Worldview Entertainment

Feb 26 2016

Triple 9

Director John Hillcoat  (“Lawless”) takes a page from David Ayer’s playbook with his dim perspective of law enforcement in the violent crime thriller “Triple 9”, which follows a gang of bank robbers embroiled in a heist that spirals out of control. A multi-character drama with talent to spare, Hillcoat’s foray into the urban jungle proves an invigorating […]
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Nov 7 2014

Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

If bit parts in this year’s “Robocop” and “Need for Speed” seemed to indicate that Michael Keaton’s incredible versatility had faded for good, then Alejandro González Iñárritu’s “Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)” surely proves the opposite. Keaton plays once A-list movie star Riggan Thomson, best known for a series of blockbuster superhero films in the late […]
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Jul 18 2014

Wish I Was Here

Zach Braff stars as Aidan Bloom, a struggling actor whose one success in a shampoo ad has him clinging to the notion that he’ll one day land a career-changing role in a TV show. His wife Sarah (Kate Hudson) grows quietly embittered as she works a soul-sucking job in order to pay the bills while […]
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Apr 11 2014


Joe might be the character that Nicolas Cage was born to play, and “Joe” might very well be the film that David Gordon Green was born to direct. Like tumblers aligning in a lock to unleash a creative synergy, their varied careers seem to have crossed paths at just the right time. In this emotionally […]
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Jan 16 2014

The Square

The ongoing political situation in Egypt has called for unthinkable sacrifice from its people in order to effect change, as we’re shown from ground level in Jehane Noujaim’s unflinching documentary “The Square”, which spends the better part of three years shoulder-to-shoulder with everyday Egyptians fighting for their fundamental freedoms. In January 2011, millions of Egyptians set aside […]
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