Incredibles 2 might not be top-of-the-line Pixar but it undoubtedly a fun and often funny family movie that is a great way to spend two hours and certainly brings back the good memories of the first film from over a decade ago.
Beuna Vista Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the animation adventure sequel, The Incredibles 2 starring Holly Hunter, Craig T. Nelson and Samuel L. Jackson. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the thriller, Get Out starring Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Catherine Keener and Bradley Whitford and written/directed by Jordan Peele. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
Begin Again is one enjoyable movie about the music industry without too many inclusionary or referential backgrounds, unlike something like High Fidelity (which is a great movie on its own), and instead is a light-hearted character drama with some catchy songs and actually, Knightley isn’t a half-bad singer. Basically, this is a fun movie that’s neither challenging nor forgettable at the same time.
Experimental film or not, Full Frontal was awful not because of the storyline, or the lack thereof, but it was downright dull and boring, a chore to get through. Steven Soderbergh wanted to do this movie as a counter product to the Hollywood system but while he flipped the bird to the studios, he also managed to do the same with audiences. I found nothing about the film or the characters engaging.
A Late Quartet is the surprise gem of 2012 featuring four great performances, one of which from Walken deserving of more recognition, and a story which is rich with great drama, even when certain scenes get on the melodramatic side. Co-Writer/Director Yaron Zilberman delivers a great drama that hopefully will get more notice over the years.
Trust is a controversial film but one that is relevant with the ever expansion of the Internet and the reliance, even hold it has on teenagers and the danger it opens from those using it for horrible intentions. The film is comparable to another film I watched called Megan is Missing and both share deep and disturbing content though Trust is much smoother, more consistent and most importantly far more effective.