escape from tomorrow
Poor, unfortunate 2013 Carrie. Under other circumstances, we'd be able to look kindly on this new adaptation of the Stephen King novel. Only one, little thing stands in the way: 1976 Carrie, Brian De Palma's masterful adaptation.
I haven't seen Captain Phillips yet. Obviously, it's the best new movie of the week. Its 8 on IMDb dwarfs the three new movies I did see, which average a 5.5. All in all, a rather dreary week.
Randy Moore's Escape from Tomorrow may be the year's most subversive film: a horrifying satire of the manufactured fun we've come to associate with the Disney assembly line.
In Tinseltown, sometimes radio silence speaks volumes mores than a press release. At least that's how The Hollywood Reporter is reading Disney's ostrich-in-the-sand approach to the impending release of controversial guerrilla-made indie film "Escape from Tomorrow," a horror flick shot stealthily inside Disneyland.
In Tinseltown, sometimes radio silence speaks volumes mores than a press release. At least that's how The Hollywood Reporter
The Disney World movie "Escape From Tomorrow" seemed like it might never see life beyond the Sundance Film Festival, where
An epic battle begins when a middle-aged American husband and father of two learns that he has lost his job. Keeping the