Tags » Maggie Gyllenhaal


If there’s one man I’d say “I do’ to, without thinking even once, it would be Jake Gyllenhaal. I mean, I love that guy beyond imagination. 286 more words

Movies that make me cry: Away We Go

Not all movies make me cry. I’m not necessarily a major weeper, but if a movie or a TV show strikes just the right chord, then my tears are a melody of all my feels. 898 more words

Movies That Make Me Cry

Donnie Darko

Viewed – 19 December 2016

Theatrical Cut

For a while there, around the time of this movie’s release the as yet unknown Jake Gyllenhaal was the poster boy for a generation of disaffected teens.  465 more words


Cellar Door: A Look back at Donnie Darko.

Back in 2001, director Richard Kelly brought us a bold, original and mind expanding piece of psychological science fiction. A story of growing pains, time travel, tangent universes and a 6ft bunny called Frank. 378 more words


Blu-ray Review: Donnie Darko (2001) - Limited Edition

Distributor: Arrow Video

BBFC Classification: 15

Director: Richard Kelly

Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Jena Malone, Mary McDonnell, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Patrick Swayze, Arthur Taxier, Drew Barrymore

Every decade has its defining movies and during the post-millennial fallout, when nobody was sure what would happen to the internet and the computers controlling our way of life, there were a plethora of movies that tapped into the collective subconscious and tried to relay our fears back at us in an often surreal and non-linear fashion. 1,364 more words


FRANK (2014, Ireland / UK / USA)

FRANK | 2014, Ireland / UK | Comedy | Directed by – Lenny Abrahamson / Produced by – David Barron, Ed Guiney, Stevie Lee / Written by – Jon Ronson, Peter Straughan / Music by – Stephen Rennicks / Cinematography – James Mather / Edited by – Nathan Nugent / Starring – Domhnall Gleeson, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Scoot McNairy, Michael Fassbender, Carla Azar, Francois Civil / Running time: 95 mins.

504 more words

White House Down (2013)

When a right wing paramilitary group besiege and capture The White House, a lone cop is left to protect The President.

White House Down seems like a very old fashioned action thriller; almost a carbon copy of the rash of Die Hard copies that plagued the nineties, including Under Siege, Executive Decision and Air Force One; it’s basically “Die Hard With A POTUS”. 138 more words