Cultjer roundup: Wonder Woman (2017)

Cultjer roundup: Wonder Woman (2017)

Only love can save this world. So I stay. I fight, and I give... for the world I know can be. This is my mission, now. Forever. — While the 20th highest grossing movie of all-time slowly exits the big screen, the time has come to usher in Wonder Woman's arrival on digital streaming services, DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K Ultra HD in North America. Sorry UK, you'll have to wait until October 9.

SeptemBergman: Through a Glass Darkly

SeptemBergman: Through a Glass Darkly

My third outing with Ingmar Bergman brought me to the beginning of his famed "religious trilogy. Through a Glass Darkly was released in 1961 and examines a woman's mental illness, a young man emotionally starved of his father's love, and the grief of losing someone you love and how helpless one feels in that situation. An emotional exploration of love and loss and a family left grasping at whatever pieces of their relationship are left. Visually as gorgeous as it is stark, Through a Glass Darkly rakes the audience over the coals of its pensive intensity yet leave you safely nestled in the warmth of its lyrical beauty.

Save the date: 'John Wick 3' coming May 2019

Save the date: 'John Wick 3' coming May 2019

Mark your calendars. Lionsgate and Thunder Road Pictures have set a release date for “John Wick: Chapter 3.” — The third film of the $260 million dollar series will hit theaters on May 17, 2019 and will feature the return of Keanu Reeves along with the creative team behind John Wick and John Wick: Chapter 2, director Chad Stahelski and writer Derek Kolstad. Though it's not confirmed if Stahelski will Direct "Chapter 3", the executive producer confirmed back in May that both he and writer Derek Kolstad were busy penning the script for the third installment that left John excommunicado as a result of the assassin's penchant-fueled offing of High Table's Santino D'Antonio inside Continental grounds.

American Assassin (2017)
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American Assassin (2017)

Even though his filmography isn't much right now, I really do see a lot in Dylan O'Brien. A likable and normal guy who has a lot of charm in roles. His biggest role was in the TV department in the show Teen Wolf and in the film department, he's made good money off the Maze Runner series. These are roles that work for him now but these are only "teen roles" and he could be finding something better because he has more talent than what he's putting himself in. His newest lead role is in the CIA film The American Assassin. Something that much different from what he use to it and step into more adult roles but's its a mess of a film.

BLADE RUNNER: 2049 prequel short: '2048: Nowhere to Run'

BLADE RUNNER: 2049 prequel short: '2048: Nowhere to Run'

Warner Bros. and Denis Villeneuve released the second of three 'in-world' prequel shorts as a lead-in to Blade Runner 2049 — Directed by Luke Scott, Blade Runner's second prequel short "2048: Nowhere to Run" takes place twelve years after the intro of the nearly perfected replicant model, "Nexus 9" unveiled by Tyrell Corporation Head, Niander Wallace (Jared Leto). In 2048, we're given a glimpse into the present day, where the streets of LA have become uninhabitable, stricken by hunger, poverty and sickness. The government has since repealed the ban on replicant manufacturing, thanks in part due to Wallace's Nexus 9; and the LAPD have committed additional resources to locate remaining illegal replicants. Enter Sapper Morton played by hulking bruiser Dave Bautista.

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