Adapted from Nick Flynn's 2004 memoir Another Bullshit Night in Suck City, Being Flynn stars Paul Dano as a social worker and would-be writer working in a homeless shelter. Robert De Niro co-stars as his father, a drunk who left Nick and mother Julianne Moore--and now he's coincidentally turned up at the aforementioned homeless shelter. Ut ohhhhh! How will De Niro handle this belligerent father-son relationship when it no longer make sense to shout "Focker!" as hilarious catharsis? How long will it take Julianne Moore to break down weeping? Will Paul Dano's lanky frame finally collapse from being so, so fragilely Paul Dano-esque? Investigate these pressing questions with this first trailer for Being Flynn:
Prepare for indie asphyxiation: Paul Dano is an awkward, subdued late-20s dude. Zooey Zeschanel is a classic Manic Pixie Dream Girl. Put them together (with an appropriate soundtrack) and we have quirky, unbearable romance!
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Sure, the dismal events of 28 Days Later painted a grim vision of a future overrun by a spreading zombie plague, but man, wouldn't it also suck to be blind? Fernando Meirelles offers just such an experience, placing Julianne Moore and Mark Ruffalo in a world where a sudden blin... / Continue →
After 2010's Ceremony cast Michael Angarano as a highly-affected, precocious, would-be creative infatuated with an older woman, you may have thought that would be the end of the actor's transition into becoming Max Fischer, Part II. As it turns out, you would be wrong, because ... / Continue →