Sunday, March 29, 2015

Movies

‘Seymour: An Introduction’ is a documentary about music teacher Seymour Berstein, everything the guy in ‘Whiplash’ was not, including real
Filmmaker has taken her educational documentary experience into features
Leonard Nimoy's son is to make a documentary about his late father to mark the 50th anniversary of "Star Trek."
Crew members working on the new James Bond film "Spectre" are facing an internal investigation after allegedly hosting a drunken party onboard a private jet.
"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1" was a triple winner at the 2015 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards on Saturday.
You'll need a strong stomach for some of the scenes in A Girl Like Her, one of the most moving and intelligent of the recent glut of films and TV specials about teenage bullying.
It's probably not a good date if it ends with your face in a chloroform-soaked rag, your wrists strapped to the arms of a chair, being wheeled into a desolate underpass. But Hugh (Jake Weary) - who seemed like a nice guy, really, he did - has his reasons.
John Boorman's Queen and Country begins with a flashback: a fleeting scene from his beautiful, spirited childhood reverie, 1987's Oscar-nominated Hope and Glory. The boy hero, Bill, is abuzz with elation. Thanks to a Nazi bomb, school has been closed. He and his friends have been liberated - free to run amok in the rubble of the London Blitz.
COMING THIS WEEK By Steven Rea Danny Collins Al Pacino is a Neil Diamond-ish superstar forced to question his life, his career, and his songwriting chops when a long-lost letter from a True Rock God, addressed to him, is finally handed over. Leaving L.A. for his home turf in Jersey, the titular singer/songwriter tries to reconnect with his estranged son. Annette Bening plays the manager of the hotel where Danny checks in - indefinitely. R