Ad Astra opens up in a few weeks, if you can wait that long.
There's no SciFi on TV even! I think it is indicative of how fucked the world is when nobody sees any value in creating futuristic hope or futuristic dystopia with the sci fi genre. It is like the canary in the coal mine.Ad Astra opens up in a few weeks, if you can wait that long.
I've been a fan of Joaquim ever since watching him play a raging alcoholic who gets drawn into the cultish world of a writer played by Philip Seymour Hoffman in The Master.Holy crap, Joker is probably one of the best movies of the year. With the competition it's up against, that's no small claim. It is extremely timely for today's political and pop culture landscapes.
Dead serious; Joaquim Phoenix should bag a best actor nomination when awards season comes around.
that's the exact story - Heart of Darkness with a sci fi template over it.SO is it just me or does Ad Astra look like Heart of Darkness/Apocalypse now in space - some dude goes "native" and they send someone to go get him??
I'm struggling to remember when the last time a Guy Ritchie movie had me excited. Not since RockNRolla, I think.
Blade Runner's November 2019 date has finally arrived since its theatrically release in 1982. Anyway, the Cinesphere is showing it this weekend in IMAX. I've seen the sequel in IMAX, but I can't say I've been lucky enough to see the original in IMAX before. I will definitely be there this weekend.
from a nostalgia standpoint I did enjoy it but it was far too long and too slow to keep anyone's attention. Acting as you said was on point and visually it was well done but it felt like nothing special. Certainly not anywhere near Goodfella's ( I see lots of people making this comparision).seen The Irishman twice, once at home, and first in the theatre.
I Love Pesci in this.
Gonna be tough come Oscar time between this , that dumb Brad Pitt movie, and Teh Jokester.