Is Office really coming out in US theaters this month? I thought it was just China
Sicario. Anything Denis Villeneuve touches seems to turn out pretty special - pretentious OP commentary is pretentious.
Really? Sleeping With Other People made your top 15?
Bachelorette was hands down one of the worst movies I've ever seen. It was on tv the other night and it was horrible.
The comedy was just so forced. Had a good cast which I thought would lead to a funny movie, but damn it was horrible. Is Sleeping With Other People going to be better?
It really did. What about Bachelorette didn't you like? They both have their strengths and weaknesses, but I think Sleeping With Other People is the slightly stronger film, even if there are some leaps in logic. Going in expecting a comedy for both might leave you disappointed. It digs deeper than your standard rom-coms.
Yeah, this one piqued my interest more than anything else on that list. A few of those movies just sound sooooo fucking boring.This looks so interesting.
I have a feeling Black Mass is gonna be shit like all movies where Depp tries to play a human being.
Thank you kindly. I had completely forgotten about Mistress America and Queen of Earth.Mistress America and Queen of Earth are great. Blind (I would have put it on the list, but it's coming out last minute) comes out this week.
Those are great picks. I just saw 45 Years and loved it. Here's some more on my radar: Sunset Song, High-Rise, Desierto, Chevalier, The Devil's Candy, Anomalisa, The Club.
Some favorites I've already seen that are there: James White, The Witch, The Assassin.
Thank you kindly. I had completely forgotten about Mistress America and Queen of Earth.
I'm also EXTREMELY jealous you're going to get to see Anomalisa so soon. I backed the heck out of that KS and they've barely peeped at us in a year.
There isn't a single movie on this list that interests me in terms of going to the theater for viewing.
When Sicario played at Cannes, many were comparing it to Mann's Heat
That's not entirely inaccurate, especially in one sequence. I'd say it's more of a cross between Zero Dark Thirty, The Counselor, Traffic, and No Country For Old Men. I'm actually working on a feature on all of its influences, will share when done.
Thanks, kinda expected, Renan and Jimmy are two of the best photographers out there especially the former. When I get my hands on the Blu-ray I'll put it right in between Into the Mind and All I can.