Disney damsel Bella Thorne provides a moving performance as the titular “Girl” with a menacing Mickey Rourke in this neo-noir. Bella Thorne gives her finest film performance to date and finds a fantastic film foil with Rourke. An unnamed young woman and titular character (Bella Thorne) returns
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau remains an interesting character actor and allows himself to frequently tackle challenging projects. Sadly, his latest effort “Exit Plan” is a depressing Danish drama mystery. Insurance claims investigator Max (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) appears to have an ideal life with a loving wife Laerke (Tuva Novotny) and
Problems plague parents every day and often times they feel overwhelmed worrying what they could’ve done better to prevent particular scenarios playing out. An astonishing accomplishment, Michael Bentham’s “Disclosure” dives into one of the most deeply depressing and excruciating situations a parent could ever imagine. Every story
“7500” is a claustrophobic cinematic thrill-ride with Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s best performance to date. Gordon-Levitt’s legacy just took flight, however its one bumpy ride. Soft-spoken American Tobias Ellis (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is the co-pilot on a flight from Berlin to Paris. Attempting to relax his stressed colleague during the
Don’t do it. Avoid “Arkansas” at all costs. Clark Duke’s directorial debut is an excruciating experience despite a compelling cast. Deep in the South, the Dixie Mafia rules the land filled with despicable degenerates and drug dealers. Allegiances aren’t aligned in families like in the Cosa Nostra
Full of crisp dialogue, “Clover” is an exciting, entertaining movie with wonderful twists and turns. Jon Abrahams’ amazing aesthetics deliver the goods with this comedic crime thriller filled with the luck of the Irish. Bumbling Irish twins Mickey (Jon Abrahams) and Jackie (Mark Webber) can’t catch a
An infectious, unique experience “The Whistlers” wows audiences with a creative concept. Romanian filmmaker Corneliu Porumboiu crafts a masterful neo-noir thriller filled with charming comedic moments. Bucharest police inspector Cristi (Vlad Ivanov) embarks on an adventure with the gorgeous Gilda (Catrinel Marlon), but not everything is as
Oh My God! I love this! Our favorite Strumpet… The Novel Strumpet just got back… well… not “just” but you get the idea… Anyway, The Novel Strumpet just got back from the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books held at USC campus for the first time ever.