Post-apocalyptic supernatural horror? I’m in.
Where are all the non-Caucasian people in the Harry Potter universe?
Which will be better, this or SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE?
I wrote an article about the atmosphere of the Berlin Film Festival. To check it out, click here.
After the anodyne CIVIL WAR, the only way for AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR to be a success is if major characters do not make it to the finish line.
The Rock vs Monsters. Seems unfair on the monsters.
D: Steven Soderbergh (Logan Lucky, Behind the Candelabra, Side Effects, Magic Mike, Haywire, Contagion, The Informant!, The Girlfriend Experience, Che: Part Two, Che: Part One, Ocean’s 13, The Good German, Bubble, Ocean’s 12, Solaris, Full Frontal, Ocean’s 11, Traffic, Erin Brockovich, The Limey, Out of Sight, King of the Hill; Sex, Lies, and Videotape).
S: Claire Foy, Joshua Leonard, Jay Pharoah, Juno Temple, Polly McKie, Aimee Mullins, Amy Irving.
Director Steven Soderbergh's engrossing, brilliantly shot thriller is made on an iPhone, and stars THE CROWN’s Claire Foy.
My review: http://www.filmaluation.com/unsane.html
Mama Cass’s ‘Make Your Own Kind of Music’. I’ll forever associate this song with TV show LOST, and the hatch.
Horror movie MARROWBONE seems to have changed its name to THE SECRET OF MARROWBONE in the UK.
Here is my review from the Toronto Film Festival: http://www.filmaluation.com/marrowbone.html
Out in the USA: 13th April
Out in the UK: 13th July
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Verb, "to filmaluate”:
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