The Mitchells are a rather dysfunctional family that don’t come across all that normal and when they head off on a road trip taking Katie to start college they end up in the middle of the robot apocalypse and become humanities only hope.
A three person crew made up of Zoe Levenson, David Kim and Marina Barnett on a mission to Mars face an impossible choice when an unplanned passenger Michael Adams puts the lives of them all on board at risk.
Not really sure how I missed anything surrounding this film festival which started last night! The Father is available and considering how much I have been dying to watch that film I will be doing just that! Felt like it was only right to share more information about this online film festival.
Zack Snyder’s definitive director’s cut of Justice League, which has been talked about and hyped up so much over the past few years. The film sees Bruce Wayne joining forces with Diana Prince and bringing together a team of metahumans to protect the world and ensure that Superman’s sacrifice was not in vain.
The Torres family are dominated by the word “no” being constantly used and Allison and Carlos agree to having a yes day with their three children. This depended on good behaviour and grades at school and for one full day they had to say yes to everything (some ground rules in place of course).
Cherry was never really focused on college and despite meeting Emily who he believes is his true love he decides to enlist in the army as a medic and is sent to Iraq. On returning from the war he is suffering with PTSD causing his life to spiral out of control and turning to drugs and then crime.
Feels very strange to be doing another post about a trailer for In the Heights and changing the release year to 2021. This is a film we should have all loved and enjoyed already. I was lucky enough to see this on Broadway the day before it won the Tony Award for best new musical back in 2008 and also saw it in 2016 in London.
It is a truly outstanding show and I personally think the musical numbers in it are better than Hamilton.
Week 10 roundup of Cherry, which saw #FridayFakeCinemaClub use Apple TV+ for the first time. Apologises to those that don’t have that streaming platform! Starring Tom Holland, Ciara Bravo, Bill Skarsgard, Kelli Berglund, Michael Gandolfini, Jamie Brewer, Jack Reynor, Forrest Goodluck, Jeff Wahlberg.