy as other Wes Anderson works (in terms of cinematography), 'Rushmore' works near-flawlessly with the use humour and character development, and rewards the audience for paying attention to the plot, allowing the execution for one of Wes Anderson's more unique projects. This is the second film directed by Wes Andersen … Continue reading Movie Society review: Rushmore