DTF (2020 Documentary)

DTF (2020 Documentary)

Some things don’t always go according to plan. That’s a statement filmmaker Al Bailey seems like he’d be familiar with, as his new documentary DTF really wanders from its original premise. The set-up is following his air pilot friend “Christian” as he flies around the world, hooking up with women on Tinder, and we see this in the first part of the film as “Christian’s” dates are documented.

Need for Speed (2014)

Released: March 14, 2014. Directed by: Scott Waugh. Starring: Aaron Paul, Dominic Cooper, Imogen Poots. Runtime: 132 min. Need for Speed (based on the popular gaming franchise) is about as conventional as these crime actioners come. Since the game franchise of the same name doesn't really have a storyline, and is just racing during dynamic gameplay [...]

Box Office Predictions: November 30 – December 2

  The sequel to 2009's The Collector. This sort of has a similar atmosphere to the Saw serial, without all the moral dilemmas, and just more torture porn. The Collector opened to $3.5 million, and grossed $7.7 million. That was well-appreciated by audience members, so I anticipate this to gross more than the first. People [...]

November 23-25 Box Office Predictions

Plot: A love story between influential filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock and wife Alma Reville during the filming of Psycho in 1959. Hitchcock is the much anticipated biopic of Alfred Hitchcock that depicts his relationship with his wife during the making of 1960's Psycho. Anthony Hopkins seems quite fitting and chilling in the role. It's hitting sixteen [...]

Flight (2012) Review

Flight Release Date: November 2, 2012 Director: Robert Zemeckis Stars: Denzel Washington, Kelly Reilly, Don Cheadle Runtime: 138 min Finally, Robert Zemeckis has returned, after twelve years, to directing real people (at least he didn't generally disappear from the directing game like James Cameron did for twelve freaking years). Zemeckis' last live-action film was 2000's [...]

November 2-4 Box Office Predictions

Everyone, prepare yourselves for lower-than-usual box office earnings this weekend. This is because of Hurricane Sandy attacking the East Coast of the U.S. My prayers do go out to you folks; but (Read this in John Travolta's singing voice from Grease) Oh Sandy, why-y-y-y [did you have to make all those movie theatres lose power]? [...]