I haven’t seen the U.S. trailer yet, but the Canadian trailer for Swiss Army Man lives up to the film’s plot – a suicidal castaway finds a flatulent corpse on a beach and it saves his life.
Paul Dano (Love & Mercy) plays the castaway and Daniel Radcliffe (Horns) is the corpse (insert acting joke here…). Check out the hysterical trailer after the break. Swiss Army Man opens on July 1st.
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Nathan Ellis is a brilliant young man – math is like breathing for him – who sits ‘on the spectrum’ as his doctor puts it.
Since his father died when he was a toddler, he’s been incapable of giving or receiving love – which makes things hard for his mum, Julie. When he discovers math, it gives him a way to deal with his life, if not that of others – until an unorthodox tutor, Martin Henderson, enters their lives.
Continue reading A Brilliant Young Mind – Not Just Another Big Brain With Issues Movie!
An alcoholic English teacher faces off against a partially disabled artist in a challenge to discover which is more powerful – a piece of art, or a piece of prose or poetry. Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche play the agreeably disagreeable pair as they set out to win their students to their respective views.
Continue reading Words and Pictures: If a Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words, What Are a Thousand Words Worth?
Carlo Carlei’s Romeo & Juliet hits the plays high points with a certain amount of style and some passionate performances, but is sabotaged by overly rapid pacing and a script that isn’t all Shakespeare. It’s still worth seeing, but it could have been so much better.
Continue reading Romeo & Juliet: Passionate But Not Quite Enough!