There needs to be a better appreciation for crap movies, I reckon. Too often we expect far too much from our movies that we don’t give them a chance to breathe; suffocating the creation with our neediness to pump out lucrativeness that satisfies us right to our very loins. To be fair to ourselves, as we grow older and we become more aware of the … Continue reading Unpopped Kernels: The Last Witch Hunter – Review
1975. On the mean streets of New Jersey, a liquor salesman and sometime boxer tries to make a living and keep his self respect, and win the love of his girl. But when he’s pitted against the great boxer Muhammad Ali, he has the chance of the lifetime to prove himself… Sounds like an underdog, rags to riches story that would make a great movie, … Continue reading The Bleeder – Review
Yorgos Lanthimos is a director with clout. His work includes the brilliant and bizarre Dogtooth and The Lobster! The film revolves around a surgeon who adopts a teen into his family but finds tensions and events spiral with his addition. I’ve never seen an Ellie Goulding song sound so…sinister. The cast of Nicole Kidman, COlin Farrell, and newcomer Barry Keoghan is such a tantalising possibility. … Continue reading The Killing of a Sacred Deer – Brand New Trailer!
We love Jessica Chastain here at We Make Movies on Weekend. The impeccable actress has brought us some genius movies such as Zero Dark Thirty and A Most Violent Year (this was very disrespectful still gives us chills.) Even this year she has gifted us alarmingly good performances in Directed by sccreenwriter Aaron Sorkin, Molly’s Game revolves around the real-life Olympian skier Molly Bloom who … Continue reading Molly’s Game – Brand New Trailer!
Sleep is one of those most glorious beautiful things that, as adults, we don’t get enough of. But when we do, oh is it wonderful. Sleep is one of those artful ways your brain can create reverie that blends with our own reality, taking us on adventures without every leaving our homes (although, sometimes we get unlucky dreams about posters and all those types of … Continue reading Napping Princess – Review