Cloud Atlas

“Turkeys” We Can’t Help But Gobble Up Features

“Turkeys” We Can’t Help But Gobble Up

Way Too Indie recounts their favorite bad movies which most critics hated. Read More
Cloud Atlas Movie

Cloud Atlas

Cloud Atlas is a big film by all definitions; it contains an inordinate amount of characters spread out across hundreds of years, making the shear scope of the production epic. Not to mention the estimated budget of 100 million dollars (though it was independently financed outside the studio). To pull off such an ambitious feat, Read More
2013 Golden Globes Nominations Awards

2013 Golden Globes Nominations

There are definitely some shocking nominations for this years Golden Globes, but most of them are of the 'Huh?!' variety. Expectantly this comes from the Musical or Comedy category, where Salmon Fishing in the Yemen scored three nominations! Other odd surprises include Maggie Smith getting nominated for Quartet instead of Comedy/Musical Picture nominee The Best Read More
CJ’s Top 10 Films of 2012 Features

CJ’s Top 10 Films of 2012

See what films made C.J. Prince's Top 10 Films of 2012. Click to view the full list of films. Read More
Chicago International Film Festival 2012 Lineup Announced Film Festival

Chicago International Film Festival 2012 Lineup Announced

Nearly a month ago the first wave of 22 tiles were announced that would play at the 2012 Chicago International Film Festival and today the rest of the lineup has been revealed. Some of the notable additions to the lineup were Paradise: Love which played at Cannes, Carlos Reygades’ baffling Post Tenebras Lux, the obsessive Read More
2012 Toronto International Film Festival Coverage Recap Film Festival

2012 Toronto International Film Festival Coverage Recap

2012 Toronto International Film Festival came to close on Sunday when officials announced the Audience Award went to Silver Linings Playbook, a film that now has some serious Oscar potential. We did not attend a showing of that crowd-pleaser film but below is a recap of the films that Way Too Indie writer CJ Prince Read More
TIFF 2012 Day 4: Cloud Atlas & The Land of Hope Film Festival

TIFF 2012 Day 4: Cloud Atlas & The Land of Hope

A shorter day compared to yesterday's 4 films, but just as fulfilling. Starting off I was afraid that Cloud Atlas would be a terrible film to watch after getting 4 hours of sleep. Before I start hearing cries from people about how this site is about indie films, let me clear something up. Cloud Atlas was independently financed with Read More
Way Too Indie’s Top 10 Most Anticipated Films Playing TIFF 2012 Features

Way Too Indie’s Top 10 Most Anticipated Films Playing TIFF 2012

The staff at Way Too Indie narrows down the Top 10 films that we are most excited for at the Toronto International Film Festival this year. The task of narrowing a list down to only 10 is not an easy one considering that there will be over 300 films playing at the festival. Way Too Read More
Watch: Cloud Atlas Trailer Trailer

Watch: Cloud Atlas Trailer

With the announcement earlier this week that the new film by directors The Wachowskis and Tom Tykwer, Cloud Atlas was going to have its world premiere at this year’s edition of The Toronto International Film Festival, a trailer was almost immediately released. And boy is it a stunner. With a story that looks to be Read More