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Savage Afdah (2020)
Genre: Crime, Drama
Release: August 28, 2020
Energreen is a company that is tipped to be a leading player in the renewable energies market. Headed by a young, charismatic go getter in the shape of Alexander Sødergren. They are looking to expand even further and hopefully float the stock too for a great mound of cash. The thing is when a thing is too good to be true then it usually isn't.
So when things start to unravel they have alternative tactics to close things down. This can mean paying off the culprits or maybe not. We have the parallel story of the fraud squad, the cops and a mechanic who all get involved in the goings on at this ever so green company. It is a web of intrigue where no prisoners are ever going to be taken.
Now this is Danish so falls nicely into the Nordic Noir genre of which I am a big fan. This has all the usual things you would expect in terms of a high calibre production and excellent acting. Thomas Bo Larsen as Mads, the police lead, is simply superb as the driven man but with marital strife and other problems. The full cast though are all exceptional. I really enjoyed this, so much so that I put off watching the final episode for a torturous three days – finally saw it last night and it keeps the guessing going till the final scene – seriously recommended.
Director: Sam Kelly
Cast: Jake Ryan, John Tui, Chelsie Preston Crayford, Seth Flynn, Haanz Fa'avae-Jackson, James Matamua, Jack William Parker, Alex Raivaru, Olly Presling, Lotima Pome'e, Italiyah Wilson, Eden Flynn, Poroaki Merritt-McDonald, Taiti Ahiao, Tui Rererangi Aitken
Enola Holmes Afdah (2020)
Genre: Adventure, Crime, Drama, Mystery
Release: September 23, 2020
Afdah Enola Holmes
What i like about this adaptation is that it gives the younger audience the chance to know why war and peace is one of the most important stories written so far. It is already known that most of the young population doesn't like to read books especially when its a long ones.I like TV series and films for the fact they can deliver a story similar to a book and some times even better.No place to argue that the screen is taking over now so why don't use it to tell famous and good story .So far i've seen 5 episodes and they are all made very well , directors and actors job is just awesome , i strongly recommend this adaptation to everyone!
Director: Harry Bradbeer
Cast: Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, Helena Bonham Carter, Fiona Shaw, Adeel Akhtar, Frances de la Tour, Louis Partridge, Susan Wokoma, Burn Gorman, Jay Simpson, Margaret Wheldon, Joakim Skarli, Heather Pearse, Paul Parker
The Nest Afdah (2020)
Release: September 18, 2020
Afdah The Nest
Don't listen to that other lady, who said it's major disappointment blablabla. I guess she must be generations earlier, since she was watching Belmondo. Of course, it's not an artistically-enriching movie or a Claude Lelouche masterpiece. But still, it nevertheless has great merits --- we must not compare all sorts of movies. That lady was saying it's not a Belmondo. Well, it's like comparing a Grace Kelly movie with The Matrix. Well, my dear, this movie is targeted to a young open-minded European audience. And I am sure many other young Americans loved it too. It's way much better than the average American teen movie. So when she's talking about an American remake, I don't think it will be any better simply because our boys are cuter.... lol. What I mean is that this movie really features young hot breathtaking French boys.... so at least I know it's quite worth watching... it's gorgeous.
Director: Sean Durkin
Cast: Jude Law, Carrie Coon, Oona Roche, Charlie Shotwell, Tanya Allen, Tattiawna Jones, Marcus Cornwall, Michael Culkin, Adeel Akhtar, Annabel Leventon, Peter Hamilton Dyer, Bamshad Abedi-Amin, Oliver Gatz, Christian Jenner, Anne Reid
Antebellum Afdah (2020)
Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Release: September 18, 2020
I was raised in Newport Beach, including Balboa Island, Lido Isle, Corona Del Mar and the peninsula where the famous Wedge is. In reality it is a wonderful city full of great down to earth people. Yes, there has been an influx of superficial people who have flocked there because of it's coastal beauty but they are as relevant to Newport Beach as the cast of Jersey Shore is to the best of the East Coast.
