Monthly Archive:: March 2016
Watch Louder Than Bombs online free and prepare to have your hearts wrenched in one of the most poignant and touching movie ever to come to the big screen. Louder Than Bombs is a movie drama that is a product of an international collaboration between world renowned movie makers. The film discusses how it is have lost a loved one and its impact over everyone in that person’s life.
The story of Louder Than Bombs revolves round the family of famous Times war photographer Isabelle Reed (portrayed by Isabelle Huppert) who died in a car accident and the different ways her family is adjusting to her passing. Gene (portrayed by Gabriel Byrne) and his two sons find themselves struggle to cope with the grief of the loss of a wife and a mother. The concept of the film might not be exactly new to the industry, but it definitely stands out because of the brilliant execution and the much complicated layer beneath it. Throughout the film, we get to know Isabelle through how she was known by each member of her family, and as the movie progresses, we see how the death did not fracture the family, but only made it possible for the already present cracks to be clearly seen. Jonah (portrayed by Jesse Eisenberg), the eldest, comes home to his family after years being away only to find a great emotional rift between his father and his younger brother Conrad (portrayed by Devin Druid), a morose teenager who has difficulty adjusting and expressing himself. It goes even deeper as they discover more things about their mother and the truth behind her death, which Isabelle’s co-worker Richard Weissman (portrayed by David Strathairn) is prepared to reveal in an article in the Times.
The movie is helmed by Norwegian director Joachim Trier, whose films Reprise and Oslo, August 31st became internationally acclaimed. Trier also co-wrote Louder Than Bombs with fellow Norwegian screenwriter and director Eskil Vogt, who has also worked with Trier in his two films.
Most girls often have to go through a number of imperfect relationships to find their Mr. Right, but what happens if this Mr. Right has a killer secret? Found out what ensues when you watch Mr. Right online free. Mr. Right is an American romantic comedy film with a huge dollop of action and an overwhelming amount of sweetness, with a side hilarious absurdity.
The story of the movie centers on two characters living completely opposite lives. On one side of reality, we have Martha Agatha (played by comedy flick regular Anna Kendrick), a moony and somewhat slow girl who is in a rebound after she caught her boyfriend cheating on her and is currently on a lookout for a new perfect relationship. On the other side, we have Francis (played by Sam Rockwell), a rogue hit man with a loose screw, that is, he offs the people who hired him instead of the ones he was paid to kill. After the two awkwardly meet in a store’s condom aisle, they immediately hit it off and agree on a date, which eventually lead to several others. But after witnessing her Mr. Right effortlessly damage a goon who was sent to kill him and outright confess the nature of his job to her, Martha withdraws in a panic but conflicted with her still strong feelings for him. Things get more complicated as a bunch of rookie hit men try to bring him down, and their not-so-bright idea is to kidnap Martha. From there, we see how Francis, who has learned to develop a “moral compass” for Martha, tries to win her back and a definite series of hilarity follows. One thing is for sure, though, Martha didn’t spend a lot of time coming to grips with Francis’ secret. It’s true love after all.
Mr. Right is directed by Spanish director Paco Cabezas who is known for his Spanish horror film The Appeared and his first ever American project entitled Rage which starred Nicholas Cage. The film is also written for the screen by Max Landis, whose iconic works include hit movies like American Ultra and Chronicle.
Sudden reunions don’t normally come to a bloody end, but it does for Will and his friends. Watch The Invitation online free and prepare to feel your skin creep and your blood curdle in one of the most chilling thriller ever made in this decade. The Invitation is an American psychological thriller movie that is set to be released this 2016, after its warm reception in the SXSW film festival last year.
The story revolves around Will and his ever increasing suspicion of the sudden invitation for a reunion by his friends in L.A. It starts off with Will (portrayed by Logan Marshall-Green) and his new girlfriend Kira (played by Emayatzi Corinealdi) making their way to the elegant spacious house of couple Eden (portrayed by Tammy Blanchard) and David (portrayed by Michiel Huisman). In the mansion, they are greeted with friends that they have had no connection with for years. However, among the familiar faces are those belonging to strangers like Pruitt and Sadie, whose presence and unnerving personalities don’t really help Will to relax.
At first, we see Will acting strangely and suspiciously among the normal chatter and pleasantries, which makes you think that maybe his increasing paranoia is only due to things happening in his own head. But things come into perspective as we see small details that scream creepy and unnatural among the guests, more so with host couple. Will’s suspicion even become clearer as it is revealed that he and Eden were actually married once, but broken with the death of their only child, and that the house itself was the one that they have been living in before. The special thing about the movie is that it effectively relays Will’s suspicions to the audience, while at the same time having them doubt themselves. The silent progression of the movie and the single setting even concentrates the chill and thrill of the story as it unfolds and reveals what dreadful things David and Eden are truly preparing for their guests.
The brilliant film is directed by Karen Kusama who owes her popularity to her successful works such as the award-winning Girlfight, and also the movies Jennifer’s Body and Aeon Flux. It is written for the screen by Matt Manfredi and Phil Hay, who also co-produced the film.