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FIVE STAR FILMS #84: A Matter of Life and Death (AKA Stairway to Heaven) (Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger – 1946)

A look at a unique multi-genre classic of British cinema

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FIVE STAR FILMS #81: Mad Max: Fury Road (George Miller – 2015)

Where do you start? In the tsunami of seemingly universal hyperbole, what more could you possibly say? Well I’m sure that the unstoppable George Miller was challenged with the same question. Five years ago, I jumped out of a plane over the Namib Desert; streaming toward the earth, confronted by the golden expanse I experienced a dose of adrenaline and exhilaration that I’ve never quite experienced since. Watching Mad Max: Fury Road allowed me to touch levels of that potent exhilaration; from a cinema seat. The synopsis for those uninitiated…

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FIVE STAR FILMS WITH MAD MAX FURY ROAD’S NATHAN JONES

At 6.9ft, the gentle giant plays the dominatrix destroyer Rictus Erectus in George Miller’s latest. With a love of spectacle cinema and experience directors, Jones sat down with Graffiti With Punctuation to share his Five Star Film. Which is ….

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FIVE STAR FILMS #73: Drive (Nicolas Winding Refn – 2011)

There is so much to love about Drive; Nicolas Winding Refn’s aesthetic feels as if it was specifically made to accompany Cliff Martinez’s synthetic beats; Ryan Gosling is flawless and the magnetic Albert Brooks’ voice claws at you.

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