To this day the quiet neighborhoods of local inhabitants are no different than the best of kind and basically boring neighborhoods anywhere.
This show is nothing but a deeply cheap ploy to play on a beautiful and desirable city and fantasize on it's most imaginary superficial aspects to deliver pure crap to those who think they need a fix to accentuate their daily lives.
The residence of Newport Beach are being just as ripped off as the sorry viewers of this show.
Director: Gerard Bush, Christopher Renz
Cast: Arabella Landrum, Jena Malone, Eric Lange, Janelle Monae, Tongayi Chirisa, Achok Majak, Jack Huston, Kiersey Clemons, T.C. Matherne, Robert Aramayo, Marque Richardson, London Boyce, Bernard Hocke, Dayna Schaaf, Gabourey Sidibe
The Secrets We Keep Afdah (2020)
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Release: September 16, 2020
Afdah The Secrets We Keep
I was lucky enough to attend the first UK screening of Shane Meadows' latest offering, THIS IS ENGLAND, last Tuesday at the London Film Festival. Having been a fan of Meadows' work since seeing TWENTYFOURSEVEN in 1998, I have anticipated each of his new films with excitement and great interest. Meadows' films defy categorisation and always exceed expectation, as anyone who has seen A ROOM FOR ROMEO BRASS or DEAD MAN'S SHOES will attest. THIS IS ENGLAND had a lot to live up to
Set during the summer of 1983, THIS IS ENGLAND is the story of Shaun (Thomas Turgoose); a precocious twelve-year-oldcoming to terms with the death of his father. Shaun is soon inducted into a group of local skinheads; a fun loving bunch who spend days committing petty vandalism and listening to ska records. Although much younger than the other members of the group, Shaun endears himself upon them with his sheer determination and defiance, and is quickly embraced as their mascot. However, the frivolity and naivety comes to an abrupt conclusion when ex-member Combo (Steven Graham) is released from a spell in prison. Combo soon causes a rift within the group and becomes the catalyst for them becoming a militant, racist force.
Anyone familiar with Meadows' earlier work will notice many parallels between this and A ROOM FOR ROMEO BRASS; the film is told from a child's perspective and the corruption of youth/innocence is an underlining theme. Like ROMEO BRASS, THIS IS ENGLAND manages to balance the light-hearted and often hilarious, with menace and tension that's excruciating to endure. Many British films that attempt dramedy falter because one or the other/both is unconvincing, but Meadows manages to combine comedy and drama seamlessly; the laughs come thick and fact but the jolts come harder than a kick to the head.
Typically for a Meadows film, THIS IS ENGLAND is exceptionally well written with some infectious dialogue and fully-fleshed characters, though one of the film's stand-out attributes is that of Danny Cohen's cinematography. Being a film set during the 80s, its look plays a significant part in the audience buying into the film. Many 80s-set films have been betrayed by garish lighting and ultimately end up looking like contemporary people parading around in 20-year-old clothing. Cohen's photography really manages to encapsulate the bleak feeling that was evident of the time, and is both gritty and dour. THIS IS ENGLAND is a film without polished aesthetics and one that has the raw visual style that's not be seen since the films of Alan Clarke (SCUM, MADE IN Britain, THE FIRM).
In addition to the film's look, Meadow's has raided the vaults for a whole host of archive footage leading thirty-something viewers on a trip down memory lane. The credit sequence alone features footage from Roland Rat, the Falklands and Knight Rider; As a child of the 80s, I literally sat in the cinema beaming It's a great hook into a wonderful film.
As assured as Meadows' writing and direction is, the film benefits greatly from its ensemble cast. Predominantly made up of teenagers, the cast of THIS IS ENGLAND excel beyond belief, without one putting a foot wrong. A ROOM FOR ROMEO BRASS' Andrew Shim is superb as Milky, as is Stephen Graham as Combo - who gives a terrific and complex performance. However, THIS IS ENGLAND belongs to Thomas "Tommo" Tugoose for a débutant child actor he is astonishing and effortlessly conveys the array of mixed emotions the material requires.
