Here are a few cinematic arguments for living in complete isolation out in the woods somewhere, far away from civilization and demented incestuous siblings who keep cannibal children hidden away in the basement. Put the house up for sale and settle in.
The adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson’s early novel is a likable and spirited pre-gonzo romp but ultimately too watered-down to truly “take the bastards down.”
October comes to a close with The Rum Diary, In Time, Like Crazy and Anonymous.
We saw in a dream that you wanted a list of movies that feature guys and girls with telepathy and other psychic powers, so we thought we’d oblige as soon as possible lest we become tormented with more visions of your intense wanting. Develop your sixth sense on Netflix.
Johnny Depp is back and not as a pirate! From the debut novel by Hunter S. Thompson, the increasingly unhinged story of journalist Paul Kemp. Tiring of New York Kemp travels to Puerto Rico to write for a local newspaper. Adopting the rum-soaked life of the island, Paul soon becomes involved with a shady business man and obsessed with his fiancee. It all gets more complicated from there.
The most adventurous sci-fi film to be released since District 9, it is also the best war film since Saving Private Ryan. If there has been a movie released this year that was worth the cost of admission, this is it.
Here’s the second trailer for the upcoming Battle: Los Angeles. With a creepy song and non-stop explosions, this trailer is pretty compelling. The alien blockbuster hits theaters in March.
Damn, aliens must really hate California. Check out the trailer for Battle: Los Angeles and decide for yourself if Aaron Eckhart and Michelle Rodriguez can save Los Angeles…again.