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Not Your Average Family: A Review Of Captain Fantastic

A few weeks ago my wife Sandy and I ventured out to see Captain Fantastic. It’s an oddly named movie and quite a good one. Captain Fantastic is a tale about a family, the Cashes, that for many years has been living in semi-seclusion deep in Washington State mountain wilderness. 905 more words


Captain Fantastic

Captain Fantastic

Directed By: Matt Ross

Starring: Viggo MortensenGeorge MacKaySamantha Isler


This review is a little unique. Thanks to work I found myself sitting opposite the director Matt Ross and the star of the film Viggo Mortensen while they were undertaking the interview, coordinated by me. 631 more words


Film Review: Captain Fantastic

Starring: Viggo Mortenson (Ben); George MacKay (Bo); Samantha Isler (Kielyr); Annalise Basso (Vespyr); Nicholas Hamilton (Reilan); Shree Cooks (Zaja); Charlie Shotwell (Nai)

Director: Matt Ross… 889 more words

Randeep Singh

Captain Fantastic

One of the few must-see films in theaters this summer was Matt Ross’ Captain Fantastic. A drama about an off-the-grid, beyond-hippie dad whose abilities as a parent are challenged by his wife’s absence to battle an illness, the story eventually becomes… 514 more words

'Captain Fantastic': A Nuanced Exploration of Discourse in America

Captain Fantastic is a heart-warming film that forces the viewer to consider the faults of modern society and the benefits to living an alternative lifestyle.  Written and directed by Matt Ross, the film was a hit at Sundance this year, and rightly so.   1,019 more words


Captain Fantastic (2016) Review

Rating: 9 / 10

The second indie feature film from Matt Ross that is almost close to perfect. If you wish to know how to raise your children in a different way and how to understand what are the most important things in life – you have to see this movie. 541 more words


Movie Review - Captain Fantastic

In Captain Fantastic, we meet a family that has decided to live apart from the modern world. The Cash family live in a forest, in an unbearably quaint campsite they have built for themselves. 684 more words

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