The Marvelous Brie Larson — #6

Welcome back to another edition of my latest Actor Profile, The Marvelous Brie Larson, a monthly series revolving around the silver screen performances of one of my favorite actresses. If you are a newcomer to this series, the idea behind this feature is to bring attention to a specific performer and their skill sets andContinue reading “The Marvelous Brie Larson — #6”

Wounds

Release: Friday, October 18, 2019 (Hulu — U.S./Netflix internationally) →Hulu Written by: Babak Anvari Directed by: Babak Anvari The word ‘wounds’ really makes me feel icky. It’s a trigger for me like ‘moist’ is for others. (Sorry if I just made you wince.) I hate. The word. Wounds. Masochist that I am, I chose to watch a movieContinue reading “Wounds”

Free Fire

Release: Friday, April 21, 2017 [Theater] Written by: Amy Jump; Ben Wheatley Directed by: Ben Wheatley Free Fire is 85 minutes of pure farce, and it’s kind of awesome. It’s also great news for those who have been wondering if they would ever see a pre-Madonna Guy Ritchie film again. Of course, this isn’t his film; he’s off doing thatContinue reading “Free Fire”

The Birth of a Nation

Release: Friday, October 7, 2016 [Theater] Written by: Nate Parker Directed by: Nate Parker It’s all but inevitable making comparisons between Steve McQueen’s 2013 Oscar-winning adaptation of Solomon Northup’s memoir and the debut feature from Nate Parker. Some have even gone as far as to regard the latter’s work as the 12 Years a Slave of 2016, which,Continue reading “The Birth of a Nation”

The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Release: Friday, August 14, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Guy Ritchie; Lionel Wigram Directed by: Guy Ritchie In The Man From U.N.C.L.E., the stylish new action comedy from Guy Ritchie, Henry Cavill looks short compared to Armie Hammer. So I had to go look up the listed height of his less debonair co-star. Hammer stands a towering 6’5″. .Continue reading “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.”

The Lone Ranger

Release: Wednesday, July 3, 2013 [Theater] Don’t be fooled by the label. Although titled The Lone Ranger, this movie is far more interesting because of Tonto than it is because of what Armie Hammer tries to contribute to his John Reid/Lone Ranger. While even the white horse is more memorable than Hammer’s character (and aContinue reading “The Lone Ranger”