I am a big Woody Harrelson fan and he can be a funny actor given the right films, The Edge of Seventeen being the latest example. This film is based on a graphic novel named Wilson by Daniel Clowes. Of course I haven’t read it but the trailers looked funny.
What can’t a24 do? The studio behind most of the best movies over the last 5 years now has another with A Ghost Story. The synopsis is: In this singular exploration of legacy, love, loss, and the enormity of existence, a recently deceased, white-sheeted ghost returns to his suburban home to try and reconnect with his bereft wife. While the simple sheet to represent a ghost may seem cheap, it’s actually fitting (no pun intended) as it doesn’t take away from the film’s grounded feel. The characters can’t see it but the sheet helps us to see it. This is a beautiful movie in every aspect and could serve as a welcome change of pace from Spider-Man: Homecoming since they coincidentally release on the same day, July 7th, 2017.
We are now just over 3 months away from the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming. If you would like to watch the first trailer, click here. This trailer offers more of Peter Parker (Tom Holland) trying to find his place as well as a better glimpse of Michael Keaton’s vulture. We also get a little more action which was mostly an extension of what we saw in the first trailer. There was one mild spoiler in the trailer that I didn’t like being when he lost his suit. He’s obviously going to get it back but I wish it wasn’t in the trailer. I don’t think anyone needs convincing but Spider-Man Homecoming releases July 7th, 2017.
If you are unsure about this week’s DVD, Blu-Ray, or digital releases, maybe my site’s reviews can help. Click the posters for the reviews (if applicable) and you now have the option to buy them on Amazon Canada or buy or rent them on iTunes Canada directly from this post.