Bleecker Street has released a trailer for Megan Leavey, which is based on the true story of a U.S. Marine who fought to be reunited with her beloved combat dog Rex. After being injured and awarded the Purple Heart, Leavey cuts through
Disney and Pixar have released a teaser for Coco, a (refreshingly) original new film from the studio that is also their first musical. The teaser does a fine job of establishing the young protagonist’s magical journey, while also leaving things mysterious.
One of the hottest topics on the national stage at the moment is the future of our country’s healthcare system. As I write this, there's probably no more timely discussion than that of accessible, affordable access to healthcare for all Americans.
It’s no mystery that the criminal justice and healthcare systems in the U.S. have yet to catch up with scientific research, most especially that of mental health. Point of View Pictures’ When the Bough Breaks (not to be confused with last year’s When the Bough Breaks by Sony Pictures or the 2006, 1994 or 1947 films of the same name) centers around the taboo topic of psychosis after giving birth, as well as postpartum depression and the more general “baby blues” that many women, across all walks of life, cultures, geography and age, experience.
Sony Pictures has released a new red band trailer for sci-fi thriller Life, and it features lots of quick cuts, loud, ominous music and some foul language. Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, and Ryan Reynolds star as members of an International Space Station
Multi-hyphenate Frank Mosley’s latest short film, Parthenon, (which he wrote, directed and edited) will be playing as a part of the just-announced Sarasota Film Festival lineup. We’ve featured much of his work over the past few years. His
Illumination has released a new trailer for Despicable Me 3, in which Gru (voiced by Steve Carell) discovers he has a twin brother named Dru. The sibling rivalry is added to the mix that already includes new adversary Balthazar Bratt (Trey Parker).
I have no doubt that a movie like The Other Half takes considerable emotional dedication to make (of course, this could be argued about any movie). For lead actors Tatiana Maslany and Tom Cullen, it very well may have been draining. As a couple in real life, the struggles and pains of their characters’ troubled onscreen relationship must have felt, on one hand, more accessible and, on the other, far more intimate and difficult. Joey Klein, the film’s writer and director, builds on an already restrained tone with muted color motifs and a dour landscape.
Walt Disney Animation Studios’ DVD/Blu-ray digital combo for its latest princess pic, Moana, is absolutely packed with special features. A suitable follow-up to its big-screen release, the take-home version of Moana provides tons of footage from the years leading up to the film, when the filmmakers were visiting Oceania to research the characters, locations and music that would inspire the film.
Makoto Shinkai‘s Your Name is the highest-grossing Japanese film of all-time, and it’s finally coming to the U.S. courtesy of FUNimation Films. The distributor has released two trailers for the film, one in the original Japanese with subtitles and one dubbed in
Sony announced a start date for the long-awaited followup to 2011’s The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, which was directed by David Fincher. Filming is set to begin in September of this year for an October 5th, 2018 theatrical release.
Sony has released a new trailer for Smurfs: The Lost Village, the third big screen adventure for the little blue mushroom-dwellers. After discovering a map, the Smurfs we know head out to find a mysterious lost village where more of their kind
The Weinstein Company has released a new official trailer for Leap!, an animated film following two orphans who are chasing their dreams. Featuring the voices of Elle Fanning, Nat Wolff, Maddie Ziegler, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Mel Brooks, Leap! had been released in