“The greatest movie never released” is finally here, and now, over thirty years after the death of Orson Welles, his legacy in its final form can be discussed and debated.
It’s the final season in a show that was turned upside-down when the news of Kevin Spacey’s firing broke, so we already knew we were in for something different.
Parents often attempt to live vicariously through their children, but when that child belongs to someone else, lines have been irreparably crossed.
It’s a mature film about a mature subject, but makes sure to keep you smiling and lifts you up when you need it to.
An explosive second season full of twists, turns and shocking deaths has come to a close, and Cinematic Discussion is here to break it down for you!
Everything on display here is the definition of unflinching and the result is the suspenseful drama that 2018 needs.
There is so much promise, between Forest Whitaker as the co-lead and some truly sweet shots of devastation, but it never even threatens to deliver.
It comments on the parallels that often exist between animal and human nature, in both good and bad ways, and the title invites us to consider how long each of us can hold back our darker nature and destructive forces.
Apostle, The Girl in the Spider’s Web, Why Are We Creative?, Captive State, Private Life
This is an AMAZING group of trailers this week!
Michael Moore, Taraji P. Henson, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Benecio Del Toro and more!
Featuring Michael B. Jordan, Denzel Washington, Steve Carell, Jason Bateman and more.
A selection of trailers to release this past week.
Fahrenheit 451 Written by Ramin Bahrani and Amir Nedari (screenplay) & Ray Bradbury (novel) Directed by Rahmin Bahrani
Amateur is nothing groundbreaking and won’t have you giving a standing ovation, but no doubt you will be smiling from ear to ear as the credits roll.