Tuesday, April 19, 2005

Movie Review: Millions

I've been an admirer of Danny Boyle for about as long as he's been a filmmaker. He first catapulted himself to attention with the gimmicky but entertaining 1994 Hitchockian thriller Shallow Grave, which also launched the career of Scottish wonderboy Ewan McGregor. Forming a creative troika of sorts with McGregor and screenwriter John Hodge, Boyle scored a triumph with his sophomore effort, the sublimely brilliant 1996 ode to junkie joy Trainspotting, which now endures as a classic of 1990s cinema. By the end of 1997 and his ambitiously flawed road romance A Life Less Ordinary, he seemed unassailably cool. And then came the Dicaprio Incident.

Read the full review at Poor Richard's Film Almanac

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