The Voices (2015) is a strange comedy/horror/thriller starring comedian Ryan Reynolds as a seemingly happy guy who works 9-5 at a bathtub factory. The women in the office find Jerry oddly attractive and his offbeat humor cute, but he could stand to find a few friends.
While he always seems to have something big on the go, A-list actor Matt Damon’s big hit in 2015 was undoubtedly The Martian.
It is no secret that Hollywood often looks to the past for inspiration for new movies. And although the financial crisis of 2007-2008 isn’t too far back in history, apparently it is long enough for Hollywood to justify turning the event into its latest cash cow.
Ideally, the title of this movie should actually be “The Urban Legend of Thomson” rather than "The Legend of Barney Thomson." While it is a very macabre comedy, it does fall into the category of those sort of true horror stories that are shared among friends and neighbors.
For some moviemakers, there comes a point in their careers where people blindly follow and support whatever it is that they make. The Hateful Eight is proof that people have drunk the Quentin Tarantino Kool-Aid and happily hail him as a “can’t miss” filmmaker.
The thing about 13th is that it is something everyone needs to see because the information, backed by undisputable facts, is eye opening. We need to talk about this. We need to talk about how the original The Birth of a Nation
Grimm Love follows a graduate student who currently resides in Germany as she researches Oliver Hagen, a cannibal, for her thesis. This cannibal situation is unlike anything she’s ever heard before.