Reviews of 'Fury,' 'The Guest' and 'The Possibilities Are Endless' Lead Our Friday Film Roundup
Published Oct 17, 2014Instead of getting blindsided by a batch of bad movies at the theatre this weekend, check out our weekly Film Roundup below to find out which of this week's new films made the cut with our critics. Then, check out our Recently Reviewed section for even more film reviews.
First up on the chopping block is Fury, David Ayer's long-awaited WWII drama about a team of tank drivers starring Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf and Michael Pena. But is there more to this relentlessly grim war film than just a star-studded cast? Read on to find out.
Next, Adam Wingard strikes genre filmmaking gold with The Guest, while William H. Macy proves himself to be an adept filmmaker with his directorial debut Rudderless.
After that, as part of our Reel Indie Film Festival coverage, we checked out the career-encompassing documentary on Tornados mastermind Joe Meek (A Life In The Death Of Joe Meek) and were blown away by the beautiful documentary profiling Edwyn Collins' struggles to regain his speech in The Possibilities Are Endless.
Last but not least is These Final Hours, Zak Hilditch's dystopian sci-fi flick about a man who forgoes partying his last day on earth away in favour of reuniting a little girl with her father. But are there enough metaphysical musings to keep this film from being too predictable? Click through to know.
If that's not enough, you can find more film reviews in our Recently Reviewed section every week.