Based on the autobiographical novel by Susanna Kaysen chronicling her time spent in a mental institution following a suicide attempt, Girl, Interrupted is not quite what you’d expect. 106 more words
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Worth your time, that is, though it definitely would have been cinematically mindblowing when released in 1992 (or so the Ministry assures me).
It shamelessly invents an entirely new storyline of how Mina Harker (Winona Ryder) is actually somehow a new incarnation, or doppelganger, of Dracula’s (Gary Oldman’s) long-lost wife from five centuries beforehand. 634 more words
It has arrived. This one gets super deep, super dark, super 80’s.
We admit, we’ve become a little confused by the rumours surrounding the Beetlejuice sequel. One minute it’s happening with all the original cast on board – the next minute it’s not. 387 more words