Saturday, August 13, 2016

Movie Spotting: Nerve, Kubo and the Two Strings, SING, Bad Moms, and More

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In an eventful year for movies, Jeff Bezos, made an appearance as an alien in the newest Star Trek movie and the lead star of that Chris Pine happens to be starring on one of the highlights of this movie spotting, Hell on High Water.

Next we have the splashiest possibly would-be movie, Nerve with Emma Roberts. This is the actress best known for Nickelodeon's Unfabulous and later wonderful movies like Aquamarine, Nancy Drew, but also starring in TV shows like American Horror Story. This movie is looking great already from the movie's trailer with Emma Robert's typical sweetness. Not to mention the technology-laden backdrop of the story could prove very interesting.

On the funny spectrum, we have Florence with Hugh Grant about an older woman who dreams of singing, the only problem, she has a horrible singing voice. 

The movie's plot relies on her struggle to overcome this and seemingly show others that one can do it because everyone's voice should be heard. And another one on the comedy side is Central Intelligence, I believe, in theaters already about a young overweight young man who grows up to change himself and becomes a member of the CIA. All because he hates bullies. I agree, bullies are disgusting. 

Then a funny, family-centered film, Bad Moms starring the alluring Mila Kunis who is, in fact, a new mom herself. This is a movie about moms not taking themselves seriously and OK doing outrageous but funny things. 

Next we have the appealing-looking Animation films. First off gaining my attention is Kubo and the Two Strings. Right off the story was way something highly Fantasy-esque. So imaginative but the story's premise as revealed by the trailer makes it all the more appealing. Of all the animated films to come this is the one that has gotten my attention due to the animation techniques, which looks unlike anything else I have seen. Yet, there is one more animation film to keep one's attention out for and that is SING.

A little unrelated to rest of the films we have one that is a little more somber called American Pastoral starring the ever-youthful and ethereal-looking Dakota Fanning, Ewan McGregor, and Jennifer Donnelly. 

But of all the rest, we have one that is unbelievably bizzare but in a good way, The Neon Demon to be brought to us by Amazon Studios.

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