Best friends/college roommates Devon and Missy crack cold cases on their successful true-crime podcast - but can they solve the most important case of all when their best friend disappears without a trace?
Paris Window is the tense, funny, surreal second film from acclaimed filmmaker Amanda Kramer (Ladyworld). Two siblings' share an unhealthy hermetic existence full of games and codes. All of... See full summary »
Noel David Taylor,
A brilliant painter facing the worst creative block of her life turns to anything she can to complete her masterpiece, spiraling into a hallucinatory hellscape of drugs, sex and murder in the sleazy underbelly of Los Angeles.
A woman goes to the countryside to spend a quiet weekend after losing her job and having her last complicated relationship implode. She rents a country house to an old-fashioned widower, who struggles to hide his psychopathic tendencies.
Richard Bates Jr.
Hayley Marie Norman
Two wanted women decide to rob their wealthy psychotic friend who lives in the fantasy world they created as children; to take the money they have to take part in a deadly perverse game of make believe.
Eight teenage girls become trapped in an endless birthday party after a massive (imaginary?) earthquake. The girls' sanity and psyches dissolve as they run out of food and water. Eventually, they regress to their baser instincts, exploiting each other's fears and insecurities.
This film is getting a lot of unnecessary politically charged criticism that has really nothing to do with what makes this film "broken" for a lack of a better word. The acting is so-so. I at least believe them often enough that I forgive a bad reading here or there. There are plenty of loose metaphors scattered about and really this is the main issue. This film wanders in a setting that's to small to really get going.
And there is the major "elephant in the room"... regrading the windows.... ugh. I get it "wUt iF wE GEt cOMfoRtableeeeeee."
If you watch a lot of movies already give this a shot maybe you'll get something out of it. If you're a more casual viewer skip it
Its 'Lord of the flies' meets 'The Hole'
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