Visually, this is one of the most stunning films I’ve ever seen. Having seen many of those lately, it’s easy to blow me off when I say that, but “Bardo: False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths” is different. You could watch this movie without the sound on and still understand it. Unless you’re fluent in Spanish, you are anyway; since the subtitles fly by so quickly it’s hard to catch what they’re saying. But that’s okay. You don’t really need them. The sound design, cinematography and editing are impeccable, creating for you a world you’re still determining is real.
An overgrown field and a stretch of highway connect a series of grisly murders spanning several decades as grieving families search for answers.
Director: Jessica Dimmock (Captive Audience, Flint Town) and Executive Producer Joe Berlinger comes the next chapter of CRIME SCENE.
Starring: Gabi Adickes, Hannah Bittick, Taye Cannon
Executive Producers: Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Joe Berlinger, Sara Bernstein, Justin Wilkes, Jon Kamen, Jon Doran, Jen Isaacson, Leslie Mattingly, Jessica Dimmock
Genres: TV Mini-Series, Crime, Drama, Documentary
Episodes: 3 X 50
The Noel Diary
DIRECTOR: Charles Shyer
STARRING: Justin Hartley, Barrett Doss, Essence Atkins with Bonnie Bedelia and James Remar
GENRES: Comedy, Drama, Romance
OFFICIAL TRAILER DEBUT
AND UNCLE FESTER REVEAL
Showrunners / Executive Producers / Writers: Alfred Gough & Miles Millar Director
Executive Producer: Tim Burton
Cast: Jenna Ortega (Wednesday Addams), Gwendoline Christie (Principal Larissa Weems), Jamie McShane (Sheriff Galpin), Percy Hynes White (Xavier Thorpe), Hunter Doohan (Tyler Galpin), Emma Myers (Enid Sinclair), Joy Sunday (Bianca Barclay), Naomi J Ogawa (Yoko Tanaka), Moosa Mostafa (Eugene Ottinger), Georgie Farmer (Ajax Petropolus), Riki Lindhome (Dr. Valerie Kinbott) with Christina Ricci (Marilyn Thornhill)
“Blonde,” a Marilyn Monroe biopic with fictional moments taken from the Joyce Carol Oates novel thrown in, didn’t give me what I expected it would. It gave me so much more. Having never felt one way or another about Marilyn Monroe, I assumed I’d be viewing a movie about her life that would have a revelation or two. I expected information about how she started in the business and to learn a little about her childhood. Perhaps this movie would dig a little deeper, but even so, that would be that.
Welcome to a new generation of deception. Twelve players work together in challenges to add money to a pot that only one of them will win.
But there’s a catch — one player will sabotage the rest.
Who is The Mole? Find out when this three-week event kicks off on October 7! Read more
“Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” from Netflix
Director: Rian Johnson
Writer: Rian Johnson
Cast: Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., Jessica Henwick, Madelyn Cline with Kate Hudson and Dave Bautista
Run Time: 2h 19m
Genres: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Producers: Ram Bergman, Rian Johnson
Executive Producer: Tom Karnowski
Another fabulous thriller from Netflix, starring Mila Kunis and Connie Britton.
Directed by: Mike Barker
Written by: Jessica Knoll
Starring: Mila Kunis, Connie Britton, Jennifer Beals, Finn Wittrock
Run Time: 1h 55m
Genres: Drama, Mystery, Thriller