Luke Wilson and Olivia Wilde are the stars of the new movie from Kill Your Darlings (2013) director, Reed Morano…
Meadowland follows the struggle of two individuals and how they’re affected by an unimaginable loss.
I’ll be watching for the interesting subject matter and also because of Giovanni Ribisi, Elizabeth Moss, John Leguizamo and Olivia Wilde. Great trailer music and editing. Just not a fan of the textual interruptions.
Guy Pearce, Cobie Smulders, Giovanni Ribisi and Kevin Corrigan are the stars of Results, a rather weird comedy written/ directed by Andrew Bujalski.
When I say weird, I’m referring to the characters and the unconventional way the story is told. In which case, weird isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
One of the most interesting things about Results, besides what’s going on with Giovanni Ribisi’s hair would have to be what each of the actors brings to their roles. Specifically their portrayals of individuals who seem rather lost.
Bujalski’s film definitely had me somewhat lost and wondering what is this film really about, what on earth was going on with this story? With that said, if you’re after consistency in tone, a more traditional tale of romance and a laugh out loud comedy, you’re not really going to find that in Results.
I saw the movie because I like all the actors involved. So watch it for a different type of movie-making style that’s unconventional and peculiar and/ or if you too, love the cast
You may be surprised to learn that in Amazon Video’s latest TV movie trailer for Sneaky Pete, Giovanni Ribisi is playing an ex-felon.
Directed by David Shore additional key cast includes Marin Ireland, Margo Martindale, Shane McRae and Bryan Cranston.
My favourite of the characters Ribisi has played in the past all happen to be in comedies. There’s his portrayal of Frank Buffay Jr. – Phoebe’s younger brother in hit TV sitcom Friends.
More recently you can watch Ribisi as the creepy moustachioed dad character in Seth MacFarlane’s Ted (2012)and as the somewhat dim-witted Edward in A Million Ways To Die In The West (2014), also from MacFarlane.