Indiefest: Wild Tales (2014) R Six stories of people who have been or think they have been wronged and seek revenge. If you liked the old TV show, Tales from the Darkside, this movie is for you. The running theme throughout this film is revenge, sometimes it works out for the person getting the revenge, and sometimes it doesn’t. This is an imaginative film that continues to surprise you up until the very end. This is a strange and violent film that is one of the most creative and enjoyable films I have seen in the past year. My Rating: I Would Pay to See it Again Wild Tales Website
In Memory of Ed Wood (A Movie I’ve Only Seen in Trailers But Just Looks Like a Bad Idea): The Transporter Refueled (2015) A reboot of the popular Transporter series. I don’t recognize anyone in the cast, and not a good sign. Let’s face it, the only reason the original series worked was the on-screen magnetism of Jason Statham. The Transporter Refueled Info
Forgotten Film: White Nights (1985) PG I could explain that plot (expatriate Russian dancer’s plane is forced to land in Russia, then forced to dance with the Bolshoi) but what is important about this film is that you get to see Mikhail Baryshnikov and Gregory Hines, in their prime, dance! Nothing else about this movie matters. My rating: CableWeird Credits: From the credits of Mr. Turner: Special Effects Teeth
In Case You Missed It (A New Release Out on DVD and Blu-Ray): Song of the Sea (2104) PG Saoirse is a child who is the last of the Selkies, a legendary group that can transform from seals into people. Now, she is on a journey to free fairy creatures who are trapped in the modern world. This beautiful and moving film is one of the best-animated films I have seen in the past five years. It’s destined to become a classic. My Rating: I Would Pay to See it Again Song of the Sea InfoComing Soon to a Theatre Near You: Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) The Avengers was one of the best films of 2012. Can Marvel do it again? Let’s hope so. The trailer looks bonkers. Avengers: Age of Ultron Facebook page
Friday, March 20, 2015
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