Imagine being committed to a mental institution against your will; a place where you’re confronted by your greatest fear. The question is, is it real or is it a product of your delusion?
Such is the plight of the young woman played by Claire Foy in director Steven Soderbergh’s latest horror / thriller, Unsane. Unsane also stars Juno Temple, Aimee Mullins, Jay Pharoah…
All the hype I’ve been hearing about Foy’s performance in hit Netflix series The Crown is I’m sure very well deserved. Having not seen the show yet, I’m hoping that watching Soderbergh’s movie will make me want to see The Crown even more. Plus, portraying madness is no easy feat – and I imagine that Foy will do a great job.
Why haven’t I already seen The Crown, you may wonder? I’m from London, England, darling. ‘The Crown’ is my every day, don’t you know?
Director Steven Soderbbergh’s new movie is a comedy starring Channing Tatum, Daniel Craig, Adam Driver and Hilary Swank – to name just a few. The story centres around two brothers and their attempt to pull off a heist during a NASCAR race in North Carolina…
Such a pleasant surprise to see Daniel Craig’s face in this trailer. I imagine that the impressive cast list for this movie was probably ready to do everything in their power to secure a chance to work with Soderbergh. You know, just in case he decides to retire from films one more time, right after this one.
Katie Holmes, Riley Keough, Katherine Waterston, Sebastian Stan, Katie Holmes, David Denman, and Jack Quaid make up some of the aforementioned impressive stars.
A film about male strippers with Channing Tatum in the leading role isn’t something that’s particularly easy to ignore; even when you suspect that it may not be amazing.
The first time I watched the Steven Soderbergh directed story about a male stripper with a plan, I have to admit, I was probably too distracted by the dance moves and baby oil.
It was during the second viewing a few years later that I found myself appreciating Soderbergh’s vision a little more. Not to say that the film is now in my list of favourites because it did feel a tad long. However, this time round the lead character’s story and internal struggle is the thing I paid attention to and I’m glad I did.
Matthew McConaughey is very entertaining as Dallas; the seasoned male stripper in charge. Joe Manganiello, Alex Pettyfer, Matt Bomer, Adam Rodriguez, Cody Horn and Olivia Munn also star.
I can’t say that I’ve heard great things about the sequel, MagicMike XXL (2015). But what you hear all depends on who’s asked and what motivated them to watch.