Posts Tagged ‘Joel Edgerton’
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Midnight Special

An engaging and offbeat supernatural mystery/thriller featuring some fine actors, and boasting a verve of originality so often missing from this genre.
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Midnight Special

Part ode to early Spielberg, part terse rumination on Otherness, "Midnight Special" is a worthy film that is a little too meagerly with its emotions.

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Black Mass (2015)

The Blu-ray release of "Black Mass" is worth a rental, even if it's only to see the wonderful performance by Johnny Depp.
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Another Take: Black Mass

Scott Cooper’s new film, “Black Mass,” is a tight, well-written gangster saga that somehow left me feeling a little underwhelmed.

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Black Mass

"Black Mass" was built to feature Johnny Depp in an unforgettable performance. At this it succeeds, but to the detriment of the total cinematic experience.
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GOOD NEWS!!! WE HAVE EXTRA BLACK MASS PASSES!!!

GOOD NEWS!!! WE HAVE EXTRA BLACK MASS PASSES! The Screening is Wednesday September 16th at 7:30 pm! WANT PASSES?? GO TO www.wbtickets.com/BMFILMYAP15 WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!!!!! Synopsis: In 1970s South Boston, FBI Agent John Connolly (Joel Edgerton) persuades Irish mobster Jimmy Bulger (Johnny Depp) to collaborate with the FBI in order to eliminate their common enemy: the […]

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INDIANAPOLIS!!! WIN PASSES TO SEE BLACK MASS!!!

INDIANAPOLIS!!! WIN PASSES TO SEE BLACK MASS, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16th at 7:30 pm! 1) go to www.facebook.com/TheFilmYap. Share the post about this contest. 2) Go back to www.facebook.com/TheFilmYap and comment on the post about this contest and tell us what’s your favorite gangster movie? Synopsis: In 1970s South Boston, FBI Agent John Connolly (Joel Edgerton) […]
Rebecca Hall, Jason Bateman and Joel Edgerton (who also wrote and directed) star in "The Gift," a 2015 psychological thriller from STX Entertainment.

The Gift

Co-star/writer/director Joel Edgerton delivers a confidently patient, psychologically potent and wonderfully acted parable about victimization and vindication.