Continuing our desire to highlight upcoming independent and foreign films we think you should be aware of, we look at something we never thought we’d be typing in 1988 let alone 2018: the new film from iconoclastic filmmaker Orson Welles.
Continuing our desire to highlight upcoming independent and foreign films we think you should be aware of, we take a look at the new film from the director of last year’s excellent Sam Elliott movie “The Hero,” which also featured Nick Offerman.
Continuing our desire to highlight upcoming independent and foreign films we think you should be aware of, we take a look at the new documentary about one of the greatest women living today. If you don’t love Ruth Bader Ginsburg, you probably don’t know Ruth Bader Ginsburg very well.
We have many guilty pleasures here at the FilmJerk world headquarters, as if you couldn’t tell from the lack of recent updates. We love going to see classic movies at our local repertory cinemas. We love playing Fallout 4. And one of our guiltiest pleasures are Russian crash videos. We can find ourselves losing several hours falling down that rabbit hole of watching some of the worst, most stupidest drivers, those grainy videos caught on dashboard mounted cameras. So imagine our surprise and delight when we were introduced to the upcoming “The Road Movie.”
Today, if you even remember Emilio Estevez, you probably only remember him from “The Breakfast Club” or “The Mighty Ducks,” and you probably didn’t even remember he had directed several movies. Not too surprising, since he’s only been in half a dozen movies in the past twenty years, most of which are the films he’s directed, most of which have been hampered by a lack of proper distribution and promotion. Hopefully, we can have an Estevez renaissance with the arrival of his latest film, “the public.”