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"juliet bonos" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Pandemic hangover type thing or what, but I'm, you know, mildly excited about the Thor, love and thunder. So I'd put that at number 5 for me. The Elvis movie from baz luhrmann, I'm still really intrigued by I know you have your skepticism when it comes to lower men. But Elvis, I'm going to see what I'm going to see what we've got there. Could be interesting. Here's a really under the radar one that popped up only to me on in my research. And it's Neptune frost, which is coming to theaters June 3. I'm just going to read this description from IndieWire Jude dry. Again, writing on IndieWire, the experimental afrofuturist musical from multidisciplinary artist Saul Williams and anasa Yemen defies categorization, which is what makes it so exciting and confounding. Part contemporary operetta part anarchist sci-fi saga, the dream like tale follows a gender shifting soothsayer and an off the grid hacker enclave as they Dodge the ravages of a senseless resource war. So after I've recovered from men, hopefully I will be ready for Neptune frost, which just sounds possibly quite dazzling. Crimes of the future, the new cronenberg, that's my second most anticipated, of course, which we've mentioned, I think, comes out in June, and then Jordan Peele's nope is at the top of my list. Can not wait. Okay. Well, you said anything could be great, and I was all in on that bubbly optimism, Josh. I was going to adopt it. It was going to be my whole new mantra. Not your right movies on life. Really? So struck a chord and then you mentioned baz luhrmann's Elvis and does not hold does not hold. No, I know I can't go there. My top 5, well, I've got a top four and we've mentioned all of them. So I don't really have a lot to add. If I was going just strictly in order of the movies I most want to see, at number four, I'd have the Miller, 3000 years of longing. Number three men, the Alex Garland film, we're going to talk about next week. Number two, or no, it's really number one. Okay, fine. I'm going to go nope at number two. And yeah, damn it. I'm going Top Gun: Maverick at number one. I mean, at this point, you kind of have to. Yeah, I have to. My number 5 might either be the cronenberg though. Oh man, we talked about horror earlier, body horror makes me makes me squirm even more of course. So I'll be watching that with my eyes closed. I am, of course, very curious about the new Claire Denis as well talked about that a little was Steve procope last week as it's playing the Chicago critics film festival here coming up. The music box is called both sides of the blade. All I need to hear is that Juliet bonos is in it, but then Vincent London in it as well so good in teton. Last year, but maybe Josh, I would go with a little more populous choice. I am intrigued by the gray man, July 15th theaters, streaming on Netflix on the 22nd. I'm seeing some things about how it's supposed to be like Netflix's big tentpole movie of the year, their most expensive movie to date, which doesn't usually give me much confidence, but it comes to us from the Russo brothers and really why I'm excited is that it's a spy movie, which I'm usually a sucker for. Starring Ryan Gosling. You throw in Chris Evans and their former assassins or they formerly worked together at the CIA and now they're tracking each other sort of a cat and mouse game. I like those performers a lot. Add in on a day armus, Regé-Jean Page, who many may remember from the first season of Bridgerton. I have a feeling I will be plopping myself down on the couch if not in the theater around July 22nd to see the gray man on Netflix. And I suppose I have one other question. I'll stick in the art house here and I'll give you one more question, which is, am I ready for a Peter Strickland comedy? Peter Strickland. The filmmaker behind barbarian sound studio behind the duke of burgundy. There might be some elements in both of those films you would describe as humorous. I don't know what they would be, but if I remember someone could possibly pick out a few interesting scenes and then he's got a new film out called flux Gourmet, this is the description. Set at an institute devoted to culinary and alimentary performance. A collective finds itself embroiled in power struggles, artistic vendettas, and gastrointestinal disorders. So going to be a little bit of a head scratcher, as you would expect from Strickland, seems like it might make you a little bit uncomfortable at times as we talk about stomach problems in those gastrointestinal disorders. And yet it's supposed to be funny, Josh. Summer blockbuster sounds like stereotypical summer blockbuster to me. Apparently so those are our top 5 summer movie questions. 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"juliet bonos" Discussed on Filmspotting
