A family spends one final weekend together at their Connecticut beach house in Blackbird before saying goodbye to a loved one. It’s never easy to say goodbye to family members when you know they are dying. You don’t know if the next time you’ll see them is going to be the last. This isn’t the case in Blackbird because everyone knows this will be the last time they see Lily (Susan Sarandon). Paul (Sam Neill)…"Blackbird Mixes Drama With Humor"
Jurassic Park III manages to get even darker than the prior films but the sequel doesn’t quite capture the magic of the franchise. Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill) heads to Isla Sorna under false pretenses. Assistant Billy Brennan (Alessandro Nivola) joins the Jurassic Park veteran on the trip. Paul (William H. Macy) and Amanda Kirby (Téa Leoni) offer Grant funding if he gives them an aerial tour of the island. Sounds like a good idea,…"Jurassic Park III: The Worst of the Franchise"
The AACTA-nominated biopic, Ride Like a Girl, directed by Rachel Griffiths is now available for viewers to bring home on DVD, VOD, and Digital. The film marks the feature directorial debut of Brothers & Sisters actress Rachel Griffiths. Griffiths directs from a script written by Andrew Knight and Elise McCredie. Teresa Palmer and Sam Neill lead the cast. Ride Like a Girl tells the true story of Michelle Payne (Teresa Palmer), the first woman to…"Ride Like a Girl: Now Available on DVD"
Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park remains an innovative, groundbreaking and inspiring classic as it did when it was originally released 25 years ago in June. Shortly after the incident on Isla Nublar and the quick introduction of lawyer Donald Gennaro, the film really gets going with paleontologists Alan Grant (Sam Neill) and paleobotonist Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) digging up a velociraptor in Montana. Their dig is shortly interrupted by a helicopter, which leads to Grant and Sattler…"Jurassic Park Remains A Classic After 25 Years"
After so many author biopics in 2017, Peter Rabbit may seem like a breath of fresh air with bringing the children’s story to the big screen. It’s been over a decade since 2006 saw the release of the Renee Zellweger-starring Miss Potter. At the same time, there are so many comic gags in the film that it is over-bloated on that front. Filmmakers are clearly targeting the kids more so than their parents when it…"Peter Rabbit: Domhnall Gleeson is a riot but film falls short"