“Funny Games” is about two well-dressed gentlemen that want to play a game. A wonderfully uncomfortable version of the cliché family goes on vacation horror movie. Michael Pitt (Boardwalk Empire) will creep you out so badly you’ll never buy eggs again. You’ll see what I mean.
“Fifty Shades Of Grey” was terrible, right? Shot around New York City, Michael Fassbender (who plays Steve Jobs in an upcoming film) attempts to satisfy his never-ending sexual addiction. “Shame” is about the human nature of need. Grab your wife and hide your kids! This film is definitely NSFW.
The Place Beyond the Pines
Call out of work, turn your car around and watch “The Place Beyond the Pines”. Ryan Gosling is a motorcycling stunt riding badass. He meets Bradley Cooper, an ambitious rookie cop, who is navigating a department ruled by a corrupt detective. “The Place Beyond the Pines” is long (140min), but is split into two wonderful parts. It plays out like a great page-turner of a novel but is, in fact, an original screenplay.
Whoa! “I Origins” made me write a will at 3am sober. “I Origins” is about true love, life after death, and reincarnation. After watching “I Origins” you will start to second-guess both your scientific and spiritual beliefs.
Enter the Void
What happens when you die? According to “The Tibetan Book Of Death”, which “Enter the Void” loosely mirrors, your spirit floats over your loved ones, as you watch helplessly. “Enter the Void” is filmed in first person, through the eyes of a dude who does hallucinogens until he dies an untimely death. Trippy.
The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman
“The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman” stars Shia LaBeouf. After his mother passes, he decides to travel abroad to find himself. Once there, he falls in love with the wrong woman. The soundtrack is equally dope. This is an absolute adventure on your couch.
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