Tag: James Caan

Misery [1990] : MISERY IS ALIVE

Misery functions like a suspense and psychological horror that taps on very common fear of human beings. What an obsession of a fan can lead up-to ? What if a captivated writer is forced to write against his will ? How you to survive when you are living on the mercy of your captor ? Misery rests on a chilling and plausible predicament.

Thief [1981]: A Crafty, Existential Heist Thriller

“Michael Mann’s “Thief” is a film of style, substance, and violently felt emotion, all wrapped up in one of the most intelligent thrillers I’ve seen.” – Roger Ebert Glistening wet streets, intense…