Adam Driver, Scarlett Johansson, Laura Dern and Ray Liotta, are the stars of the latest Noah Baumbach directed comedy / drama, Marriage Story.
It’s the story of a stage director (Driver), his actor wife (Johansson) and their unfolding divorce that spans from New York City to Los Angeles…
What a beautiful editing job. I was smiling and then sad within seconds. Considering Driver’s characters many admirable attributes, I’m looking forward to finding out the detail of where it all went horribly wrong.
Already I can’t wait for more of the comedy. I loved the ‘I cried four times’ ‘Me Too’ moment.
Merritt Wever, Julie Hagerty, Alan Alda, Mark O’Brien, Ayden Mayeri and Mary Hollis Inboden also star.
Trial By Fire is the true and tragic story of Cameron Todd Willingham, a man executed in Texas for killing his three children after scientific evidence and expert testimony that could have proven his innocence were suppressed.
Directed by Edward Zwick, Trial By Fire stars Jack O’Connell, Laura Dern, Emily Meade, Joshua Mikel…
It’s going to be sad but it’s O’Connell and Dern’s performances that are the reason I’m drawn to this one. I also wonder if I’ll be surprised by how those guilty of suppressing vital evidence that could have saved Willingham, may even begin to defend their actions.
Jade Pettyjohn, Jeff Perry, Chris Coy, Jason Douglas, McKinley Belcher III, Carlos Gómez, Rhoda Griffis and Elle Graham also star.
Woody Harrelson, Judy Greer and Laura Dern are the stars of Wilson, a Craig Johnson directed comedy about a middle aged misanthrope who gets the surprise of his life after reuniting with is estranged wife…
Based on the graphic novel by Daniel Clowes, I want to see this because I rather enjoy Harrelson in comedy roles. His part in 2011’s Friends With Benefits is one of my favourites.
Certain Women is a story about 3 women whose lives intersect in an American small town. Starring Kristen Stewart, Michelle Williams and Laura Dern, what the women have in common is that they’re all in their own way imperfectly blazing a trail / finding themselves…
The theme of the movie and the atmosphere of this trailer really appeal. I’m also very happy to have another Michelle Williams movie to get excited about. The lady is a wonderful actress. Did you notice her character’s power poses? If you haven’t already, watch the Manchester By The Sea (2016) trailer released a week or so ago.
Certain Women is directed by Kelly Reichardt and based on stories by Maile Meloy. James Le Gros, Rene Auberjonois and John Getz also star.
Can you imagine taking on a 1000+ mile journey on foot to help you recover from a personal catastrophe at home? That’s exactly what Reese Witherspoon does as Cheryl, in Wild; the Jean-Marc Vallée directed drama based on the real life memoir of Cheryl Strayed.
This great story of redemption and self discovery is definitely Witherspoon’s least glamorous role yet (not a criticism). With foot blisters, foregone showers and tension filled encounters with sketchy strangers along the way, Wild is a humorous, perfectly paced and edited film. you’ll find yourself dreaming about your own personal adventure.
Seeing myself travelling to escape undesirable events that may have happened at home is easy. However, my journey absolutely won’t be on foot and it will not involve a tent or my very own portable stove. No way!
Watch Wild for a hopeful, very engaging film experience and because it’s good for you. Key highlights include Cheryl’s first encounter as a hitchhiker and her meeting with the little boy.