I will always regard 2012 as a great year for writers, as far as the cinema was concerned.
Tag: Drama Films
“How the heck did this get made?” you may be asking in the cinema with hand placed against your bored frumpy face. For Hollywood magician Nancy Meyers, it’s her simple trick of money, nepotism, and vacations written off as a movie.
Your plane goes hurdling towards the ground, you face an almost certain death – if not by the impact itself, but by being stuck in the wilderness with no supplies. So what do you do? You fall in love.
Cult hero Tommy Wiseau stars in this hilarious video for American fashion chain Urban Outfitters, and it highlights his eccentricities perfectly.
Take one sketchy Australian film industry, raise two expected mental health archetypes, then toss them all into one safe indie motion picture. It seems impossible to impress. But what if it works?
Princess Diana’s (Naomi Watts) life has hit rock bottom since her separation from Prince Charles. Unable to see much of her sons, labelled a public enemy by the Royal Family, and always seen as a bankable bimbo by the tabloids, Diana’s once fairytale lifestyle has been reduced to one of isolation, guilt and crippling un-fulfilment.
The Only Living Boy in New York is a new drama film directed by Marc Webb and stars Callum Turner, Jeff Bridges, Cynthia Nixon, Kate Beckinsale and Pierce Brosnan.
Roman J Israel, Esq. is the second film from director Dan Gilroy, who brought us the outstanding 2014 film, Nightcrawler.
Jessica Chastain stars in talented screenwriter Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut Molly’s Game, in what looks to be an equally intriguing and entertaining film based on a true story.
Oldman looks to be in career-best form in the role of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, in the upcoming film from Joe Wright, Darkest Hour.
The third installment in the Fifty Shades film franchise, Fifty Shades Freed, is set to be released just in time for Valentines Day 2018.
It’s been 3 years since Darren Aronofsky’s last film Noah (2014) – which was a disaster – but the famous filmmaker also known for Black Swan (2010) and Requiem for a Dream (2000) is once again making headlines with his new film, Mother!
After the horrific event that was the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, everyone was talking about one of the most graphic photos to be portrayed in the news.
Blake Lively and Jason Clarke star in the upcoming drama/thriller All I See is You, a film that may have you wondering if you’re better off being blind.