Title: Truth or Dare (2018) Director: Jeff Wadlow Writers: Jillian Jacobs , Michael Reisz Stars: Lucy Hale, Tyler Posey, Violett Beane
“Truth or Dare” Movie story about a group of teenagers friends, enjoy a party to play a game of “‘Truth or Dare” but the game gets out of hand when one of the party attendees is mocked by the other teenagers A few months later they are all invited to a party that Felix is throwing in his parents’ mansion
Title: Backstabbing for Beginners (2018) Director: Per Fly Writers: Per Fly, Daniel Pyne Stars: Theo James, Ben Kingsley, Jacqueline Bisset
Michael is an young idealist man who gets the job of his life by becoming the coordinator of the UN’s Oil-for-Food Program. After a war program he discovers that he is participating in a multi-million dollar fraud in which corrupt diplomats. Initially Michael has the support of his boss and mentor, but when he realizes that corruption reaches the highest levels, he knows that the only way to stop fraud is to reveal everything.
Title: Bad Kids of Crestview Academy (2017) Movie Director: Ben Browder Writers: Barry Wernick (screenplay), James R. Hallam (screenplay) Stars: Sammi Hanratty, Colby Arps, Sophia Taylor Ali
Six students from an exclusive American college, Crestview Academy, attend an afternoon of punishment. However, little by little they will die one by one; Everything seems to have to do with the spirit of an old Indian who expropriated their lands to make the library in which now the students are punished.
Director: Cate Shortland Writers: Shaun Grant (screenplay), Melanie Joosten (novel) Stars: Teresa Palmer, Max Riemelt, Lucie Aron
Clare (Teresa Palmer) is an Australian photographer who is on vacation in Berlin. There he meets Andi (Max Riemelt), a charismatic young man who soon gains the girl’s attention. The attraction between them is instantaneous and end up spending the night together. However, Clare wakes up the next morning alone and trapped in Andi’s apartment.
Director: Brian Goodman Writers: Marc Frydman, Justin Stanley Stars: Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Piper Perabo, Antonio Banderas
Paul (Antonio Banderas) is a writer at low hours who one day picks up a tramp (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) and offers to stay with him in his secluded log cabin. But the stranger decides to take Paul as a hostage and forces him to write all his intimate secrets, buried for years
Director: Tom Ford Writers: Tom Ford (screenplay), Austin Wright (novel) Stars: Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Shannon
Nocturnal Animals is the adaptation of the novel Tony and Susan of Austin Wright. It tells the story of Susan Morrow, a woman who lives with a doctor after having left her first husband. One day she receives a package containing the first novel of her ex along with a note asking her to read it, since she was always his best critic. Susan accepts and immerses herself in the narrative, a story about a teacher and her family whose life changes after a meeting on the road.The novel catches her in such a way that she realizes that her life is missing something and she begins to relive her past and question her future Continue reading →
Director: Karyn Kusama Writers: Phil Hay, Matt Manfredi Stars: Logan Marshall-Green, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Michiel Huisman
PLOT: The Invitation is a thriller movie. This movie breaks all sorts of schemes and directed by filmmaker Karyn. This psychological thriller movie focuses on the character of Logan Marshall-Green.
Will, which is invited to a dinner at the home of his ex-wife Eden. Both had maintained a good relationship until a tragedy caused lost his son. At two years, having gone and having broken all contact with him, surprised that he had the detail to invite you to a dinner with several friends where she will meet her new husband, David. The modus operandi of his wife and the mystery that lurks in each of those invited will be the trigger for Will begins to suspect if there’s some dark motive behind the invitation. Continue reading →
Director: Nicolas Winding Refn Writers: Nicolas Winding Refn (story by), Nicolas Winding Refn (screenplay) Stars: Elle Fanning, Christina Hendricks, Keanu Reeves
PLOT: The career of Nicolas Winding Refn seem to be marked by controversy, his films can cause anything but indifference. Drive and Only God Forgives are two good examples of this. His style is characterized by a poetic air and there are many ways to tell a story, theirs no longer the original tremendously. Detractors also has, perhaps being accused of pretentious. One does not choose neither one side nor the other, each film is different, and as such try analysis.
The Neon Demon is masterful in both its conception and realization. It has an air of ochentero video clip, without it being at all pejorative. He dares to entangle the lofty images with a background that bare the lowest human instincts, something like The Tree of Life Terrence Malick bridging the gap. A good budget helps to stage the project, and get this, whether we like it or not, it is a plus point. Continue reading →