From Roberto Saviano’s book, the creator of Gomorra Stefano Sollima announced the trailer for the upcoming tv series ZeroZeroZero.
A Sky Studios original production.
Debut at the 76th Venice Film Festival.
Just look at Charles Manson‘s representation in below comparison video, it’s INSANE.
The same actor, Damon Herriman, plays Manson in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood by Tarantino. Just saying.
But this is just one little detail from the series, now centered on Atlanta murders from 1979 to 1981.
Mindhunter‘s first season was totally boredom to me. Useful only to get to know the new FBI experimental project and agents.
The second one doesn’t want you to do anything other than bingewatch it.
It will be out next week worldwide.
You should seriously watch the previous 2 movies, Unbreakable (2000) and Split (2016).
James McAvoy is outstanding and unparalleled.
Bruce Willis touches you.
Samuel L. Jackson will get you angry but empathetic.
M. Night Shyamalan, well…you know him. He will surprise you.
I can’t wait for the final chapter.
Already in theaters in Europe, will be released in February in the States.
Reminded me of Muccino’s There Is No Place Like Home (A Casa Tutti Bene), but a thriller version of it.
Nice countryside setting, great acting performances (Cruz, Bardem), nice twist of events.
Only a weak ending in my opinion.
I give it a 7/10.
Two major lead actresses for two powerful roles.
Today, long awaited 2nd November, premieres the last season of House of Cards and the first one for Homecoming.
As I wrote before, this is Julia Roberts’ first tv show ever.
Check out last night interview on Kimmel and enjoy the show 🙂
This sounds like a juicy one.
A psychological thriller revolving around secret government departments and former soldiers, basically.
The first ever tv series for Julia Roberts.
Surrounded by a great, terrific cast: Bobby Cannavale, Shea Wigham (both seen on Boardwalk Empire), Dermot Mulroney, Jeremy Allen White (both seen on Shameless), Sissy Spacek.
Coming on Amazon Prime Video on November 2nd.
Now that the first season has ended, I can finally safely say you have to watch this.
HBO is back among “country folks” (quoting a line from the show) after True Detective, with dark atmospheres, shady characters, nothing-to-do Wind Gap city, and a LOT of alcohol.
The show takes a few episodes to speed it up. Amy Adams will help you get through. She’s terrific.
Also starring: Patricia Clarkson, Chris Messina, Henry Czerny.