Animated adventure from the director of Ice Age and Robots
The inventiveness that so distinguished director Sam Raimi's low-budget The Evil Dead sadly seems to evaporate whenever he is given larger sums of money to play with. Neeson is the scientist who turns Darkman after intruders leave him for dead in his laboratory. His invention of a synthetic skin allows him to change appearance, albeit only briefly.
Raimi doesn't seem to know what he is aiming at, but while the film hardly works as a dramatic whole, the director's gallop through the horror sub-genres is oddly entertaining, and some of the setpieces are truly inspired.
Film4.com editor Catherine Bray experiments with James Franco's ambitious split screen adaptation of William Faulkner's Nobel Prize winning impressionistic stream of consciousness novel, As I Lay Dyin
Film4.com editor Catherine Bray catches an early morning screening of the new film from prolific Japanese director Takashi Miike... [caption id="attachment_2409" align="alignnone" width="508"] Shield