In conclusion, THIS IS ENGLAND is essential viewing for anyone with even a passing interest in film. Once again Meadows has set a precedent for British filmmakers and has eclipsed many of his contemporaries. THIS IS ENGLAND may not make for comfortable viewing but it is cinema at its best.
Director: Yuval Adler
Cast: Noomi Rapace, Joel Kinnaman, Chris Messina, Jackson Dean Vincent, Amy Seimetz, Miluette Nalin, Madison Paige Jones, Jeff Pope, David Maldonado, Ed Amatrudo, Ritchie Montgomery, Victoria Hill, Thomas Francis Murphy, Rocco Brocato, Jason Boyle
The Devil All the Time Afdah (2020)
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release: September 16, 2020
Afdah The Devil All the Time
It's too bad that more people haven't seen this, then Hellspawn would be the KING of the bottom 100 list for all eternity.
The previous commentary was right on the money (kudos to the previous critic :) ) This movie is wretchedly shot on video with no sense of editing, lighting or cinematography. It really looks like low budget video about a confusing, nonsensical story about some sort of "demon" (some guy in a rubber mask and a BRIGHT red plaid flannel shirt, going around supposedly killing people. The kills are worse than something a junior high schooler film student would throw together in an evening. Since the movie makes absolutely NO SENSE, I will point out the parts which are so bad ... well ... they are just BAD....
The sound recording of the two LEAD ACTORS was completely off, so whenever they speak, the gain is pushed WAY UP, so you hear them talking muffled in the background, completely distorted with a huge 'hum' as the editor tries to allow us to hear what they are saying. But it's inconsistent, so you hear a huge HUM and distorted audio ONLY when the two lead actors are talking and nowhere else. Distracting eh? The monster walks around in 'monstervision', i.e. the video image is post processed to look 'negative' and 'solarized', but the gimmick goes on for way too long. The filmmakers were so proud of this cheesy video effect, they stretched it on and on, ad nauseum. The monster's P.O.V. shots goes on and on with a 'clawed hand' pawing at the sofa ("oooooh! Scary!") and at the clock on the wall ("oooooh! Scary!") and at the telephone ("oooooh! Scary!") and at the stairs ("oooooh! Scary!"), you get the picture. What kind of monster pokes his hand at EVERY mundane item in a room before they walk into the NEXT ROOM! It makes no sense and gets irritating really fast.
This next bit is so bad IT'S HILARIOUS .... Apparently the director was too cheap or lame to hire a REAL woman to do the bath scene (where the so called FEMALE victim is stalked by the monster), so he does it HIMSELF! You hear a woman humming, getting ready for the bath, but as far as this 'nude scene', you only see disembodied shots of hands soaping up and legs being washed .... and they all obviously ... belong to a guy!! I kid you not! They're massive and hairy! UGH!! You never see the woman who is killed, only a dime store skull covered with blood and a Offscreen (sound effect) woman's scream. Only a KID in junior high would try to pull THIS stunt, seriously.
The car interior shots are done with a Home Depot lamp with tons of green light bulbs. So the heroes are blasted with an eerie green light under their chins like an old monster movie. Why doesn't everyone have green light blasting from their car interiors? This was shot in Tioga County, PA. There's some nice travelogue shots of the Tioga County courthouse ... hey there IS something worthwhile seeing in this piece of crap! ;) A parting note: SPOILER (but I doubt it) A character at the end has a massive cemetery tombstone, but his friend still has fresh cuts and bruises from the incident that caused this character's demise, so I assume that they can make large granite custom tombstones within 48 hours? For a character who's a trailer trash nobody? I can't believe I bought this movie from a large electronics/Video store chain. It's like buying a DVD from your eleven year old neighbor.
