Much has been made of the unorthodox way Richard Linklater filmed Boyhood, working with the same cast over a twelve-year span -- but it's also worth pointing out that the cast in question boasts plenty of talent, including Linklater's frequent male lead, Ethan Hawke. With Boyhood opening in limited release this weekend, we decided to take the opportunity to have a look at Hawke's filmography -- and although it's as stuffed with Linklater collaborations as you might expect, there's also a lot more going on here, including some of the most cherished movies of the '80s, '90s, and beyond. Cast off that planet of regret sitting on your shoulders, because it's time for Total Recall!
It's been touch and go for The Killing since it debuted on AMC in 2011. But with Netflix airing the fourth and final season on August 1, here's why you might want to investigate the moody mystery of The Killing.
The simian summer commences this Friday with Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, where man and apekind battle for victory over Earth as the true dominant species. With that, this week's 24 Frames gallery looks at more apes from cinematic history.
There aren't a whole lot of brand new titles available to stream this week, save for an anime reboot on Hulu and an indie documentary on a celebrated cult director and the conceptually incredible film he never made. Other than that, though, we've got a number of decent choices on Netflix and Crackle, so have a look.
The biggest film available in home video this week comes in the form of Jason Bateman's directorial debut, but the smaller releases may warrant more attention. These include a Certified Fresh follow-up to an Indonesian action hit, an erotic two-part drama from Lars von Trier, and a documentary on one of the greatest movies never made, among others. Read on for details.