Five Star Films

FIVE STAR FILMS: The Whole Bloody List ***UPDATED 2/05/2019***

From the earliest days of Graffiti with Punctuation co-founder Cam Williams and I were extremely passionate about celebrating the films universally considered to be the greatest films of all time. Cam’s idea for our ‘Five Star Film’ exploration initially followed the below mantra: “Welcome to five star films where we shine the spotlight on the greatest films of all time. People have been banging on about these films for years so rather than go over familiar ground we’ve picked the five reasons why they’re worthy of being labelled five star films.”

FIVE STAR FILMS: The Whole Bloody List ***UPDATED 2/05/2019***

FIVE STAR FILMS #87: Stalker (Andrei Tarkovsky - 1979)

There are few ways to describe the extraordinary visuals legendary Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky manages to conjure in Stalker, and the feeling of suffocating suspense and anticipation that keeps you glued to the screen.

FIVE STAR FILMS #87: Stalker (Andrei Tarkovsky - 1979)

FIVE STAR FILMS WITH MAD MAX FURY ROAD'S NATHAN JONES

At 6.9ft, the gentle giant plays the dominatrix destroyer Rictus Erectus in George Miller’s latest. With a love of spectacle cinema and experience directors, Jones sat down with Graffiti With Punctuation to share his Five Star Film. Which is ….

FIVE STAR FILMS WITH MAD MAX FURY ROAD'S NATHAN JONES

FIVE STAR FILMS WITH MAD MAX FURY ROAD'S NATHAN JONES

At 6.9ft, the gentle giant plays the dominatrix destroyer Rictus Erectus in George Miller’s latest. With a love of spectacle cinema and experience directors, Jones sat down with Graffiti With Punctuation to share his Five Star Film. Which is ….

FIVE STAR FILMS #79: Tyson (James Toback - 2008)

There had been many documentaries about Mike Tyson set at different stages of his illustrious (or infamous) career as well as a forgettable T.V movie; James Toback's Tyson wipes through those contenders like its subject carved a path of destruction to the world title.

FIVE STAR FILMS #79: Tyson (James Toback - 2008)

FIVE STAR FILMS #73: Drive (Nicolas Winding Refn - 2011)

There is so much to love about Drive; Nicolas Winding Refn's aesthetic feels as if it was specifically made to accompany Cliff Martinez’s synthetic beats; Ryan Gosling is flawless and the magnetic Albert Brooks' voice claws at you.