Starring Charlize Theron, Mackenzie Davis and Ron Livingston, Tully is a comedy about motherhood. One in which a mother of three children, begrudgingly accepts her well-to-do brother’s gift of a ‘night nanny’, in the hopes that it will help destress her life. And so ensues adefinite change in the her life in the most unexpected ways.
Tully is written by Diablo Cody of Juno (2007) and Young Adult (2011), while Jason Reitman directs…
I know it’s only January but this is already one of my favourite trailers of 2018. Right after the ‘frozen pizza, awesome’ comment, I was almost certain that the next clip would show that she’d killed him. But then I realised that she of course had absolutely no energy left to spare.
Mark Duplass, Emily Haine, Marceline Hugot, Gameela Wright and Elaine Tan also star
The new highly anticipated Blade Runner 2049 movie is coming in October 2017. Directed by Denis Villeneuve; starring Ryan Gosling, Jared Leto and Harrison Ford, I’m quite sure that you’ve already seen the visual feast that is the films trailer. Still, it’s worth it to scroll on through the following beautiful images that showcase some of the gorgeous cinematography – and by the end, the trailer you shall find….
Starring Mackenzie Davis and Caitlin Fitzgerald as so-called friends, Always Shineis an example of what can happen when jealousy between friends gets out of control.
Davis’s portrayal of a jealous friend is definitely my favourite thing about Always Shine. Neither character comes across as perfect but up until this point, I don’t think I’d ever seen a friendship up close that was so poisonous and shady. Davis, Fitzgerald and director Sophia Takal did a good job of creating tension.
Towards the end I did get quite lost in terms of precisely what was going on and all that it mean, but I say, watch Always Shine for Davis’s very memorable performance and maybe you can explain to me what the end is all about.
Directed by Denis Villeneuve and starring Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Ana de Armas and Jared Leto, the sequel for Blade Runner (1982) is coming in 2017. In the new instalment, the year is 2049 – three decades after the events of the original film, there’s a new blade runner in town and after he unearths a long standing and potentially dangerous secret, he must seek out the original blade runner who’s been missing for 30 years…
Is it bad that a massive film enthusiast such as myself has never watched Blade Runner? Even worse perhaps, I actually thought it was an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie. Whatever the answer, now that one of my favourite directors of recent years is attached to the movie along with Gosling, I know I really need to get firmly on board because I may actually be missing out in a major way.
Always Shine stars Mackenzie Davis, Caitlin FitzGerald and Lawrence Michael Levine. Directed by Sophia Takal, it’s a thriller with competition and jealousy between best friends at its heart…
Interesting subject matter, jealousy. It’s part of the human condition but as is the case with mosts things, it’s really what you do with it that matters most. Based on this trailer, it looks like at least one of the characters lets the emotion take over and so comes the darkness.