A compiled list to help you weed out the good vs the bad to save your time, money and brain cells. A link to the trailer has been provided in the title.
An artistic foreign film about war.
I can’t say I’ve ever heard of Outback Noir and it looks like I will never see one either. Small town desert folk looking to keep their sex trade a secret from an outside detective.
Your average American businessman is sent into Mexico for drug-related business, what could go wrong? I would almost see this for Charlize Theron
When crazy rich girls don’t get their way, the only logical thing is to remove the problem right? Even if that problem is one of their dads. I liked Olivia Cooke from Bates Motel but I’m not sure how I feel about this whole indie bad chick role.
Starring Donald Sutherland and Helen Mirren, Sutherland is an elderly husband who has lost his memories and Mirren decides to take him on a trip in their motorhome to try and bring back some of his memories. Sounds cute but doesn’t really grab your attention, it just sounds sad.
The story behind the untold true story of the most play Christian song. Some stories are better left untold.
Please….. for the love of…. just stop. I beg you.
A strange film about the future in Japan where dogs have become a widespread problem so they are shipped off to an island of garbage. Although I like claymation films there is something about the style of this film that doesn’t sit right with me.
The story between American writer James Lord and art-lover Alberto Giacometti. It’s a little too artsy qwerky for me.
Alright, so I would almost watch this if it weren’t for two things. One, we have already seen this starring Beyonce. Two, why does Tyler Perry have to put his name in the movie title? It’s almost as bad as Jason Derulo letting us know 10 times within the first 10 seconds of his songs that it’s him.
Can’t we just stick to the biblical remakes….
The trailer describes the film as Neo-Noir. That fact alone will tell you this means artsy, drags on forever for and ends with a twist movie.