Some new movies coming out, and what looks like may be worth the wait while others, uh not so much.
I would talk about Star Wars but that is talked about in what is seemingly every other blog you look at. We get it. Yeah there’s so much to talk about, but let’s not completely lose our minds.
Starring Sam Rockwell, Amy Ryan, Jermain Clement, Danny Mcbride, and Will Forte. Don Verdean isa person who is hired by an ambtious small town pastor in order to find sacred relics in the Holy Land. A Biblical archaeologist fails to do the task and his attempt to cover up his failure fuels a comic conspiracy. Same filmmaking team who created Napoleon Dynamite, brings an ironic, 80’s vibe. The director almost has the same drive as Gentlmen Broncos. Intrigued and looks like a watchable movie.
Starring Bradley Cooper, as a chef who’s bahvior in the past lost him his restaurant. He redeems himself by moving to London and restarts his job and career where he wants to eventully make the goal of traveling to paris and reaching his potential. Bradley Cooper is just a sensation, I’m not all wrapped into the plot as to what sounds a bit cliche, but for acting purposes he seems worthy for a watch.
Mark Whalberg, and Will Ferrell star in another comedy. A father, and a step father collide in this fun for the whole family movie. I am a fan of both these actors and I don’t know of many people who aren’t but the roles of these actors is gag worthy. I am not interested I wish it was more of Step Brother’s touch to it, and had more raunchiness in it. Maybe once this movie is on Netlfix in like four or five months.
“Obsessed with mob culture, and desperate to fit in, Thomas sets out to fix the 1992 trial of John Gotti. He believes if the plan is executed, it will put him at the center of all.” Starring Patricia Arquette and Domenick Lombardozzi. This movie sounds interesting, and the explanation reels you in. The idea of a character wanting to fit in is interesting to see how well they adapt the feeling it encapsulates to someone’s everyday lives. I’d consider it a watch.
Portrays the life of James Dean. It looks all interesting, but the reviews not so much.. I have heard the movie depicts Dean almost as a villian, and there’s a miss casting to the roles. That is unfortunate when you know a movie has more potential than that.