Smart, thrilling, and packed with a message – The East deserves to be seen. While it has recognizable names, this flew largely under the radar in theaters garnering only $4 million in ticket sales. If you missed this one in theaters, which most of us did, I definitely recommend picking up The
The Earth Liberation Front that inspired The East From producer Ridley Scott and directed by Zal Batmanglij comes a taut, sexy thriller starring Brit Marling (Arbitrage), Alexander Skarsgard (TV’s “True Blood”) and Oscar® Nominee Ellen Page. Sarah Moss (Marling) is an ambitious new recruit at an elite private intelligence firm.
We’ve got more releases this week! A few movies are out today. Head on over to my other round up post from this week which is right here, to see the other releases from this week! For today: Premium Rush, Resident Evil: Retribution, Arbitrage, and Killer Joe are in my opinion
Another Earth and now Sound Of My Voice have put Brit Marling on my radar as a talent to watch. She writes and stars in both and while Another Earth was an impressive debut, her writing seems to be getting better, more confident and more interesting. Both films are classed
Writer/actress Zoe Kazan stars in Ruby Sparks — her first feature film as a screenwriter as well — as the title character that is created out of Calvin’s (Paul Dano) mind as he is writing his latest novel. Here, we’ll outline our other favorite “Indie Film Ladies” including Brit Marling,
Blu-Ray/DVD Round- up 10/2: THE PRINCESS BRIDE 25TH ANNIVERSARY, DARK SHADOWS, PEOPLE LIKE US, NEW GIRL and more!
It’s time for another Blu-Ray/DVD Round-up! Check out the latest releases! See which ones you should skip, rent or buy! This week I think the big releases this week are The Princess Bride 25th Anniversary Blu-Ray, Dark Shadows, People Like Us and New Girl!
The first trailer for Robert Redford’s new political thriller The Company You Keep is online, and is looks like a Redford is back like he wasin his prime. The film follows a young newspaper reporter played by Shia LaBeouf. After the arrest of a Weather Underground suspect (Susan Sarandon), LaBeouf’s character goes on a mission to track down another at-large member of the American radical left organization played be Redford.