Directed by Peter Berg (known for a handful of other Mark Wahlberg movies such as Deep Water Horizon and Lone Survivor), Mile 22, set mainly in Indonesia, can be construed as a stereotypical action movie. However, there are definite artistic attempts to jazz it up that I think landed fairly well. This film opens with… [Read More]
For those who saw The Cove and perhaps even felt outrage at what that film portrayed as barbarism, A Whale of a Tale could well provide a balancing picture.
For Marguerite in the film, her fear and depression are overwhelming. Even the people around her and their love and attention cannot bring her out of her “slough of despond”.
This may be the perfect time for The Wife to find its way to the screen. It seems almost tailor made for the Time’s Up movement. . . . This film truly speaks to that issue in a clear and loud voice.
“They must be from California.”– John (Ethan Lawrence) Three young punk enthusiasts stumble into a strange (oh, so strange) collection of alien prepubescents in 1970s London, where Earth boy Enn (Alex Sharp) falls hard for the alien Zan (Elle Fanning). Based on a short story by Neil Gaiman (Stardust, American Gods, Coraline), the obliviousness of… [Read More]