Dane DeHaan

Posted 14 Mar 2017 @ 2:23pm

Welcome to the BRAG's weekly rundown of what's hot in the coming seven days of cinematic releases. Bumper crop this time around, folks, as some locals rough the joint up and a hardline porcine socialist brings her leftist agenda Down Under.


There's also the return of an oft-maligned but visually talented Hollywood director, a major award-winner with Aussie faces, an exciting...

Posted 10 Sep 2015 @ 10:51am

“Photography is a good way of saying I’ve been here and you’ve been here,” says photographer Dennis Stock to his subject in the new film by Anton Corbijn, Life. It’s not exactly a dramatic moment – just two men walking through the rain when one takes a snapshot of the other. History remembers it differently, however: it’s 1955, the rain is falling on Times Square in New York City, and the...

Posted 31 Aug 2015 @ 10:18pm

“There’s an awkwardness there – it’s pure, you can’t fake it,” says photographer Dennis Stock of the young star on the rise, James Dean.


It’s a peculiar line to leave in a film that attempts to do precisely that, seeking to capture the reality of the notoriously inscrutable public figure, outside of the aura he carries on screen. It can’t be said that Life is wholly successful...

Posted 15 Oct 2013 @ 11:58am

Metallica Through The Never is a 3D motion picture delivering the band’s state of the art stage show and legendary performance. Coupled with a hallucinatory ride through Vancouver streets and a thumping soundtrack, this movie also soaks the audience in explosive sound and a violent end of a day’s imagery.


A young roadie, Trip (Dane DeHaan), is given a mission to retrieve an...

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