Trapped in their frozen vehicle after a blizzard, a married couple struggle to survive plunging temperatures and unforeseen obstacles.
Starring Genesis Rodriguez, Vincent Piazza and Mavis Simpson-Ernst, Centigrade is directed by Brendan Walsh.
I’m not 100 percent on what the best survival move is for this couple but I look forward to finding out. Right now, with my limited knowledge in the area, I feel as though completely staying in the car is tantamount to getting buried alive in an ice coffin, no?
I hope this one succeeds at remaining engaging considering what appears to be a single setting for the entire movie.
Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra; there’s another reason I watched Run All Night besides its New York mobster underworld setting and its stars Liam Neeson and Joel Kinnaman. I appreciate how the title implies that the movie is essentially an all night chase sequence.
Run All Night does indeed feature an all night pursuit and you’ll find yourself holding your breath in several tension filled moments. Though, as satisfactory as the chases are, it was very much the less than ideal father/son relationship between Jimmy Conlon (Neeson) and his son Mike (Kinnaman) that kept me invested.
Having now seen Run All Night, my favourite movie chase sequences are still delivered by the Mel Gibson directed Apocalypto (2006) and Tony Scott’s Enemy Of The State (1998).
Watch Run All Night if you’re curious about the father son dynamic mentioned above and if you can’t get enough of films that feature Neeson protecting loved ones and taking down bad guys; something he did most brilliantly in Taken (2008). Otherwise, for your fix of a recent New York City mobster underworld movie, you can’t go wrong with The Drop (2014).
Ed Harris, Boyd Holbrook, Genesis Rodriguez, Common and Bruce McGill also star in Run All Night.
Big Hero 6 is a fun animated action and adventure film that features interesting characters, beautiful visuals and the most adorable cuddly robot, Baymax. Or as the marketing team behind the movie have said, ‘a plus-sized inflatable robot.’
The Walt Disney Animations release centres around 14 year-old robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada and the relationships / events in his life that lead to the point where he forms a superhero team to fight against a masked villain.
My favourite thing about the film is of course, Baymax; particularly his beauty both inside and out.
I’m certainly no prodigy of any kind, but Big Hero 6 did have me thinking about how best to apply my own passion, skills and talents.
Hiro’s general cleverness and the way that aspect of his character is revealed to the audience more than once is a definite highlight. Also, I may have actually fallen a little bit in love with Tadashi, the big brother character. How could one not, really? He’s probably the best big brother any 14 year-old boy could wish for.
Watch it for a really good Oscar winning animated adventure. Then join myself and all the other fans in looking forward to the sequel because you know it’s inevitable and you want it.