Burger Fiction’s visual filmography of Matthew McConaughey. He’s gone through dramatically different niches and characters throughout his career, despite the fact that he’s performed almost all of them with the exact same accent. Time is a flat all right all right all Murph.
“I think creativity is a byproduct of not trying so hard.” Director Jennifer Yuh Nelson (Kung Fu Panda 2 & 3) spoke with the Oscars about her style of filmmaking, making art in her free time to keep her creativity burning and how inspiration can come from anywhere.
Director Ron Howard (Apollo 13, A Beautiful Mind) takes us back to the Fab Four’s brief but revolutionary takeover of rock and roll, and music in general. Featuring lots of never-before-seen footage and interviews with Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.
(PG-13) Alexander Skarsgård and Michael Peña play two corrupt cops in New Mexico who get off on blackmailing and framing each and every criminal they meet in this satirical comedy by John Michael McDonagh (The Guard, Calvary).
A soldier is dismissed because of his crippling PTSD and becomes a bodyguard for a rich businessman’s family. His boring routine takes a dark turn when he starts to suspect that someone is after his client. But is it all in his head? And what’s worse?
“Come meet the others.” A teenager discovers that there are children born with peculiar features or abilities. They hide in havens with incredible defensive mechanisms to protect them from powerful enemies. Their best protection? Him.
King Regis of Lucis is forced to marry off his son as part of a peace treaty with the mighty Nilfheim empire. But it was all a ruse – war was coming all along. Now Lucis’ royal guard might be all that’s standing between Nilfheim and the rest of the world.