When Disney World won't even let you record your kid's first time crying on a Goofy costume, you'll likely have Escape from Tomorrow to blame for that. The film has gained some notoriety for being clandestinely shot at Disney theme parks, painting a bizarre, black and white portrait of madness where the Walt Disney Company would prefer a portrait of ABC stars photoshopped together in celebration of the fall schedule. Here's the first trailer, in which cheerful Disney World imagery quickly gives way to demon children and geodesic dome heads. Must be from that Club 33 you've heard about.
The Railway Man doesn't yet have a distribution for the US, but judging by this trailer and its impressively swelling score, let's just say you'll probably be seeing this crawl into 15 Landmark Theatres before it lands a few awards nominations that don't quite pan out.
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The Watch unfortunately didn't launch Richard Ayoade to the levels of stardom he should reach, but the good news for everyone is at least that means he can keep doing interesting directing work. Following up Submarine, Ayoade has moved past the coming-of-age quirk of his debut ... / Continue →
In the long-niggling RoboCop remake, The Killing's Joel Kinnaman stars as the new Alex Murphy, rebuilt as a tertiary "husband" character from a primetime drama--inhumanly fast at hoisting his child and kissing his wife, the emotionless robotic shorthand for establishing that he... / Continue →