“I’ll do anything I can to get the best results possible. I’m not worried about dying.” From the producer of the critically-acclaimed documentaries Senna and Amy comes an unprecedented look at the drivers, the teams, and the families behind Formula 1 racing.
(PG-13: Language) The early 1930s. The FBI has failed to capture the infamous robbers Bonnie and Clyde. Two Texas Rangers are brought in to try and put an end to the notorious couple’s exploits. Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson star in this Netflix film. Premieres 3/29/19.
(PG-13: Language) Screen Junkies pokes fun at this year’s Academy Award nominees and the controversies revolving the ceremony itself. Take your pick from movies with lessons that are obvious yet still unheeded. And Black Panther. Yes it deserves to be there, so stop it.
Willem Dafoe sat down with GQ to talk about his most memorable characters, from Spider-Man‘s Green Goblin to The Last Temptation of Christ’s Jesus. Even if you’re not familiar with his work, this is still a must watch because of Dafoe’s passion and generosity.
(SPOILERS) In the thriller Searching, a desperate father searches his missing daughter’s laptop for clues. The movie consists only of shots of device screens. Lessons from the Screenplay shows how the filmmakers adapted to and embraced this perspective.
A woman goes to prison for 5 years for protecting her small-time gangster boyfriend. Upon her release, she seeks him out to continue their relationship. Jia Zhangke’s critically–acclaimed drama is about two people being shaped by larger forces. Premieres 3/15/19.
(SPOILERS) “Life is more than just what is. It’s what could be. What you could make it.” ScreenPrism points out that Bird Box and A Quiet Place don’t just have similar sci-fi plots. They also both reflect what it’s like to be a parent in modern times.
Lessons from the Screenplay explores the legendary February movie Groundhog Day. Instead of adding twists or a deus ex machina, the movie fully explores its premise – what if someone had all the time in the world? – without being boring or predictable.
Based on a short story by Cixin Liu, the big budget Chinese sci-fi film The Wandering Earth sees the Sun dying. Humans build massive engines to fly the entire planet to another star. But disaster strikes when the engines shut down, and collision with Jupiter is imminent.
Chiwetel Ejiofor stars and directs in this Netflix adaptation of William Kamkwamba’s eponymous memoir. As a teenager, William helped his family in Southeast Africa gain access to water and electricity by building a windmill out of junk parts. Premieres 3/1/19.
In The Hummingbird Project, Jesse Eisenberg and Alexander Skarsgård play venture capitalists. They want to build a fiber-optic line from Kansas straight to New York to give their clients an edge in the stock market. But their former boss catches on and copies their idea.
With a title like The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot, you’d think this movie is a comedy or an over-the-top action flick. Then you see it stars Sam Elliott. Early reviews say it’s more about a weary man who doesn’t find joy in his achievements. Premieres 2/8/19.