Spielberg dares to parody himself in Jurassic Park

Having not seen the film for many years what struck me most was the postmodernist and self-reflexive attitude of the film, parodying the ‘event’ movie that Spielberg almost single-handedly created in the first place. It's a self-aware bit of humour that Spielberg isn't really...

Review: 1941

George Litman of blog The Great White Dope drops in for Spielberg Week to tell the world just how good Spielberg's much maligned 1941 is. What do you think? Is it Spielberg's worst film or is it unfairly derided?

New clip from Joaquin Phoenix’s (mock?) documentary I’m Still Here

As Joaquin Phoenix returns to cinemas across the UK on the 17th September after a self-imposed absence, Top10Films checks out this little clip in an attempt to discover whether we are watching truth or myth. We can't decide - so it's over to you.

Classic Scenes #6: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

If only the rail carriage escape and rope bridge standoff of Steven Spielberg’s Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom was an indication of the quality of the rest of the film. Unfortunately, the 20 minute sequence that culminates in Indy trying to avoid an untimely death above...