Those fresh bellboys.
The entire first half of this film feels frivolous and unimportant. That is, until Gene Jones shows up.
With its Groundhog Day like set-up and popcorn movie payoff, Edge of Tomorrow is a terrific entertainment. It's funny and inventive, energetic and exciting.
One of the best things about Willow Creek is that it represents someone's unwavering vision, and in today's commodity oriented movie marketplace, that's unusual indeed.
It's been about four years since we offered up a look at the best examples of the found footage film. With a few additions, our feelings remain the same.
There are very few "super" superstars on the planet. Considering the cost, career wise, being a journeyman seems to have far more perks.
Old time religion.
It's manufactured magic, the kind that Disney used to conjure up without breaking an aesthetic sweat.
Without him, a movie like Filth would fail to find any real value whatsoever. With him, it carries on past the problems to be a somewhat worthwhile experience.