Danny Boyle’s new film starts out like 28 Days Later – with its protagonist out cold, waking up to a strange universe. But instead of zombies in London, he discovers he’s the only one who knows The Beatles. Naturally, when he sings, everyone thinks he’s a brilliant songwriter.
“The place where Christmas was invented now feels like a city under siege, and in serious need of some festive cheer.” This hour-long documentary is about how Banksy and director Danny Boyle created a satirical nativity play at Banksy’s hotel at the West Bank Barrier.
We recently got around to watching Steve Jobs, and thought it was entertaining, though a bit broad with its brushstrokes. Bobby Burns explores how the filmmakers shied away from lookalike actors, and diced up real events to create dramatic tension and reveal characters.