C’mon, it’s Saturday. Rent something tonight. So what do you want to watch? Well, here’s some suggestions:
The Grand Budapest Hotel – Wes Anderson’s latest delight starring Ralph Fiennes, Jeff Goldblum, Adrian Brody,Willem Dafoe, Edward Norton, and other regulars
Dom Hemingway -Jude Law is virtually unrecognizable in this hilarious and wild tale of an ex-con trying to get back to the world. There’s a car accident scene that is a must see.
Bad Words – Jason Bateman directs and stars as a jerk trying to win a national spelling bee competition. It’s every bit as awesome as you think it would be. Check out my interview with co-star, Kathryn Hahn.
Non-Stop – Liam Neeson kicks ass on a plane. Just like the title suggests, it’s non-stop entertainment.
Trust Me – A revealing and comedic look at the life of a Hollywood agent. Every single role, small or large, is cast with a big name.
The Lego Movie – This is not just a kids movie. Any fan of LEGOs will absolutely love it.
Rich Hill – The most intimate portrait of small town life I’ve ever seen on screen. I’m still thinking about it.
Coherence – If you’re in the mood for a mind-bender, look no further. Fantastically original.
The One I Love – It may seem just like another drama about a struggling couple, but hang on for a twist that’ll knock your socks off. Mark Duplass and Elisabeth Moss.
About Alex – Liz and Jeremy have been raving about this generations, ‘The Big Chill.’ Check out :
- Jeremy’s Review & Interview: ‘About Alex’, The Big Chill for the 20-teens & Footprint Features CEO Adam Saunders Gives Us Some Production Skinny
- Girls on Film Podcast