Any adventure that cites surreal artists Max Ernst and Salvador Dali while attempting to literally find a new beat with gamers is worth a try, and I’m definitely excited to see if Beat The Game delivers on its promise.
Adam Sandler’s been the butt of many a cinema snob’s jokes (including mine) as the comedian has put out his share of critically drubbed movies (Pixels and Jack and Jill head the list). But maybe we’ve been a bit too harsh on Sandler (I know I have), and he’s getting amazing buzz at the Cannes Film Festival for his work in The Meyerowitz Stories (it’s written and directed by Noah Baumbach).
Chris Evans, recently seen in the Fox Searchlight feature “Gifted,” has signed onto The Red Sea Diving Resort. Details on the film are found after the jump!
Playing this week at Laemmle’s Royal Theatre, “Panique” is a French classic where romanticism and existentialism collide like bumper cars, leaving various victims in its wake. A new digital restoration, coupled with the film’s nuanced storytelling, are just several reasons to check out this unforgettable cinematic experience.
Unless you’ve led a charmed life, high school is oftentimes an extremely testing and soul crushing experience. Thanks to its memorable moniker, the animated film My Entire High School Sinking Into The Sea has my attention. Details on the film and its release is available after the jump!
A billionaire playboy and business and a vigilante at night, Bruce Wayne is the “dark knight” of the DC Universe. Created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger back in 1939, Batman continues to gain momentum thanks to his stature in comic books, cinema, and video games. No matter which corner you turn, the Caped Crusader is just a few steps away!