Disney and Pixar’s Lightyear goes to infinity and beyond in this Toy Story spinoff focusing on the origins of Buzz Lightyear in 1995. There is a mid-credits scene and two post-credits scene, including after the studio logos. Depending on who you speak with, this film might not be necessary. However, it’s a lot of fun to watch especially thanks to Chris Evans voicing the captain. He adds a lot of fun to the film amid…"Lightyear Goes To Infinity And Beyond!"
J Blakeson’s I Care A Lot blends a mix of comedy and thrills to deliver a satire with another strong performance from actress Rosamund Pike. Marla Grayson (Rosamund Pike) is a legal guardian and is the type who will take advantage of any loophole in the system. If it means paying doctors off to have another ward of the state, so be it. Marla is the type of woman who will rob her clients and…"Toronto 2020: I Care A Lot"
Corporate Animals finds a way to hysterically comment on workplace situations during a team-building exercise that just happens to go wrong. The film sucks us in with a commercial for the Incredible Edible Cutlery Company. The company’s mission is to rid the planet of disposable plastic cutlery. While it’s not a bad idea in theory, it’s easier said than done. Run by CEO Lucy Vanderton (Demi Moore), she’s hoping that a corporate retreat in the New Mexico desert…"Sundance 2019: Corporate Animals"
Lost Holiday takes us to our nation’s capital as the independent film shows us why it is a solid candidate to join the Gone Girl cinematic universe. There’s no place like home for the holidays. In this instance, home just happens to be our nation’s capital of Washington, DC. This is where Margaret (Kate Lyn Sheil) finds herself with her friend Henry (Thomas Matthews). Henry is in graduate school while Margaret–who also goes by Maggie–teaches…"Slamdance 2019: Lost Holiday"
Being billed as Robert Redford’s final acting performance, the actor delivers quite possibly for the last time in The Old Man & The Gun. We’re taken back in time to 1981 when Forrest Tucker (Robert Redford) was a leader of the Over-the-Hill Gang, joined by Teddy (Danny Glover) and Waller (Tom Waits). What’s so perplexing about it was that this old man couldn’t have been nicer to the bank tellers. In the words of many…"The Old Man & The Gun – Robert Redford’s Last Film?"
Being billed as Robert Redford’s final acting performance, the actor delivers quite possibly for the last time in The Old Man & The Gun. We’re taken back in time to 1981 when Forrest Tucker (Robert Redford) was planning so many bank robberies. What’s so perplexing about it was that this old man couldn’t have been nicer to the bank tellers. In the words of many of them, he was pretty much almost a perfect gentleman! …"TIFF 2018: The Old Man & The Gun"
All Square isn’t as much as a movie about gambling in as much as it is a character study of the players involved. John Zbikowski (Michael Kelly) isn’t having the best of luck with being able to collect the money that people owe him. He’s a bookie in a small town and when football season ends, the revenue stream just isn’t there. Once basketball season starts to wind down, the revenue gets even smaller. …"SXSW 2018: All Square"