The Equalizer 3
Sound of Freedom
The Nun 2
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3
A Haunting in Venice
El Conde (Netflix)
Strange Way of Life (Almodovar short film)
The Expendables 4
Stop Making Sense (re-release)
Spy Kids: Armageddon (Netflix)
The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar (Wes Anderson short film) (Netflix)
The Old Oak
Don’t forget this gem, coming out on Netflix in a couple of weeks
Not to be confused with this Netflix release also this month
Love at First Sight is an upcoming American romantic comedy film directed by Vanessa Caswill, from a screenplay by Katie Lovejoy, based upon the 2011 novel The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith. It stars Haley Lu Richardson, Ben Hardy, Dexter Fletcher, Rob Delaney, Sally Phillips and Jameela Jamil.
In November 2020, Haley Lu Richardson joined the cast of the film, with Vanessa Caswill directing from a screenplay by Katie Lovejoy, based upon the 2011 novel The ...
Or Chose Love, a Netflix chose your own story rom-com that was released yesterday.
Literally only just realised that the new Lanthimos film is based on the proper good Alasdair Gray novel Poor Things. Fuck, it’s gonna be amazing
Reviews are out today and they are all glowing. I am so relieved as honestly the trailer looked like it could go either way
Was supposed to be out on 8th September as well
- stupid studios delaying stuff because they want to shaft actors
Gives me a chance to read the novel first at least!
Love Tony Leung, so many great performances in so many great films
When tf is Bottoms coming out
on Prime ‘later this year’ I think
That’ll be two for two of that director’s films not coming to UK cinemas if so
Hopefully it gets a limited release!
What if there was a sudden rush to turn photobooks into films ??
Don’t let the word “bike” fool you. In Jeff Nichols’ “The Bikeriders,” the wheels in question are choppers — good, all-American motorcycles, built from the ground up by tough guys in leather jacket…
Past Lives is a really stunning piece of work. It’s not flashy but the montages to show the passing of time are dealt with incredibly deftly. Considering it’s a fairly new director it’s a very solid piece of work.
Along with Passages it’s nice to have some decent ‘grownup’ cinema around for want of a better word.