Director: Antonio Campos
Cast: Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland, Bill Skarsgård, Haley Bennett, Riley Keough, Harry Melling, Sebastian Stan, Mia Wasikowska, Eliza Scanlen, Jason Clarke, Douglas Hodge, Drew Starkey, Given Sharp, Lucy Faust, Abby Glover
The Garden Left Behind Afdah (2020)
Release: August 28, 2020
Afdah The Garden Left Behind
yes this film was a typical b rated movie that I watched when I was nearly 11.It was bad but there was something which I could not forget and keep myself away and after years I still remember this film.Especially the love scene between Jillian and her boyfriend whom she later killed very brutally,at the last scene... I was child then and was affected too much of the violence.... I later learned she is not a fighter but was practicing sometimes anyway she was pretty good and fighting was OK for her... As I read the other peoples comments I found many similarities about my feelings and theirs.. WATCH THIS FILM....
Director: Flavio Alves
Cast: Michael Madsen, Edward Asner, Carlie Guevara, Danny Flaherty, Anthony Abdo, Alex Kruz, Tamara M. Williams, Dawn Young, Bernadette Quigley, Frances Lozada, Ivana Black, Brock Yurich, Miriam Cruz, Will Krisanda, Kristen Parker Lovell
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Release: September 11, 2020
Afdah The Broken Hearts Gallery
What if you saved a souvenir from every relationship you've ever been in? THE BROKEN HEARTS GALLERY follows the always unique Lucy (Geraldine Viswanathan), a 20-something art gallery assistant living in New York City, who also happens to be an emotional hoarder. After she gets dumped by her latest boyfriend, Lucy is inspired to create The Broken Heart Gallery, a pop-up space for the items love has left behind. Word of the gallery spreads, encouraging a movement and a fresh start for all the romantics out there, including Lucy herself.
Director: Natalie Krinsky
Cast: Geraldine Viswanathan, Dacre Montgomery, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Molly Gordon, Phillipa Soo, Suki Waterhouse, Sheila McCarthy, Bernadette Peters, Nathan Dales, Ego Nwodim, Megan Ferguson, Nikki Duval, Emma Hunter, Taylor Hill, Randy Choi
Ava Afdah (2020)
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Release: September 25, 2020
This film is everything a good movie is supposed to be: diverting and credible. You are left in no doubt as to the integrity of the characters in their respective roles. The movie commences with Ashima, a young girl in India (played by intoxicating Tabu), introduced to a prospective husband, Ashoke. She decides she likes him because before entering the room to see him for the first time she sees his Western wingtiped shoes outside the door and decides he must be an interesting person. He is further endeared to her (and us) when she is asked to recite a beloved sample of English verse and he smiles at her composure and suppressed perturbation when interrupted by his pedantic father. She is married to this engineer and taken to the U.S. to live in New York, and slowly begins to adapt. The movie follows her for 25 years as she sees her two children become Americans and face their own (and in the case of one, very poignant) issues.
Loneliness, joy, tribe, custom, and life's relentless call for adaptation are major themes, and they unfold beautifully. Perhaps its most understated point is that none of the good would have come to pass but for the success of the arranged marriage between Ashoke and Ashima, i.e., that this wonderful young woman had the good fortune to link up with the kind and loving Ashoke. It is the success of the parents' marriage that makes everything possible. As a Westerner unfamiliar with the concept of arranged unions I shivered at the thought of what could have happened if Ashoke had not been such a decent man and loving husband and father.
This is a wonderful film.
