What did you add to your queue either today or very recently? These are mine.
(1) Vanishing of the Bees(documentary)=this highly rated film covers Bee Colony Collapse, the unprecedented loss of our bee population, and the reasons why it is happening and is one of the first films to cover this issue.
Out on NF June 14
(2) 3 Idiots(India)
(3) Bliss(Turkey)=available on Instant Watch & Roku
(4) Mao's Last Dancer
(5) Salt of the Sea(Arabic)
I added Dylan Dog Dead of Night to my instant queue on Netflix, and it shows it's # 146 or so. Yet when I go on my X-Box to stream it, it tells me it's only available for DVD. Weird. :/
Considered one of the top films to come out this year:
An Iranian husband and wife split up over his decision to stay and care for his aging father instead of leaving the country with his family. But his fateful choice to hire a stranger to do most of the caretaking breeds unexpected consequences.
Vera Farmiga stars in and directs this sensitive and searching chronicle describing a woman's lifetime journey of faith -- one that initially leads her to join a fundamentalist sect and then leave it again years later. Adapted from the spiritual memoir This Dark World by Carolyn Briggs, the film looks deeply into human doubt and certainty, and the challenge of trying to match our lives with our spiritual beliefs.
I also added these new releases, most of which come out tomorrow (Dec 27):
Tuesday, After Christmas
The First Grader
The Art of Getting By
The Pool Boys
The Guard (out Jan 3)
The Women on the 6th Floor
Three best friends set off on an adventurous road trip/bachelor party in Spain after one of them becomes engaged. Along the way, they learn some lessons about themselves and each other that will change them forever.
This documentary starkly outlines the crises the United States faces in its quest to provide affordable medical care to the nation's citizens. In response to these problems, the filmmakers propose lower-cost alternatives to high-tech medicine.
Burnt Offerings. It's a movie I saw as a child. Old style horror movie without all the gore & foul language..
Florida bank robber Jack Foley (George Clooney) plays a genteel game of cat and mouse with Karen Sisco (Jennifer Lopez), the stunning federal marshal he meets in the trunk of a getaway car, in this Steven Soderbergh-directed film that shows off his trademark nonlinear storytelling. Out of Sight received Oscar nominations for both its crack editing (Anne V. Coates) and its brilliant adaptation (Scott Frank) of Elmore Leonard's novel.
A link would've done it.
The flick was okay, no more.
What impressed me most was Lopez' ass, which looked about as big as Cleveland, Ohio.
I do like her ass. It's not too big. You've got to stop dreaming of Snookie or that giant Kardashian ass. You'll end up like Micro.
See the eyes of the guy to the right? He wants to be that photographer.