One of the drawbacks of attempting to watch a movie a day is, if you’re a horrible planner, you’ll spend a lot of wasted time wondering which movie you’ll want to see on that given day. Close to an hour of Netflix browsing led me to Between Us, which I initially viewed as an insightful, if not innocuous romantic comedy toplined by Ben Feldman and Olivia Thirlby. My expectations for the film were low, and thank goodness the don’t judge a book by its cover take applied to this first rate narrative. Review below!!
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Now out on Blu-ray and DVD, Just Before I Go is Courteney Cox’s feature directorial debut. Though suicide plays a big part in its narrative, Cox and writer David Flebotte understand that even the most inappropriate (and funny) humor surfaces during one’s darkest hour.
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Debuting Tuesday, April 28 on Blu-ray and DVD, The Wedding Ringer (R, 101 minutes) features Kevin Hart as Jimmy Callahan, a skilled “best man” for hire. Jimmy, however, has the biggest challenge of his career as he must also find also find seven groomsmen for his latest client, the friendless Doug Harris (The Comedians’ Josh Gad).
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Courteney Cox, who has directed episodes of her recent series Cougar Town (it had its series finale late March) and the Lifetime TV movie Talhotblond, steps behind the camera once again with the feature Just Before I Go.
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Dylan Thomas once penned that “though lovers be lost, love shall not,” and with director Victor Levin’s delightful and achingly romantic 5 to 7, two people find each other amidst New York’s busied streets, ready for adventure.
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Opening in theaters April 13, 5 to 7 centers Brian (Anton Yelchin), a struggling New York writer who is romantically involved with Arielle (Bérénice Marlohe) a married woman with a liberated view on relationships. Their bond is immediate (some would say love at first sight), and for two hours a day they continue to fall deeper in love with each other.
Continue reading Exclusive: Bérénice Marlohe Talks Eternal Love & “5 to 7” Experience