Director: Tate Taylor
Cast: Jessica Chastain, Geena Davis, Colin Farrell, John Malkovich, Diana Silvers, Ioan Gruffudd, Common, Joan Chen, Jess Weixler, Janelle Feigley, Nadezhda Russo, Efka Kvaraciejus, Aramis Merlin, Matt Lindquist, Lin Hultgren
After We Collided Afdah (2020)
Genre: Drama, Romance
Release: October 2, 2020
Afdah After We Collided
Intentions were to be the best of the Trilogy. Griff Furst directs this third visit to Lake Placid, Main; where the crocodiles are known for chomping. Nathan Bickerman (Colin Ferguson) is a game warden that relocates his family. Local Sheriff Tony Willinger (Michael Ironside) tries his best to convince everyone that the days of killer crocs are buried in the past. But his son, desperate for a pet, finds baby crocodiles and feeds them until they can satisfy their own growing appetites. The lake and surrounding forest will no longer be safe.
The script is cheesy and the CGI is more or less than mediocre. The plot is the same as the previous two flicks. There is eye candy you can't ignore. And more fun than fright.
Yancy Butler steals the show as the hunting guide. Rounding out the cast: Kristy Mitchell, Mark Evans, James Marchant, Bianca Ilich, Roxanne Pallett, Brian Landon and Kacey Barnfield.
Director: Roger Kumble
Cast: Josephine Langford, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Louise Lombard, Dylan Sprouse, Candice King, Charlie Weber, Max Ragone, Selma Blair, Shane Paul McGhie, Rob Estes, Karimah Westbrook, Samuel Larsen, Khadijha Red Thunder, Pia Mia, Inanna Sarkis
Mulan Afdah (2020)
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama, Family
Release: September 04, 2020
A young Chinese maiden disguises herself as a male warrior in order to save her father.
Director: Niki Caro
Cast: Yifei Liu, Donnie Yen, Li Gong, Jet Li, Jason Scott Lee, Yoson An, Tzi Ma, Rosalind Chao, Pei-Pei Cheng, Xana Tang, Ron Yuan, Jun Yu, Chen Tang, Doua Moua, Jimmy Wong
Cut Throat City Afdah (2020)
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release: August 21, 2020
Afdah Cut Throat City
He's a shameless fraud who preys on the ignorant and vulnerable. Awful.
Cast: Eiza Gonzalez, Ethan Hawke, Kat Graham, Wesley Snipes, Keean Johnson, Isaiah Washington, Terrence Howard, Joel David Moore, Shameik Moore, Denzel Whitaker, Andrene Ward-Hammond, Sam Daly, T.I., Rob Morgan, Demetrius Shipp Jr.
Tenet Afdah (2020)
Genre: Action, Sci-Fi
Release: September 3, 2020
A top-notch tearjerker, IN NAME ONLY is a surprising frank and realistic study of the dissolution of marriage and relationships. Carole Lombard and Cary Grant, both of whom were best known to audiences of the day for light romantic comedies, are fantastic in roles that are far removed from their typical fare. Grant continues to successfully stretch the contours of his on-screen persona (a process that begin with 1939's ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS), and Lombard has seldom been as beautifully self-effacing as she is in this film. The commanding Kay Francis literally owns the role of Grant's bitchy wife, and her perfectly calculated performances manages to radiate with the appropriate menace without falling into one-dimensional parody (which is not an easy feat).
The film feels unique in both structure and tone when compared to other movies from the same era. The first-third of the picture almost feels like the set up for a screwball comedy, but film then takes several unexpected turns before launching into a dark and haunting third act. This structure is highly unusual for a studio film of this era, as is the somewhat gloomy approach to the material, but it all works thanks to director John Cromwell and his amazing cast. The film was not highly regarded among critics nor most audiences when originally released, but the reputation of IN NAME ONLY has gained additional luster over the decades and is now considered to be somewhat of lost gem by many film fans.
Director: Christopher Nolan
Cast: Elizabeth Debicki, Robert Pattinson, John David Washington, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Kenneth Branagh, Cl�mence Po�sy, Fiona Dourif, Michael Caine, Himesh Patel, Andrew Howard, Wes Chatham, Dimple Kapadia, Martin Donovan, Yuri Kolokolnikov, Jack Cutmore-Scott
Mortal Afdah (2020)
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Release: February 28, 2020
Lazy, stupid, uninspired, these are a few things to describe "Dawn of the Croods". Based off of a decent 3D animated cartoon, 'The Croods', the television excursion of the franchise offers none of the heart, soul or even animation from it's predecessor.
