In Flatliners, the new Niels Arden Oplev directed drama / sci-fi / horror film, Ellen Page, Nina Dobrev and James Norton star as medical students. Students who experiment on ‘near death’ experiences that involve past tragedies until the dark consequences surface…
Since this is a remake of the 1990 film of the same name that I also haven’t seen, I guess I’m supposed to assume that the previous version was good enough to warrant a remake that also stars one of the original cast members, Kiefer Sutherland. I’m rather curious and want this to be even better than the trailer suggests. Especially considering how somewhat nonsensical the concept appears to be. Also, it’s not that I have any expertise on the intricate workings of the human body, you understand.
Kiersey Clemons, Diego Luna and Charlotte McKinney also star.
I tuned into Tallulah because of the near enough justifiable madness I saw in the trailer; a person taking a stranger’s baby because said stranger is without a doubt an unfit mother.
Starring Ellen Page, Allison Janney, Tammy Blanchard and written/ directed by Sian Heder, Tallulah has a thing or two to say about the sacrifice that is motherhood – especially via Blanchard’s unfit mother / dissatisfied Beverly Hills housewife character.
Well edited and acted, it’s worth watching for the story and the chance to have all the evidence so you can think about how close you’d have come to ‘taking the baby’, calling child protective services, doing nothing or something else. Ponder on that friends!
Talulah, a Netflix original film starring Ellen Page, Tammy Blanchard and Allison Janney is about a dissatisfied Beverly Hills housewife / negligent mother – who hires a troubled stranger to babysit her toddler…
Written and directed by Sian Heder, the story appeals but I’m most looking forward to the performances by Blanchard, Page, Janney and Uzo Aduba.
Also featuring Zachary Quinto, may the story / execution surprise and delight.
Part of what makes Christopher Nolan’s Inception (2010) so very good, is Hans Zimmer’s brilliant musical score.
Unfortunately, since the the film’s release, seemingly far lesser movies keep using it. I say ‘seemingly far lesser’ because I can’t actually see myself ever watching any of the offending titles.
I admit, I’m probably too attached to the original film and music, but all the trailers I’ve seen that use the Inception score really don’t look very promising. If they did, I wouldn’t be writing this.
You only have to watch the following Airborne (2012) trailer to see and understand.
Eeewwww indeed! To help get that gross Airborne taste out of your mouth, here are two fantastic Inception trailers…