I am a pretty big Chris Evans fan. I got introduced to him in a movie called The Perfect Score, and really started following him once I saw Cellular. Being the superhero fan that I am being Johnny Storm and Steve Rogers have been fabulous roles for him. When I saw a premise for a foreign film that he was signing on to play lead in, the Sci-Fi thriller Snowpiercer, a couple of years back, I was pretty excited.
Review by Tres
Snowpiercer is a Korean film (my foreign film) directed by Bong Joon-Ho. With the majority of the selected actors for his film speaking English, he shot the majority of the film in English. [Being a slow reader, I was relieved to find this out because I struggle with subtitles and getting the meanings of movies.]
Review by Tyler Smith with More Than One Lesson
If you haven’t seen Logan Miller’s Sweetwater, you’ve got plenty of company. The film is a low budget Western that saw limited distribution in 2013. I was largely unaware of it until it was recently released on DVD. While the film does feature notable actors such as Ed Harris, January Jones, and Jason Isaacs, it is fairly unmemorable, though competently made. Continue Reading
In 2007, Ben Affleck made his directorial debut with Gone Baby Gone, a crime mystery/drama starring his brother Casey as a detective named Patrick Kenzie, and Michelle Monaghan playing his girlfriend Angie Gennaro, both hired to find Amanda McCready, a 4 yr. old girl kidnapped in the Boston area. Continue Reading