The art is passable, but bland and unimaginative.
Director: André Øvredal
Cast: Nat Wolff, Priyanka Bose, Iben Akerlie, Arthur Hakalahti, Oddrun Valestrand, Ania Nova, Ravdeep Singh Bajwa, Per Egil Aske, Per Frisch, Martin Grid Toennesen, Sunniva Lind H�verstad, Torunn L�demel Stokkeland, Craig Narveson, Inger Berit Gr�terud, Niko Rusakov
The New Mutants Afdah (2020)
Genre: Action, Horror, Sci-Fi
Release: August 28, 2020
Afdah The New Mutants
Though mainly remembered for its protagonist being beaten up in almost every episode, this series sported taut, architecturally satisfying little mysteries (albeit with cardboard characters), without the obscure clues and red herrings that make "Murder She Wrote" so annoying.
Director: Josh Boone
Cast: Maisie Williams, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton, Alice Braga, Blu Hunt, Henry Zaga, Adam Beach, Thomas Kee, Colbi Gannett, Happy Anderson, Dustin Ceithamer, Jacinto Vega SpiritWolf, Chuck, Marilyn Manson
Still Here Afdah (2020)
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release: August 28, 2020
Afdah Still Here
Living a Zombie Dream: 1 out of 10: I know this kind of movie. We all do. That kid or two in high school who wanted to become a famous movie director and got some friends together to make a film. Raised some cash from local business and parents and showed their masterpiece in the local theater one Saturday night. One of the best documentary films ever made "American Movie" is about kids just like that. The difference is that those kids's movie, after being viewed by friends and family, went into a trunk with the Boy Scout pictures and old report cards. This film was released on DVD.
The other difference is that those kids probably had more talent. A lot more talent. Living a Zombie Dream is a youthful (and not so youthful) embarrassment to all involved. The script is a mishmash that is almost completely without dialogue or logic. After hearing the "actors" line readings one can at least understand why the director Todd Reynolds stayed away from actual conversation.
Instead we have a soundtrack that sounds like something a World of Warcraft clan uses to promote its best battles on Yourtube. The director also seems to be afraid of light. Every scene is bathed in darkness rendering any attempt to follow the wordless story even more difficult.
Also a personal note to lead actor Amon Elsey that's not how you kiss a girl and the less said about the sex scenes or your haircut the better.
So if you are related to director Todd Reynolds or own the house whose front yard this movie was filmed in I'm sure you have already seen it. Everyone else should stay very far away.
Director: Vlad Feier
Cast: Johnny Whitworth, Zazie Beetz, Afton Williamson, Maurice McRae, Larry Pine, Jeremy Holm, Gia Crovatin, Danny Johnson, Justiin A. Davis, Rupert Simonian, Leopold Manswell, Steven Hauck, Lou Martini Jr., Tibor Feldman, Lorrie Odom
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Music, Sci-Fi
Release: August 28, 2020
Afdah Bill & Ted Face the Music
Although I vaguely remember this from the 90s,I saw this show properly for the first time the other day (bought Series 1 DVD). Essentially it depicts the lives of 2 divorcees trying to start a new romance together, despite constant distractions from his ex-wife + her teenage children.
Although the humour is feeble, obsolete even,the show is nonetheless quite substantial simply for 2 reasons:-
1) The actors - 2point4 Children's Belinda Lang plays the ex-wife, and the (back then) really cute Julia Sawalha,of Absolutely Fabulous and Press Gang fame,plays the teenage daughter.
2) The archetypal early 90s British setting; the show is a nostalgic trip into the modest mums, baggy/black-clad teens and horrendous suburban wallpapers of the day!
