The reason why I’m banging about Apostle two months after it came out, is because I don’t want anyone to miss this interesting movie.
Apostle was a nice little surprise from the Welsh director of The Raid and the segment Safe Haven of V/H/S 2. It started streaming on Netflix just in time for Halloween on October 12, but the reason why I’m banging about this two months after it came out, is because I don’t want anyone to miss this interesting movie.
A murder mystery from HBO which ticks all the boxes.
HBO can do no wrong. They always distribute great shows and Sharp Objects is no exception. Sometimes there is nothing like a good murder mystery and this one has it all. Suspenseful, nostalgic, weird and great performances.
Spiritual, stunning and performances to match.
Mary Magdalene is a movie that won't be too appealing to the masses unless you're religious or spiritual, but with Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix on board and Garth Davis (Lion) as director, there is one reason to watch but it sure shouldn’t be the only one because even if you aren’t religious, you could still be left stunned by its beauty.
Just like with a tub of Pringles, once you pop The Sinner, you just won't be able to stop.
If you want to start watching The Sinner, I suggest you do it as soon as you wake up on a day that you have no other plans. This series is gripping from the very first chapter and it is hard not to push that ‘play next episode’ button once you get going. These people know how to make the most jaw dropping cliff-hangers.
A poignant, poetic look in the life of a bus driver and his hippie wife.
I'm a huge Jim Jarmusch fan. The style and substance of his stories always have a beautiful, quiet quality to them. Whether it's Johnny Depp's dying accountant in Dead Man, Forest Whitaker's mafia hitman in Ghost Dog or Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston's vampire love story in Only Lovers Left Alive – Jim's films all have some poetic theme on the surface. Paterson is no different.