With a mouthful of a title that hints at the length of the film itself, this will, depending on your mood, hypnotize you or bore you to death. Writer/director Dominik, adapting Ron Hansen's historical novel, takes his cues from the work of Terrence Malick and creates a meditative look at the uncertain relationship between famed Western outlaw Jesse James and… read more!
Movies Directed by Andrew Dominik (in alphabetical order)
The umpteenth dissertation into the wild allure and tragic life of Marilyn Monroe, Blonde – not a biopic but an adaptation of a novel by Joyce Carol Oates – is a hot mess. Miscast, overwrought, and pretentious beyond belief, it might have succeeded as camp if it weren't so damn bloated. Director Dominik, who also penned the screenplay, depicts the… read more!
The first title screen of this biopic about the notorious Australian criminal Mark "Chopper" Read states: "This is not a biography." It's a cheeky foreshadowing of the film's attitude towards its titular character, a real-life thug who may or may not have killed many people, definitely went to jail a few times, wrote an entertaining if barely truthful autobiography which… read more!