Review: Beckett is the Type of Thriller Cinema Needs More Of

By: Anthony Francis Interesting and well-crafted thrillers are hard to come by these days. Most modern films are too timid in their screenplays and are in too much of a hurry to get to the action.  Gone are the days of films such as Sidney Pollack’s “Three Days of the Condor”, John Schlesinger’s “Marathon Man”, or Arthur Penn’s massively undervalued 1985 film, “Target”. Films such … Continue reading Review: Beckett is the Type of Thriller Cinema Needs More Of