A Single Shot
Sam Rockwell stars as John Moon, a man whose entire life is changed when he is out hunting and accidentally shoots a teenage girl. John attempts to hide the body in a cave where he stumbles upon a large amount of money hidden inside. Of course, money is never really free and the current owners are intent on getting it back from John. The movies feels like Winter’s Bone and No Country for Old Men to me, with its darkness and lone antihero against seasoned criminals.
The delectable duo of Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga star as paranormal investigator couple Ed and Lorraine Warren. The couple are tasked with uncovering the reason Lili Taylor’s brood is experiencing such frightening and unexplainable events in their home. James Wan can keep working with Patrick Wilson. I’m okay with that.
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones
This one? Ohhhh, this one. I can honestly say that I look forward to it, but only for the (hopefully) inevitable Rifftrax.
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters
I’ve never seen Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief. Looks like my Percy streak will remain unbroken! WOOT!Collider)
Greetings From Tim Buckley
Penn Badgely stars as Jeff Buckley. I can say no more.
The English Teacher
Julianne Moore stars as English teacher Linda Sinclair. Since she is in her forties and single, she has gold frame glasses she clearly stole from 1978. She is also, of course, very lonely and awkward. Until she runs into her former student Jason Sherwood (Michael Angarano), an aspiring playwright with a huge asshole (Greg Kinnear) for a Dad. This one is a HUGE pass for me.