In the near future, two neighboring groups struggle to co-exist in the land around them. Mistrust, betrayal, resentment, and fear plague both sides as certain members of the group try to find a way to co-existence and peace and others work to disrupt. 440 more words
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‘Our Planet From The Air’ is a 90 minute masterpiece of ecological film-making.
Award winning French film-maker Luc Besson and Director / ariel photographer Yann Arthaus-Bertrand believe that the path of humans decimating Earth’s resources must be stopped before we destroy 40 million years of evolution… 339 more words
“Anybody interested in grabbing a couple of burgers and hittin’ the cemetery?” – Royal Tenenbaum (Gene Hackman)
Films that deal with dysfunctional families fall on two sides of a line — they either make audiences laugh at absurdity or push the audience to feel sadness or catharsis from their depth. 424 more words