A month and a half after its theatrical release, comic whodunit See How They Run is now available to buy through digital retailers. There is no physical media release at this time. Depending on digital sales, maybe we’ll see something in the future? I’m assuming the film will eventually land on Hulu at some point. See How They Run is a comic whodunit that takes place in London’s West End super early in The Mousetrap‘s theatrical…"See How They Run Arrives On Digital"
See How They Run is a comic whodunit that takes place in London’s West End super early in The Mousetrap‘s theatrical run. Comic whodunits are all the rage right now. It isn’t just that they’re funny but they keep audiences guessing until the end. Even when the reveal comes, you find yourself saying, wait, what?!? How could I have missed that? It’s a genius form of storytelling and there’s never a dull point. It’s interesting,…"See How They Run: A Comic Whodunit in the West End"
Oslo, the new film premiering on HBO and streaming on HBO Max, keeps close to its theatrical roots in revisiting the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords. Listen, I’m not going to inject my opinion into this film. We all know how things have and haven’t changed since the accords. The timing is certainly a coincidence. Production was announced in November and dated on the schedule at the end of April. This is not a case of…"Oslo: HBO Movie Keeps Close To Theatrical Roots"
Inspired by true events, Saving Mr. Banks is a film that takes us behind the scenes of how Mary Poppins came to the big screen. The art of filmmaking is a painstaking process. This is something I’ve learned not just through watching bonus features but reading biographies about classic Hollywood. On paper, there’s nothing inherently wrong with the film. It’s only when you dig deeper into the actual story where the film has its faults. …"Saving Mr. Banks Goes Behind The Scenes"
In spite of the cast involved, The Little Stranger is one of those films that is neither compelling nor captivating if you’re not a fan of the genre. The film is told in flashbacks as we’re introduced to Dr. Faraday (Domhnall Gleeson). He answers the call to treat a young maid, Betty (Liv Hill), working for the Ayres family at Hundreds Hall. It just so happens that this very facility is the some place in which his…"The Little Stranger: A Hit Or Miss Film"