In a tale reminiscent of Peeping Tom and especially the Dogme 95 film The Celebration, the video-obsessed Martijn (played/voiced by three different actors, none of whom are virtually ever seen on camera) pays a surprise visit to his sister (a radiant Kim van Kooten, in her first film) on the day of her 20th birthday. As soon becomes apparent, Martijn has a bit of a chip on his shoulder -- probably something to do with his incestuous lust for his kid sis when she was just nine years old. Seen in frequent flashbacks, it's unclear what their relationship was really like as children, or even who wanted what -- or whom. Over the course of an hour and a half, we are invited to somewhat relive the past, and figure out this twisted bit of history.
Continue reading: Little Sister Review
Writer-director Christopher McQuarrie brings a dark and gritty tone to this larger-than-life franchise.
Ed Helms has spoken about his initial reluctance to follow up the 80's cult classics.
Mike's current life revolves around his girlfriend, a healthy amount of weed and his job at the local cash & carry.
Michael Douglas' two movies this year couldn't be much more different.
O'Brien, Rocky Horror's creator, will be playing the narrator in a special West End run in September this year.
As soon a pop partnership Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift got together, we knew it...
Just a day after Zayn Malik said that he had left them to make “#realmusic”, One Direction...