We’re kicking off our new feature here at
Film & Food with three Weekend Picks. We utilize Redbox, Amazon Instant, Netflix, Dailymotion, and our own extensive movie collection.
And please, let us know what you’re watching this weekend!
I’m a huge classic
Godzilla fan so I was quite pleased to find a lot of these films on Dailymotion. Enjoy Son of Godzilla.
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(Little tip: sometimes
Dailymotion embeds require you to reload the page to get it show up.)
One of my favorite movies, even with a glaring continuity error that makes me crazy every time I see it…
The Big White!
And lastly, my 14-year-old chose
Summer Wars, even though we’ve seen it many many times already. She’s my kid, what can I say!
As a bonus, here is the extremely catchy song from the film:
Kick-Ass 2. I will reserve judgment until I actually see it. But it looks…cheaply-made. What’s up with that? However, HIT GIRL!
Hit Girl will take your ass down
US release date is July 19th for the Irish monster flick,
Grabbers. (Psst, George is in it!)
No Place on Earth is a documentary chronicling the experiences of Ukrainian Jews hiding in a cave for over a year during the Nazi invasion.
Danny Boyle‘s Trance with one of our favorites, Vincent Cassel.
SF Indie Film Festival takes place this October from the 17th through the 21st at various locations in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
line-up for this year’s festival has something for everyone. Here’s just a taste of what’s offered:
We are especially looking forward to
Call Me Kuchu:
Call Me Kuchu
For tickets and
detailed schedule along with film and event descriptions, see the Santa Fe IFF website. See you there!
Bobcat Goldthwait brings us another dark gem in God Bless America.
Moody, broody Paris thriller,
The Woman in the Fifth.
Time travel. Well, maybe. Look for
Safety Not Guaranteed.
Definitely excited about
Sarah Polley‘s Take This Waltz.
Australian horror flick The Loved Ones has our attention.
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World teams
Steve Carrell and Keira Knightley. Yep. It does. I swear.
We aren’t the first ones who were instantly reminded of Wes Anderson when viewing the trailer for
Dennis Lee’s newest film, Jesus Henry Christ. Still, that’s not a bad thing, right? Could be worse.
We’re a little bit over the precocious kid needs a human side to balance his/her intellect story arc. However, this has promise. Mainly, we are interested in what
Toni Collette and Michael Sheen do the material they were given. In limited release April 20th.
The new Wes Anderson?