Hello internet user.Â It’s Newsletter Time Again!
I hope you all had a pleasant Friday the 13th/Valentine’s Day combo weekend. It’s pretty much spring now. I walked to work without a jacket on today and it’s February. Yikes. Anyhow, we got a bunch of new releases this week including a lot of Oscar-nominated titles and two movies with Naomi Watts.
THE NEW RELEASES
Michael Keaton plays an aging ex-superhero actor which is probably not a stretch for the former Mr. Batman. Supposedly good. Nominated for 9 academy awards!
The Theory of Everything
This Stephen Hawking biopic covers his early life at Cambridge, relationship with his wife, later life, crippling disease and scientific accomplishments. Based on the memoir written by his wife Jane Hawking. Nominated for 5 Oscars. If you’re in to Mr. Hawking’s work you should also check out the many science documentaries of his we have in stock.
Curmudgeonly, hard-drinking, gambling old-man Bill Murray befriends a young neighbour boy with a single mother. Nominated for no academy awards, but academy awards don’t really mean anything.
Seth Rogen and James Franco teamed up once again and this time they decided to push the limits of political correctness all the way. They play members of the American media who travel to North Korea with the secret mission of murdering Kim Jong-un. Oy vey.
A Western starring and directed by Tommy Lee Jones. He plays a man in charge of escorting three women across the midwest in olden times. Also staring Meryl Streep!
Dumb and Dumber To
The Farrelly brothers are back with a very silly sequel to the 1994 hit comedy. Jim Carey and Jeff Daniels are out to prove that they’re not just respected dramatic actors – they can still make fart jokes like they used to. Nominated for 23 Oscars!
Dying of the Light
Nicolas Cage plays an aging CIA agent who is diagnosed with aggressive dementia just as he also learns that his former nemesis has come out of hiding. Will he have a chance to get his perp before his mind turns to mush?? Watch and find out.
The horror sequel to VHS and VHS 2 about viral videos that turn sinister. Somehow this movie was directed by 6 people.
A dark comedy about a seemingly perfect Swedish family that gets stranded on a mountainside by an avalanche on a skiing trip. Should have been nominated!
A couple of French farmers travel to Paris in the hopes of rekindling their love and to get away from all that manure. Starring Isabelle Huppert who appears to never age.
The Tale of Princess Kaguya
Another gem from Studio Ghibli which seems to be sort of a Japanese take on the fairytale Thumbelina. A tiny girl is found in a bamboo stalk and then grows up to be a princess.
Excellent documentary from the director of Hoop Dreams about the life and work of Pulitzer Prize winning film critic and recently deceased man Roger Ebert. Should have been nominated!
A documentary TV series that follows two first-time directors making two separate films adapted from the same original screenplay. They are also in competition with one another for the prize of $250,000. Whose film is better? Watch them both and judge for yourself.
Game of Thrones – Season 4
The most popular fantasy series is back for a fourth season! Who will die? Who will live? Who will fall in love with their own sibling?! All of these questions will be answered!
Kill the Messenger
Big Hero 6
Sons of Anarchy – Season 7
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