You’re in for a treat this week, as the Interjections boys have a whole slew of new entertainment right at your fingertips. Spike Lee has rolled us a new joint, the timely BlacKkKlansman, starring John David Washington as Ron Stallworth, a Colorado detective who has infiltrated the KKK and plans on disrupting them with a white counterpart played by Adam Driver.
Find yourself back in the land before time with Alpha, a bare-bones odyssey starring Kodi Smit-McPhee alongside man’s best friend. Mark Wahlberg coughs up his worst effort in a long while in his fourth collaboration with Peter Berg, “thriller” Mile 22.
Stephen King characters convene in the small Maine town of Castle Rock in the latest Hulu anthology, while Tristan takes us back to last November with an updated Agatha Christie mystery directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh, Murder on the Orient Express.
Fall back to the careless mid-90s and hope that Mars Attacks!!! holds up and Tim Burton wasn’t going out on a limb, while the ’80s shines in style with the Prince epic musical odyssey Purple Rain and Michael J. Fox’s true debut in basketball puberty metaphor Teen Wolf.
The true treat for every cinephile is an early Paul Verhoeven work, Flesh and Blood, that will take you, the viewer, straight to the heart of the Crusades and a blood-soaked Rutger Hauer. Lastly, get spirited away with Hayao Miyazaki’s finest film…Spirited Away.
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