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- Christopher Campbell
Here’s your first look at the brand new trailer for The Confirmation starring Clive Owen, Jaeden Lieberher, Matthew Modine, Patton Oswalt, Robert Forster, Stephen Tobolowsky, Tim Blake Nelson, and Maria Bello.
Clive Owen shines in this irresistible comedy as Walt, a down-on-his luck carpenter tasked with entertaining his eight-year-old son Anthony while Anthony’s mom (Maria Bello) and her new husband are away. But when Walt’s prized toolbox is stolen, a quiet father-and-son weekend turns into an adventure of a lifetime.
- Michelle McCue
On the face of it, it’s a simple story of a boy bonding with his father. But, like all good writing, there is a great deal more to be found, just below the surface – as the new trailer for The Confirmation corroborates. Divorce, past misdeeds, the perception of others, the quest for redemption – this film, that stars Clive Owen, would seem to encompass everything about moving forward in life, and embracing uncertainty. All of that adds up to something that has the potential to be a wonderfully life-affirming experience.
Written and directed by Bob Nelson – whose screenplay for 2013’s Nebraska earned him an Academy Award nomination – The Confirmation sees Jordan Lieberher (Aloha), Matthew Modine (Proof), Robert Forster (Olympus Has Fallen), Stephen Tobolowsky (The Goldbergs) and Tim Blake Nelson (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) join Clive Owen (The Knick), Maria Bello (Prisoners) and Patton Oswalt (Young Adult) in the cast. This is the directorial debut of Nelson, »
- Sarah Myles
Directors, actors and all manner of people working in film want an Oscar nomination not just for the prestige, but also because it can give their career some major juice. No one had heard much of Bob Nelson prior to his scoring a nomination for the screenplay for Alexander Payne's "Nebraska," but he used that momentum to write and direct his feature directorial debut "The Confirmation," and the first trailer for the film has arrived. Read More: The 100 Most Anticipated Films Of 2016 Starring Clive Owen, Maria Bello, Patton Oswalt, Jaeden Lieberher, Matthew Modine, Robert Forster, Stephen Tobolowsky and Tim Blake Nelson, the picture follows a two-day hang between an 8 year old and his estranged father. Here's the official synopsis: Clive Owen shines in this irresistible comedy as Walt, a down-on-his luck carpenter tasked with entertaining his eight-year-old son Anthony while Anthony’s mom (Maria Bello) and her new husband. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Last year, /Film readers and /Filmcast listeners helped me finance and make a film with Stephen Tobolowsky. Soon afterwards, FilmBuff picked us up for distribution. Figuring out how to distribute a film is never an easy process. There are countless decisions to be made about timing of release, which platforms to use, and how to […]
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- David Chen
5 items from 2016
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