Neue Trailer zum großartig aussehenden The Art of Self Defense von Riley Stearns, dessen Kurzfilm The Cub ich vor ein paar Jahren gebloggt hatte, eine minimalistische Vignette über ein Wolfskind. Den Nachfolger und Stearns ersten abendfüllenden Film Faults habe ich (noch) nicht gesehen, werde das nach dem Trailer aber nachholen und mir den Namen merken.
A dark comedy set in the world of karate. The film centers on Casey (Jesse Eisenberg), who is attacked at random on the street and enlists in a local dojo led by a charismatic and mysterious Sensei (Alessandro Nivola), in an effort to learn how to defend himself. What he uncovers is a sinister world of fraternity, violence and hypermasculinity and a woman (Imogen Poots) fighting for her place in it. Casey undertakes a journey, both frightening and darkly funny, that will place him squarely in the sights of his enigmatic new mentor.
Ansonsten neue Clips zu David Finchers Animationsanthologie Love Death + Robots, zum DeLorean-Biopic Framing John DeLorean, zum Couchgammler-Drama Relaxer, zu X-Men: Dark Phoenix, zu Netflix’ indischer Serie Delhi Crime, zum Showbiz-Film Late Night sowie zum Lesben-Drama Tell it to the Bees.
Militarized werewolves, interstellar aliens, demons from hell and more are unleashed in 18 NSFW animated stories.
Money, power, politics, drugs, scandal, and fast cars. The incredible story of John DeLorean is the stuff of a Hollywood screenwriter’s dreams. But who was the real John DeLorean? To some, he was a renegade visionary who revolutionized the automobile industry. To others, he was the ultimate con man. For the first time, Framing John DeLorean recounts the extraordinary life and legend of the controversial automaker, tracing his meteoric rise through the ranks of General Motors, his obsessive quest to build a sports car that would conquer the world, and his shocking fall from grace on charges of cocaine trafficking. Interweaving a treasure trove of archival footage with dramatic vignettes starring Alec Baldwin, Framing John DeLorean is a gripping look at a man who gambled everything in his pursuit of the American Dream.
Doom and gloom are on the way. The Y2K apocalypse can’t be stopped. Abbie’s older brother issues him the ultimate challenge before it goes down: beat the infamous level 256 in Pac-Man and no getting up from the couch until he does so. Abbie’s survival story begins here; inside a rotting living room with no food or water, and a revolving door of numb-nut friends and acquaintances. It’s THE EXTERMINATING ANGEL by way of SLACKER.
Jean Grey begins to develop incredible powers that corrupt and turn her into a Dark Phoenix. Now the X-Men will have to decide if the life of a team member is worth more than all the people living in the world.
In 2012, a heinous crime enraged a whole country. Based on the case files of the Delhi Police, the story follows the unfailing determination of Varthika Chaturvedi, the investigating officer, to find the perpetrators of the crime. This time, the hunt is personal.
Katherine Newbury (Emma Thompson) is a pioneer and legendary host on the late-night talk-show circuit. When she’s accused of being a “woman who hates women,” she puts affirmative action on the to-do list, and—presto!—Molly (Mindy Kaling) is hired as the one woman in Katherine’s all-male writers’ room. But Molly might be too little too late, as the formidable Katherine also faces the reality of low ratings and a network that wants to replace her. Molly, wanting to prove she’s not simply a diversity hire who’s disrupting the comfort of the brotherhood, is determined to help Katherine by revitalizing her show and career—and possibly effect even bigger change at the same time. LATE NIGHT is in theaters June 7th.
With her failing marriage and young son, Lydia (Grainger) starts to bond with the towns new doctor Jean (Paquin), who bonds with Lydia’s son after he takes an interest in her bee colonies. However, in 1950s rural Scotland, the women’s relationship raises questions after the mother and son start to live with her after they get evicted.