50 Cinematic Blind Spots For Our New Normal
50 Cinematic Blind Spots For Our New Quarantined Normal
ignoring standard classic or popular films (Forrest Gump, The Shawshank Redemption, Goodfellas), underseen under-appreciated, this self-regulated
The Apostle (1997)
A deep south tale of redemption, Robert Duvall’s exquisite portrayal of a southern preacher/con-man looking for an absolution that won’t come any time soon is a true force of nature. Duvall’s performance hasn’t lost any velocity since its 1997-award winning run.
Available on Starz Play Amazon Channel, Starz, and DIRECTV!
The Art of the Steal (2013)
If Carlos Estrada’s film
Blood and Wine (1997)
The Wachowski’s freshman feature is about a pair of crime-crossed lovers, Corky and Violet (Jennifer Tilly, Gina Gershon). They plan a scheme to steal millions of stashed mob money and pin the blame on Violet’s crooked boyfriend Caesar (Joe Pantoliano at his madcap best). Bound is a distinct, neo-noir caper ahead of its time and made for the #MeToo era of filmmaking.
Available on Showtime Play Amazon Channel and Pluto TV!
It is a while Spike Lee’s Clockers is a lost-in-the-shuffle classic.
The Crossing Guard (1996)
significant endless guilt trying with revenge two excellent As from prison.
Available on Hoopla and to rent on various digital platforms!
Dark City (1998)