Adapted from the award winning play of the same name, August: Osage County is a terrifically hilarious, yet exceedingly dark, family drama.
Martin Scorcese directs Leonardo DiCaprio in the titular role of this film based off the real life memoirs of genius, millionaire, playboy, philanthropist con artist, Jordan Belfort.
The Coen Brothers have a reputation for crafting very unique films that are almost always met with great critical acclaim. Inside Llewyn Davis is one of their simplest films, following a short part of the story of Llewyn Davis (Oscar Isaac). A struggling folk singer, he navigates life in Greenwich Village in the early 60’s. Continue reading “Review – Inside Llewyn Davis”
Loosely based on the Hans Christian Anderson classic fairytale, The Snow Queen, Frozen is related to it’s source material like Tangled was to Rapunzel. Except even less.
This one has been a long time coming. Adapted from Orson Scott Card‘s 1985 best selling science fiction novel, an Ender’s Game movie has been in the works in one form or another since 1996.
“I think it’s the best space photography ever done, I think it’s the best space film ever done. . .” ~ James Cameron
Starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and the late James Gandolfini in his final starring role, Enough Said is the story of Eva (Louis-Dreyfus), Albert (Gandolfini), and their unlikely romance.
Metallica Through the Never is the second time the band has been on the big screen, the first being the documentary, Some Kind of Monster. In Through the Never we are introduced to a roadie/errand boy named Trip (Dane DeHann) who is sent off to retrieve some needed item from a delivery van that has run out of gas. Continue reading “Review – Metallica Through the Never”
It’s a tale as old as time. Giovanni Manzoni (Robert De Niro) is a Brooklyn mafia boss turned snitch. Now in witness protection with his rough and tumble family, he, his wife (Michelle Pfeiffer) and their two kids (John D’Leo and Glee‘s Dianna Agron) are trying to integrate into their latest home – a quietContinue reading “Review – The Family”
Playing the festival circuit back in 2011, You’re Next is finally making it’s official theatrical debut. A thriller/horror/slasher, it follows the well established plot of crazy strangers slaughtering a group of people while they are in a remote house. Despite having a familiar setup, You’re Next feels anything but overdone.