Another month passes, and so to does another entry for Film Club. This months choice was Joon-ho Bong’s first English language film, Snowpiercer, and proved to a popular choice overall even if it did split opinion on whether it was an instant classic.
The first foreign language film in Film Club’s short history proved to be a popular choice. Directed by Guillermo del Toro, Pan’s Labyrinth scored a solid 8.1/10 from our members, and has instantly landed in the top half of the table.
As promised, March’s edition of Film Club brought something completely different to the table. The Rose, starring Bette Midler, was a unique choice and something that the Film Club members openly admitted to being surprised by. Despite it’s low score, it was far from hated, and was perhaps more interesting than it was captivating viewing.
This months Film Club, and January’s for that matter, has brought with it some interesting views and a few interesting stats. For the first time in Film Club’s short history we have four films with the same rating, meaning that third and fourth place in the leaderboard are each shared by two films a piece.
Due to some unforeseen technical difficulties, Film Club was delayed from its original publication date of 8 February, so I must apologise for that. Now everything is back on track, it is time to move ahead and look at this months entry, Heat. Ryan from Ten Stars or Less had the dubious honour of picking […]