Mia Wasikowska

Trailer: The Double Trailer

Trailer: The Double

Making its world premiere tomorrow at the Toronto International Film Festival is the sophomore efforts from director Richard Ayoade entitled The Double, which stars Jesse Eisenberg as a man who starts to freak out upon discovering his eerie doppelganger. Because Ayoade hit it out of the park with his previous film, Submarine, which made it Read More
Best Lolita Characters In Film Features

Best Lolita Characters In Film

Some parts originality from 20th Century Fox In the spirit of the upcoming release of Stoker on Blu-ray and DVD (June 18th) – we have compiled a list of several iconic Lolita- esque characters in recent history. Stoker begins with the tragic death of India Stoker’s (Mia Wasikowska) father on her eighteenth birthday, when she Read More
Stoker Movie

Stoker

Since Chan-wook Park emerged into the cinema scene with his critically acclaimed Vengeance Trilogy, he has been a director to pay close attention to. When it was announced that Stoker would be his first English-language film, naturally everyone’s ears perked. But going into Stoker with the exact same expectations based on his previous work would Read More
Stoker on Blu-ray & DVD June 18th News

Stoker on Blu-ray & DVD June 18th

Ever since Park Chan-wook’s breakthrough hit Oldboy premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2004, he has exploded onto everyone’s radar as a director to follow. His latest film, Stoker, is the director’s first film in English and stars some big-named American celebrities; Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikowska, and Matthew Goode, just to name a few. Read More
Lawless Movie

Lawless

John Hillcoat’s Lawless, which feels more like it belongs on HBO instead of theatre screens, is a mediocre attempt at a crime drama. Assembling a strong team of people in front of and behind the camera, Hillcoat has the materials to make a good period piece but, as the saying goes, you can lead a horse Read More
The Kids Are All Right Movie

The Kids Are All Right

The Kids Are All Right is a film about an unconventional family dealing with the struggles of marriage and raising children that any family can relate to. For better or worse the storyline is straightforward and safe, making it relatable but ultimately very predictable. The cast and screenwriting make it interesting enough to watch even Read More