A Little of Everything

maxresdefaultEnough deadlines to make a grown man cry — including a review of a movie that just dropped into theatres today entirely unannounced! — so it’s time for another round of six-word reviews. Here we go.

The Animal Project: Ingrid Veninger costume drama. Well, kinda.

Being Ginger: Poor persecuted redheads get a documentary.  [Glenn]

Brothers Hypnotic: Eight brothers, eight horns, one sensation. [Glenn]

Chef: Jon Favreau wins back his soul.

Edge of Tomorrow: Tom Cruise dies, like, a lot.

The Fault in Our Stars: Shailene Woodley’s latest YA hit, probably. [Glenn, later today.]

The Immigrant: Old-school filmmaking from James Gray.

Palo Alto: Oh, look, this just showed up.

Ping Pong Summer: Your guess? As good as mine.

The Sacrament: Ti West ventures out to Jonestown. [Glenn]

Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon: Mike Myers salutes a nice guy. [Rad]

Tracks: Mia Wasikowska goes for a ramble. [Susan]

And there we have it! You’ll excuse me if I just run off.

One thought on “A Little of Everything”

  1. When the trailer for Edge of Tomorrow came out, I was a little surprised they went with starting it with a voiceover of Tom Cruise saying, “I’m going to tell you a story. At first, it’s going to sound ridiculous.” I can’t have been the only person who mentally followed that with some proselytizing for Xenu.

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