If Dead Poets Society still has you wishing you'd had the opportunity to enjoy the camaraderie of a prep school (God, I wish I could have stood on my desk and defended Robin Williams the Teacher), here's just the film to make you realize the darker side of prep schools. The side where some girls ingest a mixture of narcotics and rat poison, you end up accidentally taping their death and watching them die in your arms, and then you have to make a memorial video:
Looks pretty good, says my opinion. And if we ever decide to make Matrix: The High School Years, now we know who to get for young Neo.
A Drive that's better than The Cars' Drive? Yes, impossible, I know, but Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive looks like it comes pret-ty close. Reverting back from ab-flashing, rom-com Ryan Gosling to classic, indie Ryan Gosling, Ryan Gosling plays the kind of stoic bad-ass usually re... / Continue →
When Martha Marcy May Marlene arrived at Sundance early this year, big buzz quickly formed around the picture--particularly on two big newcomers: writer-director Sean Durkin and actress Elizabeth Olsen, a bonus, younger Olsen we'd been saving in case anything were to happen to ... / Continue →
I've got to give The Lincoln Lawyer this much: it looks like it really gives you your money's worth of Matthew McConaughey. The trailer starts us with classic smarmy coolguy McConaughey, a slick attorney who can discern how much money is in an envelope just by shaking it, and w... / Continue →
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