by Kevin Muller
This isn’t a review, but a look at why this specific film is one of my favorite of all time. Want an extremely short review? “Election” is a masterpiece in film making that has beautifully subtle direction, a flawless script, incredible performances, and is funny as hell.
Here, I am going to talk about why this movie can be used as a metaphor for most elections that happen every four years in this country. The film maybe about a high school election but many of the antics can be applied to the event that defines our Democracy. Please enjoy….
Logan reviews the new Netflix show, ‘Ozark’ starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney.
Fostering Faith: A Conversation with Brendan Muldowney
By Christopher M. Rzigalinski
What is faith? What does it mean to actively have faith in something? How necessary is it to have faith in yourself versus a higher power? These are just some of the philosophical questions I discuss with Irish director Brendan Muldowney on this edition of the Cinephellas Podcast. I got keen insight into the quest for spirituality that informs his new film Pilgrimage, which premiered at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival in New York.
A Conversation with Marko Zaror
by Christopher M. Rzigalinski
On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast, I’m talking with Marko Zaror about his role in film Savage Dog. The film is written and directed by Jesse V. Johnson and produced in association with our good friends XLrator Media. It stars Scott Adkins in the origin story of the myth that gives itself to the title. Set in Indochina at an anarchic moment in 1959, the story takes place after the French military had left the area and a few years before the American presence during the Vietnam War. The region is filled with Vietnamese warlords and European war criminals avoiding prosecution in the wake of both World War II and the Korean War. Scott Adkins plays “Martin Tillman,” a former-champion boxer that ends up stuck competing in an underground fighting ring, battling for his life. That’s until he’s forced on a journey of revenge. Marko Zaror plays “Rastignac,” the man responsible for destroying Martin’s last vestiges of hope.
by Nile Fortner
A few years ago, 20th Century Fox decided to do what a majority of movie production companies were doing and already invested in, dusting off old, famous properties, names, and recognition by doing prequels for the big-screen. I’ve always been a fan of ‘The Planet of the Apes’ films. Back in 2011, I was very surprised how much I enjoyed the prequel ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’. Even more unexpectedly, the sequel to the prequel, ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’, I absolutely loved, and consider it to be the best ‘Planet of the Apes’ film since the 1968 original classic. Now we have the third entry to the prequels, ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’, and is officially a trilogy. The best trilogy we have gotten in years!
Following Passion : A Conversation with Mathieu Ratthe
By Christopher M. Rzigalinski
What scares you most? For me, it’s the unknown. If Freddie Kruger, Jason Vorhees, or Chucky showed up at my door, I’d have to check my underwear. But at least I’d know how to defend myself. The first step to conquering a fear is facing it. But what about terror you can’t see?
TUESDAY, JULY 11, 2017
Pre-Screening Reception: 7PM
Outdoor Screening: 8:30PM
Franklin Canyon Park
2600 Franklin Canyon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210