"She's even better here. There's some really nice supporting work from Leslie Mann and Brad Garrett in this. It's a film about family. It's a film about this very interesting relationship between this mother and daughter in this guy. This still growing up. It's sort of a coming of age story in a lot of ways. It's a beautiful little film. We're very, very excited. We got it to open the festival and that Cooper raif is coming in. So yeah, great, great debut film from him that was golden brick contender here on film spotting shithouse. Yes. I wasn't sure if I was allowed to say shit house. So I guess I can. You're allowed. You're allowed. Give us all the time. Go for it and we can't say what might happen to you. That's all right. One film we always are trying very hard to find some of the best documentaries we can. We have a great one called hold your fire, which I think eventually is going to end up on showtime playing Sunday, may 15th at 7 15. The filmmaker, a guy named Stefan Forbes, is going to be there in attendance. It basically is about the incident that birthed the modern day hostage negotiation practice. Brooklyn in 1973, I believe it's right in the sort of the shadow of Attica. And a lot of the people on both sides of this negotiation are still alive. So they have new interviews with most of the major players in this incident and it's fascinating. And it's a little scary to watch sometimes because this was in the, like I said in the wake of Attica where pretty much every negotiating tactic went wrong, if you saw the documentary Attica that was on showtime last year, it's a perfect companion piece to it. And it's a tense. It's like I didn't really know how this was going to end. I didn't know this story. So it is tense, it is like it is dramatic storytelling at its best in the documentary form. There's another documentary I'm really intrigued by because it's the Doc debut of filmmaker ramin bahrani. Second chance, yes, that's another one from Sundance. That's a terrific terrific film. I dare you to watch the trailer because the first thing that happens in the trailer is a guy in a bulletproof vest shoots himself in the chest. It's a guy named Richard Davis who invented what is essentially the modern day bulletproof vest. So it's about his career and obviously if it was just about a guy who made bulletproof vests, it wouldn't be much of a movie. This guy has a shady as hell story to tell. There's a very fascinating story about this guy who's basically living the American Dream and then sabotages himself as we find out he does has many times in his life. So yeah, but ramin barani, I wasn't, it took me a while to see the connection between this film and many of his other films about the American Dream from a certain angle or the American Dream gone very poorly for some people. It's a terrific movie called second chance. And that's playing Sunday, may 15th at noon. So it would be the first film that day. Claire Denis, another big name who I don't believe will be attending the fest. That would be something. But she has a film playing the fest. Yeah, when we saw it, it was called fire, but now it's called both sides of the blade and it stars her recent favorite actress Juliet bonos, as well as Vincent London, who was just into tan recently and just killed in that movie, and he's also very good here, but that's happening. Actually, that's going to be right after the ramin bahrani film. That'll be Sunday May 15th at 2 p.m.. So that's an excellent double feature. Yeah, that's the afternoon I have circled on my calendar largely for the Denis and I know I'm not in for a comfortable viewing, but I will definitely be challenged and am always open to what she has ready to throw my way. I can recommend one of the films I've seen that's playing the fest. It's one of those films playing on the last day. I think on Thursday, that's good luck to you, Leo grand. Which has really wonderful performance by Emma Thompson that let's just say I think a lot of people will be talking about definitely. And then honestly, it's a two person film. It's basically just the two of its Emma Thompson in this guy named Darrell McCormick. They are wonderful together and I've never seen him before, but he's a male prostitute that she hires. She's a widow. And retired school teacher and she is just trying to figure out what good sex even could be, whether let alone a she can actually experience or not. I honestly think the reaction to this film is going to really depend on what you bring to it. I think it's gonna really just in your relationship to sex. So yeah, and you're right. It's a wonderful film. I can easily see Emma Thompson getting being talked about at the end of the year awards season. So yeah, it's that good and she's tremendous in it. I can honestly say I don't think I've ever seen her the way you see her here. No, that is for sure, unless there's something that I have, I have dramatically overlooked the Chicago critics film festival, runs may 13th through the 19th. It does take place at the music box theater here in Chicago, and you can get more info and tickets at Chicago critics, film festival, dot com. Thank you, Steve, as always,.