From 101 Films, Senior Moment – an old man comedy-drama featuring both Christopher Lloyd and William Shatner – is to have a Digital release on 28th June. Here’s what they had to say:
Running at 71 minutes, semi-disgraced writer-director, James Toback, has managed to add new meanings to the term, “pretentious,”, with his latest (and hopefully last) film, An Imperfect Murder aka The Private Life of a Modern Woman.
From Signature Entertainment, the Irish thriller, Here Are the Young Men, is headed for Digital platforms on 30th April. This is what Signature had to say:
A mysterious, though slightly heartbreaking film, Last Moment of Clarity spends a fair portion of its life almost like an art movie, though ultimately transitioning into a generic light action thriller.
A serious film about drugs, Crisis is a spectacle of intensity and moral values told through three storylines led individually by its three stars: Gary Oldman, Armie Hammer, and Evangeline Lilly.
A difficult, yet intriguing film. White Lie poses a concept which is horrific, one which transcends a heist of people's good will into an unbearable and nervy thriller.
Here, we have a story with nuances of jealousy, regret and a midlife crisis, all during the week of a wedding. Alicia Silverstone - with her best performance in 25 years - is Audrey, the sister of the groom in the appropriately titled, Sister of the Groom.
Set in Dundee, Scotland around 1979-80, Schemers presents an unbelievable underdog story – one which will inspire today’s generation.
Another day, another dollar, and another direct-to-video Steven Seagal film. Beyond the Law - not to be confused with the Cynthia Rothrock film of the same name - is probably Seagal's best in the last decade or so.
Straight out of the textbook of 90s action thrillers, 7500 marks the return of, not only outdated concepts, but Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s proper return to the screen.
A remake of Argentina’s The Accused, the French-language drama, The Girl with a Bracelet (La Fille au bracelet) takes its source material’s name to the core - in that the accused is central to the film, rather than the accusation.