Second rate by all means; while the BBC had all the essential comedy classics, perhaps ITV intended to spare a weekly slot for such mediocrity. That said, I will give it 6/10 simply for the established actors and the kitsch-yet-classy early 90s cultural setting.
Director: Dean Parisot
Cast: Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, Kristen Schaal, Samara Weaving, Brigette Lundy-Paine, William Sadler, Anthony Carrigan, Erinn Hayes, Jayma Mays, Hal Landon Jr., Beck Bennett, Kid Cudi, Amy Stoch, Holland Taylor, Jillian Bell
Peninsula Afdah (2020)
Genre: Action, Horror, Thriller
Release: August 7, 2020
I don't buy it and they shouldn't be sellin' it. It's all just waaaaaay too easy. They bring a 75 year old guy back from the dead and they react as if they had successfully taken his wisdom teeth out. The scientist twins don't seem that close to me and I don't know... shouldn't she be wearing a lab coat, when she's in a lab, instead of a top? Also, my grandmother is 85 and I'm pretty sure I'd recognize her if I saw her 35 year old self. It would ring some kind of bell. But his own son (who just saw him a couple hours before he was killed) is completely and utterly clueless. And he's like a detective or something!
To sum up, during the 45 minutes pilot you meet the characters, the lead character gets killed, he's brought back to life with super strength and super potent (Whaaaaat????!!!), he adapted to the idea of dying and waking up in his 30 something body (all in a day's work), the female twin falls in love with him (aprox. 2 hours after meeting him) and he solves his own murder!
I'm not giving these guys a second chance.
Director: Sang-ho Yeon
Cast: Dong-Won Gang, Jung-hyun Lee, John D. Michaels, Re Lee, Hae-hyo Kwon, Milan-Devi LaBrey
Rogue Afdah (2020)
Release: August 28, 2020
Although an intriguing curiosity - a comedy/intrigue with hearty doses of wartime propoganda - the film never resolves its schizoid persona. The Nazi characters are too cartoonish to provide real menace, and what comedy there is is overshadowed by the sincere attempt to portray the threat to European Jewry. The ending is abrupt (mercifully so?) and doesn't really resolve anything. Cary Grant and Ginger Rogers do their best but their efforts don't save matters. The scene where the allied agent attempts to prove his American identity to Rogers is tediously, painfully humorless. Watchable only as a curiosity.
Director: M.J. Bassett
Cast: Megan Fox, Jessica Sutton, Philip Winchester, Calli Taylor, Lee-Anne Liebenberg, Adam Deacon, Brandon Auret, Greg Kriek, Tamer Burjaq, Isabel Bassett, Sisanda Henna, Kenneth Fok, Ashish Gangapersad
Greenland Afdah (2020)
Genre: Action, Thriller
Release: September 25, 2020
While not everyone appreciates the magic of making a feature film that maintains pure conviction, it is rare to see it done so effortlessly. McKinnon allows his exceptional cast to be just that. Thornton's tortured hero seems completely tangible. Blaunt's portrayal of an emotionally traumatized mother is multi-layered and sublime. Powerful supporting turns from McKinnon himself and a bearded Walt Goggins add just the right levity to carry you through this emotional trek. Some might say the film is slow, but it moves rapidly beneath the surface to grip you and reveal a slice of southern life that is all at once haunting and humanizing. McKinnon's understated direction, coupled with Kimmel's gorgeously simple cinematography create almost a still life effect that fits the piece eloquently. The authentic Ozark Mountain music sets the ideal tone. I saw this film over 6 weeks ago and I can still remember what it felt like to experience it. If you dig raw storytelling, then avail yourself to this finely crafted tale.
Director: Ric Roman Waugh
Cast: Gerard Butler, Morena Baccarin, Roger Dale Floyd, Scott Glenn, Randal Gonzalez, Rick Pasqualone, Nicola Lambo, Alan Pietruszewski, Scott Poythress, Claire Bronson, Madison Johnson, Gary Weeks, Tracey Bonner, Merrin Dungey, Brandon Miller
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