Yesterday I wrote about Life During Wartime. In this movie, several characters were bogged down with annoying character traits that were conceits of the screenwriter. To emerge out of these traits into a realized character was not easy for any of the actors to pull off in that movie. 585 more words
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The Heat. Europa Europa. Blue is the Warmest Color. Standing Up. Speed. Speed 2. Freaky Friday. Children of Men. Freedomland. Very Good Girls. Dead End. Stuck in Love. Miss Congeniality. Miss Congeniality 2. The Haunting in Connecticut 2. A Daughter's Nightmare. Peace, Love & Misunderstanding. All About Steve. Texas Chainsaw 3. The Possession. Oculus. Candleshoe. All about Steve. But I'm a Cheerleader. Consent. G.B.F. Tarzan. Starving in Suburbia. Haunt. Blindness. Excision.
Without a doubt, comedy of the year. It seems impossible to choose a single best scene, but I’m gonna go with the club scene, when the guy says picture time and Sandra’s character pushes herself into the crowd and slaps his hand, while this other guy is always in the way and Mullins is trying to get all the girls away from the first guy, trying to fight the narc at the same time, saying are you fucking kidding me when she sees him. 2,719 more words
Review by-Jarrett Leahy
During a crowded transatlantic flight to London, an unknown passenger has hacked into the secure cell phone network of air marshal Bill Marks, threatening to kill a passenger every twenty minutes unless the airline wires $150,000,000 to an offshore bank account. 608 more words
What Maisie Knew (2012) Directed by Scott McGehee and David Siegel. With Onata Aprile, Julianne Moore, Steve Coogan, Alexander Skarsgard, Joanna Vanderham.
Adapted and updated from the Henry James novel of the same name, What Maise Knew is a story told from the perspective of a six-year-old girl, who as a result of her parent’s divorce, is forced to live an unstable life. 292 more words