WARNING: Spoilers ahead. But you probably won't want to pay to see this movie so keep reading.
Ridley Scott's latest film ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD tells the story of the miserly Jean Paul Getty, and the kidnapping of his grandson. Based on John Pearson's 1995 book Painfully Rich: The Outrageous Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Heirs of J. Paul Getty, the film follows the refusal of Getty's cooperation to pay a ransom for his abducted grandson in 1973. Gail Harris, Getty's daughter-in-law, gives her all to get her son back with the help of ex-CIA agent Fletcher Chase.
Rob Reiner's latest film LBJ is a political historical drama that shines a light in Lyndon Baines Johnson that not many knew of. Woody Harrelson stars as the titular character, giving new life to a president not many liked (including Reiner himself). The film follows Johnson from his days as majority leader, to becoming Kennedy's running mate, the assassination of Kennedy, and leading a nation during a most tumultuous period. The cast includes Jeffrey Donovan as the handsome JFK, Michael Stahl-David as his younger and disgruntled brother Bobby, and Jennifer Jason Leigh as a loving and supportive Lady Bird Johnson.
October 9 saw the US premiere of Craig Gillepsie's latest film I, Tonya at the Hamptons International Film Festival.
July 21 saw the premiere of Christopher Nolan's latest film.Dunkirk is the blockbuster hit we've been waiting for all summer, as it tells the story of the bravery and resilience of a little-known battle in France. The battle between the Allies and Nazi Germany took place in May and June of 1940.
Directed by Martin Scorsese, The Wolf of Wall Street hit theatres Christmas Day 2013. Based on the best-selling memoir of the same name, The Wolf of Wall Street is the second movie that year to portray Leonardo DiCaprio as the poster-child for the American Dream gone wild. The overall excess of Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby distracted us from the message at hand, regardless of Leo’s quality portrayal of Jay Gatsby.