We edited twice, three times, we had to have very defined animations before we even began with the actors. But anyone who is focussed on their work closes off their peripheral vision. Chandor, who delivered a great talky drama with Margin Call, proves that he doesn't need reams of dialogue to hold our attention — and Redford's performance may be a career best. There's an almost psychedelic touch to the way Geoghegan shoots the forest -- at times, the movie resembles the mind-bending films of British cult favorite Ben Wheatley -- and that can also make for some puzzling stretches, but Mohawk has more on its mind than finding visually inventive ways to portray stomach-churning violence. Upgrade, a thriller about a mechanic Marshall-Green implanted with a chatty microchip in his brain following a tragic accident, finds the filmmaker adding a bit of John Carpenter-esque social commentary to the mix, along with a healthy dose of Terminator-style action mayhem.
Whether you are a Formula 1 aficionado or the furthest thing from a petrol head, this story of clashing egos and contrasting styles in the quest for the driver's championship is a compelling portrayal of ambition, determination and going really fast in circles. Her horror at American culture is both hilarious and — dare we say it — entirely understandable, and the clash with Disney's style is beautifully judged. On screen, he's still thoroughly appalling, with a rancid lack of morality you can touch, but James McAvoy gives him enough nuance and humanity that you almost feel sorry for the shitty, exploitative bastard. Cyrano De Bergerac Cyrano De Bergerac comes to life in this meticulously well-acted 1950 version, the first filmed in English. After Primer and this, we can't wait to see what Carruth does next. Chandor Cast: Robert Redford Best for: the Old Man And The Sea. Where to see it right now: In theaters 12.
Sinatra also earned an Oscar nomination. But what emerged is as much a story about fathers and sons as one about lovers, and it's in the scenes between Domnhall Gleeson's Tim and Bill Nighy's Dad it's significant that he gets no other name that the film's heart really beats, as it becomes a story about growing up and saying goodbye. It wants you to reflect on the carnage. McQuarrie, the first director to return for a second M:I adventure after handling 2015's Rogue Nation, is a skilled action craftsman, and, despite a 147 minute runtime, Fallout never loses momentum. Zack Snyder's reinvented Superman opens big — on Krypton, amid flying dragons and beneath an exploding moon — and then, impossibly, gets bigger even as it strives to keep the focus on the emotional, human conflicts that lie beneath Superman's impenetrable skin. The two play an unlikely pair who try to save a princess.
It feels very close to heaven and that particular bend has a spirit. Promising bucket-loads more nail biting tension, heaps of awesome battle sequences and a seriously sizzling love triangle, it sounds as if Catching Fire is going to be even better than the first. Murnau, it remains one of the most iconic horror films. It was so popular that the studio made two sequels. With Senna they only used existing footage, and often what was most interesting was when the shot was a little blocked or off. If you look at The Hustler, Hud, Cool Hand Luke, Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid. In a sense, more sci-fi than the film itself.
This is a character who works best in a small, damp and mediocre world, and happily for us the filmmakers scotched all suggestions of taking Alan to America or thrusting him onto a bigger and perhaps actually significant stage, and kept the laughs coming by letting Alan get to his day job. Ali, Michael Chernus, Max Martini, Catherine Keener Best for: humanising both sides in an impossible true story. It's a scary place and though the drivers loved the circuit, they knew it was lethal. And when I write, I try and write some kind of universal idea, or emotion, or theme. The film was made by Hyperion Animation and released on home video by Disney. What makes them action movies? The pharmaceutical conspiracy plot about wrongly accused lawyer Du Qiu Hanyu running from noble detective Fukuyama is merely a way to connect all the pieces in this insanely elaborate, goofy puzzle.
The studio put the project in turnaround after a change in administration. Ray Winstone, Guy Pearce, and Danny Huston are just a few of the blood-streaked characters livening up this Australian western. Rudd has a way of putting an absurd spin on even the most mundane lines, Peña again steals every scene he's in, and Reed approaches the pint-sized action beats with the goal of upending viewer expectations. They looked at shooting underwater. Parker is in cinemas 8th March.
Hungover and clad only in bikinis, the girls appear before a judge but are bailed out unexpectedly by Alien James Franco , an infamous local thug who takes them under his wing and leads them on the wildest spring break trip in history. If he had not backed out, I would not have stood a chance. Steven Spielberg gets into character to direct. The time, the pain, the exertion, the adversities, oh, the adversities. It's Saturday, and we are in the heart of the South, not far from Nichols' family home in state capital Little Rock.
They'd done a bit of stuff in youth clubs, and they were fantastic. Like their last two collaborations, Il Divo and The Consequences Of Love, it had the wonderfully wry Servillo at his best. In fact, before I wrote the part, I wrote it for Matthew McConaughey. That simple fact alone should convince you to watch this scrappy, low-budget action movie about a logger tasked with fighting off a heavily armed gang of drug dealers who stash some primo shit in his log cabin. On , he recreated the fuselage of that ill-fated plane and asked his actors to go through takes that lasted for the duration of the flight. But when he's double-crossed by his crew and left for dead, it's time for payback. An angry rejoinder by SeaWorld, convincing no-one at all that the hard-hitting film wasn't on to something, only drew further attention to the issues raised.
The first is an epic, modern-day, high-seas action film which, Greengrass being Greengrass, was shot for real on the ocean, principally in Maltese waters. Brie Larson was one of the breakouts of the year after her compassionate, complex turn as the home's leader Grace, who's a rock for her charges but who's crumbling inwardly herself. I'm in a moment right now where I am proud of the work and relieved that we got this thing off the ground. Thank you for staying with us! In an early summer that was full of tortured heroes and apocalyptic visions, this frothier romp was a deserved hit. It's not like I spent four months convinced I was Abraham Lincoln. There are also a huge number of cartoons for kids and plenty of documentary movies. The movie is shot documentary-style, with post-mortem interviews of people involved with the first mission to Europa leading the audience through the story.
Baird Cast: James McAvoy, Eddie Marsan, Jamie Bell, Imogen Poots Best for: men behaving badly. But I do want it to be an adventure. The first shot of the film is around 12 minutes - without a cut! I said, 'Let's go for it! The Host is released 29th March. Presumably to protect our eyes, Baby Goose and B-Coops share only a few brief scenes in the film that lurches unexpectedly from crime thriller to something more, well, profound at its midway point. A slow-burning coming-of-age story that defies easy categorisation, this gets under your skin and stays there. Young Mohawk tribe member Oak Horn battles a group of American soldiers hellbent on her destruction, turning the woods around them into a warzone. It's certainly not a perfect movie, but it knows how to singe your eyebrows off when it counts.