Streaming Release: May 29, 2020 on Amazon Prime
“The Vast of Night” follows the nighttime adventures of two people in a very tiny town beset by mysteries. This is wonderful original science-fiction independent production that seems destined to be reaching for higher places. The setting is in the early 1950’s in a small town located in New Mexico. But the real heart of this film is in the fine line that it walks between homage to early TV shows (“The Twilight Zone”, “The Outer Limits”) and the nostalgic embrace of past eras — such as seen in “American Graffiti” and even “Stranger Things”.
Movie Trailer For: 13 Reasons Why: The Final Season
Starring: Dylan Minnette, Katherine Langford, Christian Navarro
Announced earlier this week: To celebrate its final season and the graduating high school Class of 2020, the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why has partnered with the scholarship app Scholly to give away $50,000 in college scholarships.
The scholarship will recognize 10 students who have demonstrated leadership in mental health awareness and advocacy and other areas of student wellness.
Students can apply on the website MyScholly.com/13ReasonsWhy.
Entries must be submitted by June 5th, 2020.
In Maine, there’s a little fishing town called Easter Cove. It turns out the tiny town holds many secrets; secrets that the young, teenage Mary Beth (Sophie Lowe) and Priscilla Connolly (Morgan Saylor) are about to discover.
“The Rhythm Section” is a movie that imagines itself as the new ‘Jason Bourne’. But it winds up being more like a ‘Jason Boring’. The root of the story is a personal tragedy that first numbs the main character and turns her into a drug addict. But after learning some information about the tragedy, it then motivates her to become a steely-eyed professional assassin. Read more
I know the holiday movie for you to see this weekend. Presents have been opened, bellies are full, so it’s time to get out of the house. Since we’re still with the family we’ve been stuck in the house with for the last few days; I suggest you go see ‘Uncut Gems’ with them. I’ll recommend it as a high-grade film.