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Hot Toronto Package: Tom Holland, Robert Pattinson, Chris Evans, Mia Wasikowsa In Antonio Campos' 'The Devil All The Time'

EXCLUSIVE: Christine and Simon Killer director Antonio Campos has set up his next film just in time to be a hot Toronto sales package. Tom Holland, Robert Pattinson, Mia Wasikowska, Chris Evans and Tracy Letts are in talks to star in… 244 more words

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Damsel (2018)

Never trust anyone in the West. Ever.

Samuel Alabaster (Robert Pattinson), an affluent pioneer, ventures across the American frontier to marry the love of his life, Penelope (Mia Wasikowska). 660 more words


Piercing by Nicolas Pesce

Piercing by Nicolas Pesce was one the great surprises of the 2018 edition of the NIFFF festival.

Pesce wrote the script together with Ryû Murakami, who also wrote the novel the movie is based on. 371 more words


Film Review: Jane Eyre (2011)

Brace yourself, Reader, for I am about to blaspheme:

This movie was better than the book.

Let’s back up for a minute. This is actually my second time watching this film. 381 more words



Damsel is a deconstructed Western comedy that has a solid first half of Western, but once it starts deconstructing just falls apart. The film follows Samuel Alabaster, played with wonderful detail and quirk by Robert Pattinson, as he searches for his love Penelope, forcefully acted by Mia Wasikowska, with a drunk preacher and a miniature pony named Butterscotch. 651 more words


Movie Review: Alice in Wonderland (2010)

Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter

Directed by: Tim Burton

A 19 year old Alice returns to Wonderland, the magical land where she had her childhood adventure. 507 more words


"Damsel" is a fun genre step for the Zellner brothers, but it's no "Kumiko"

In a review of David and Nathan Zellner’s 2012 film “Kid-Thing”, Variety critic Ronnie Scheib described the writing/directing pair as having a “provocative trademark idiocy.” It’s an apt description, because characters in the brothers’ work tend to be either obliviously or obstinately dense. 1,092 more words