This one had the makings of a great film. Ben Affleck had directed some great films but there was just something about this one that didn’t quite work as well as he maybe thought it did. (original review)
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.
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 or buy or rent them on iTunes directly from this post.
Ben Affleck has had hit more that he has missed when it comes to directing films so I was excited to see his latest effort with Live by Night. This film marks the return to the work of author Dennis Lehane, the author behind Gone Baby Gone, the source of Affleck’s first directorial effort. The mostly bad reviews came as a surprise but they were unfortunately warranted.
Here is a look at the movies we will be covering this week:
I haven’t done this in a while but here we go. We are just over a week away (unless you are one of the few who saw it on Christmas Day) of Ben Affleck’s new directorial effort, Live by Night. The movies has been getting mixed reviews since its limited release but I’m still excited. Sure, there have been plenty of gangster period pieces but Ben Affleck’s involvement makes me feel better about it (which is something I don’t often say) and so does its great cast, featuring Brendan Gleeson, Chris Cooper, and Zoe Saldana just to name a few. I’ve also seen so many trailers for this, I feel like I’ve already seen the movie but for the rest of us, there are seven clips below to get us all in the mood.
Featuring trailers of Jackie, Patriots Day, Beauty and the Beast, Ghost in the Shell, and Live by Night.
Featuring trailers of Live by Night, Ouija: Origin of Evil, The Free World, The Promise, and 2 trailers for Free Fire.