Blonde is a tragedy in heart wrenching detail, told in leaps through Norma Jeane Mortenson’s life–and that of her persona, Marilyn Monroe–and it’s difficult to watch at the very best of times.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s directorial debut is a showstopper, and it’s going to capture a lot of awards attention, especially for its star, the great Andrew Garfield.
From their quirky origins with their first feature, Toy Story, to the joy and humour of Wall-E, and the magic of Coco, Pixar is a fascinating studio that’s evolved over the years. Soul is their latest in that evolution, and it’s a charming, funny, and musical story about passion, mentorship, and what makes life livable.
This week, at a theatre near you: Fred Claus pays a visit to his Saintly brother at the North Pole, Robert Redford returns to the directing chair for a political drama, and a thriller pits a young woman against a psycho in a dark parking garage.
Arriving this week on DVD: A rat helps a clumsy cleaner become one of Paris’ star chefs, the dead rise again to serve the living, Chuck and Larry tie the knot, the ninja turtles get animated, and Michael Moore lands in two films.
Ridley Scott brings his latest box-office smash to a theatre near you, Jerry Seinfeld returns to the limelight for an animated film about a bee, John Cusack plays a writer who adopts a alien child, and get lost in Tracey’s fragmented world.
This week in stores, Tobey Maguire swings through New York fighting villains, Mandy Moore aims to earn her wedding license, one of TV’s best teen dramas arrives, and O.C. star Adam Brody is In the Land of Women.
The latest Saw movie arrives just in time for Halloween, Steve Carell and Simon Pegg both have new comedies out this week, the remake of the thriller Sleuth brings Michael Caine back to the big screen again, plus there’s a drama starring Kevin Bacon, and a bio pic retelling the life of Joy Division lead singer Ian Curtis.
Halloween is just around the corner, and this week a number of horror films arrive on DVD, plus Stanley Kubrick‘s legendary film career arrives in a special collection, Disney delivers their latest animated film, and fresh seasons of some of televisions favorite shows land in stores.
This week, at a theatre near you: vampires invade Alaska during the long month of night; a hit-and-run leaves a community hunting for answers, and the killer; a man is taken into custody by the U.S. over fears of being a terrorist; a woman comes to terms with the death of her husband with the help of his best friend; and enjoy a Nightmare in 3-D.