Blake Lively can seemingly tackle anything. From rompy campy thrillers such as A Simple Favour to enriching dramas such as Age of Adeline, Lively has shown that she can go deliver in any genre. Now she returns with The Rhythm Section. The film revolves Directed by Reed Morano, the film revolves around a Stephanie who finds herself on a trail of destruction following the death … Continue reading The Rhythm Section – Trailer & Clips!
We’re excited for any movie that give us a movie that looks darkly humorous and utterly bizarre. So this upcoming movie looks right up our street. Horse Girl, from I Heart Huckabees director Jeff Baena sees Allison Brie’s Sarah, a shop-worker who takes care of her horses, has a fondness for crafts, and supernatural crime shows. However, when her fantasy life and her lucid dreams … Continue reading Horse Girl – Trailer!
Journalists, spies, and government corruption. The Last Thing He Wanted seems to have it all. Directed by Dee Rees (Mudbound,) the film is an adaptation of Joan Didion’s novel of the same name. It revolves around a veteran DC journalists who is sent on a guilt-propelled errand and she soon becomes the subject of the very story she is trying to break. Starring Anee Hathaway, … Continue reading The Last Thing He Wanted – Trailer!
We’ve definitely loved Barry Keoghan’s rise to fame and he looks terrifying alongside Cosmo Jarvis in Calm With Horses. The film revolves around an ex-boxer who is trapped between his criminal associations and family obligations. Directed by Nick Rowland in his feature film debut, this film looks to be an utterly powerful thriller. There was a lot of great feedback from its festival run and … Continue reading Calm With Horses – Brand New Trailer!
If there is one writer adapted more so than Shakespeare, it’s Dickens. From Oliver to Scrooge, the acclaimed author has had many movies, TV shows, and musicals based on his work. Now David Copperfield (no, not the magician,) can dust off his overtly large Victorian hat as he gets a big screen outing. Directed by Armando Iannucci, The Personal History of David Copperfield revolves around … Continue reading The Personal History of David Copperfield – Review
Look, there has been a tentative relationship between books and films since the conception of cinema. Despite there being an obvious difference between the mediums, many people wail at shoddy adaptations. Whilst I agree that there has been some mismanagement in the past, sometimes movies have to cut chunks of the story or alter it for a cinematic narrative, there are glorious book depictions on … Continue reading The Goldfinch – Review