That A Clockwork Orange's McDowell manages to spin this around to sympathy in the third act is nothing short of a masterclass in audience manipulation.
Through in some neat nods to 2001: A Space Odyssey and there's enough to make A.I. Artificial Intelligence an interesting watch for any Kubrick fan.
Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb is blessed with an abundance of memorable scenes, and in its final moments proves to be surprisingly moving.
As part of July's KubrickFeast, we asked the FeastFam team of writers to have a long, hard think about Stanley Kubrick and then wax lyrical accordingly. The results were...interesting! Today, I take on A Clockwork Orange. Video Nasty.…
Here's Wrongy!!! It's The Shining!
"It’s amazing that Kubrick got away with what he did, but I suppose that’s because he was a genius." David O'Reilly on Kubrick By Candlelight.
The first time I remember hearing about The Shining was in the playground at primary school: a classmate had managed to watch half of it on VHS before getting caught by his parents.