Friday, December 18, 2020

What to Watch This Weekend: Tenet, Lupin III, Boxing, 1994, Louis van Beethoven, Greenland, Hunter Hunter, Paint, KFC

For A Mindbending Blockbuster Film - Tenet (Redbox and Digital)
Christopher Nolan's time bending tale is finally available on Redbox and digital.  If you didn't want to head to the theaters this summer, now is great time to check out one of the few movies that came out in theaters this summer!

For The Anime Fan - Lupin III: The First (Digital
Lupin III: The First has beautiful animation, an upbeat soundtrack, and an exciting heist adventure that takes the gentleman thief all over the world.  For more information, check out the review!

For A Documentary About Rolling With The Punches - Suffer For Good (Digital)
Suffer For Good highlights the importance of hard work and determination, and shows that in life you are never too old to pursue your dreams.  For more information, check out our review!

For A Little Bit of Political History - 1994 (Topic)
1994 highlights an explosive and dramatic year in Italian politics, with interesting characters, an engaging story, and an impressive commitment to the time period.  For more information, check out our review!

For Some Musical History - Louis van Beethoven (Virtual Cinema and Digital)
Louis van Beethoven composes a wonderful portrayal of the Beethoven's life with its great cast, excellent use of music, and humanizing story of the larger than life figure.  For more information, check out our review!

For a Summer Blockbuster in Winter - Greenland (Digital)
Greenland is the summer blockbuster you need for the wintertime, with exciting special effects, a great cast, wonderful sound, and some interesting moral choices.    For more information, check out our review!

For a Raw and Realistic Survival Horror - Hunter Hunter (Digital)
Hunter Hunter's interesting, low tech lifestyle, commitment to realism, brutal scenes, and palatable tension will trap your interest right from the start!    For more information, check out our review!

For An Artistic Drama - Paint (Digital)
Paint's interesting characters, multiple story threads, and unapologetic look at the image-conscious art world paints a wonderful picture of dark humor and deep drama!  For more information, check out our review!

For Some Deep Fried Advertising Ridiculousness - A Recipe for Seduction (Lifetime)
A Recipe for Seduction's spicy scenes, bite-sized duration, and piping hot cast led by a salt and pepper Mario Lopez make it one campy movie you'll want to dig into.  For more information, check out our review!

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