In new comedy/drama French Exit, Michelle Pfeiffer is Frances Price; an ageing Manhattan socialite who’s fast running out the money she inherited. And so she must move to a small apartment in Paris with her son and cat.
Directed by Azazel Jacobs; additional key cast includes Imogen Poots, Lucas Hedges, Tracy Letts and Danielle Macdonald.
No matter how many times I see Pfeiffer in other films, the mere hearing or reading of her name always brings up an image of her iconic work as Cat Woman in Batman Returns (1992).
The talented cast almost guarantees that I’ll watch this one. May it be even more amusing than this trailer suggests.
Valerie Mahaffey, Isaach De Bankolé, Daniel di Tomasso, Eddie Holland, Matt Holland, Christine Lan, Robert Higden, Larry Dayand Laura Mitchell also star.
The trailer for the long awaited sequel I’d almost forgotten about, Maleficent – Mistress Of Evil just landed.
Starring Angelina Jolie, Michelle Pfeiffer, Ed Skrein and Elle Fanning; director Joachim Rønning’s movie will further explore the complex relationship between Maleficent and Aurora, as they face new threats to the magical land of the Moors…
I’m certainly happy to see Jolie on the big screen again. And as my favourite evil queen of all things.
Cant wait for the visuals and to watch the dynamic between Maleficent and Pfeiffer’s Queen Ingrith.
Juno Temple, Kae Alexander, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Harris Dickinson, Teresa Mahoney, Imelda Staunton, Lesley Manville and Sam Riley aslo star.
Mother!, the Darren Aronofsky directed mystery / horror film about uninvited guests who disrupt a couple’s tranquil existence is a weird movie.
Starring Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Ed Harris and Michelle Pfeiffer, the acting is great of course but what I enjoyed most about the film has nothing to do with acting. As controversial as this is, the beautiful single braid on Lawrence’s head… so effortless and gorgeous. That’s my favourite thing about Mother!
Part of my issue with Aronofsky’s movie is that I can’t say I fully get it. I found myself getting mad at the close-up shots and about an hour into the film, I was thinking: ‘Resolve this mystery already!’
What’s also quite unfortunate about me not really understanding Mother! is that I’m definitely not interested enough to watch it again on the off chance that I may finally get it.
The way Lawrence and Bardem’s characters were so obviously grossly mismatched as a couple rather annoyed me. Bardem’s character’s lack of consideration towards his wife really made me mad and because I didn’t understand why he was being that way, it simply made matters worse.
If you’re an Aronofsky fan, I say give this movie a chance because you may like it. Just remember that Mother! is definitely more mystery than horror, so don’t let the word ‘horror’ dissuade you or get you too excited.
If you think I totally missed the point of this movie, you’re very welcome to enlighten me in the comments below.
Murder On The Orient Express has a very impressive cast list; one that includes, Kenneth Branagh who’s also the film’s director, Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Penélope Cruz, Daisy Ridley and Josh Gad – to name just a few. Based on Agatha Christie’s famous novel of the same name, this mystery / crime / drama is set on a lavish train ride through Europe. A ride that has thirteen strangers stranded on a train and everyone is a murder. suspect. It’s up to Hercule Poirot (Branagh) to race against time to solve the puzzle before the murderer strikes again…
The very talented cast, the fashion, cinematography and story are all great reasons to watch this version of Murder On The Orient Express. The filming style teased in this trailer is equally very appealing, along with Hercule Poirot’s accent; particularly the way he says ‘evil.’
Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, Hank Azaria and Alessandro Nivola are the stars of The Wizard Of Lies, an HBO movie about Bernie Madoff and his Ponzi scheme. A scheme specifically known as the largest financial fraud in United States history…
Of course I’ll be tuning in! De Niro is as watchable as ever, I’m excited to see Michelle Pfeiffer in a movie again and the story is so very intriguing. Even more so because I didn’t really pay close attention to the news when Madoff was all over it back in 2008.