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Writer-director Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals is a movie that clearly fancies itself hip and ingenious, but ends up as flabby as the middle-aged obese women that dance naked in slow motion during the opening credits.
With Nocturnal Animals, Ford presents a dual storyline that alternates between a Texas-set Bronson-esque revenge tale and an arty Lynch/Refn-inspired look at the ugliness of modern life. Amy Adams stars as Susan, a wealthy but sad Los Angeles art gallery owner (those naked chubbettes are an exhibit) married to Hutton (Armie Hammer), an unfaithful stockbroker with money problems. One day a manuscript is delivered to Susan, a novel titled Nocturnal Animals, dedicated to her and written by her former husband Edward (Jake Gyllenhaal) who she has not spoken to in 19 years. She lays down to read it and suddenly we are in the book, where math professor Tony (Gyllenhaal again), is driving through »
- Tom Stockman
Villordsutch reviews Star Trek: Boldly Go #1…
Star Trek’s 50th Anniversary Celebration continues with this all-new series following the adventures of Captain Kirk and the iconic crew! New worlds! New species! New ships! And a new danger unlike anything the Federation has encountered before! Boldly go into a new era of Star Trek!
See Also: Check out a preview of Star Trek: Boldly Go #1 here
Today is the start of something special, as it’s out with the rule book, or in this case story consultant Robert Orci, and in with the new. ‘What’s new?’ you’re possibly wondering. Well anyone that has the subscription cover from Tony Shasteen will see it straight away, but for those that don’t Mike Johnson now has a very big universe to play in.
The crew of the Enterprise is scattered amongst the stars, for they are no longer the crew of the Enterprise. »
The second half of the eighties brought about major changes to my young life in that my family and I gathered up all of our humble belongings and moved to the southernmost part of Texas to be closer to my grandparents who had relocated back to Mexico. With the home video revolution in full swing, those years in particular would be the ones in which I would take the horror curiosity that had been instilled in me by my father and begin to seek it out and both slowly discover all of the amazing films that the decade had to offer and to fill my brain with as much of it as I could…without being caught, of course. From the ages of eleven to eighteen, everything that encompassed horror on VHS was my life. At every turn, there was an establishment that offered video rentals whether it was a supermarket, »
- Leonel VHS
3 items from 2016
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