Combustible Celluloid
 
Please check out my Top Ten Lists for every single movie year!!!
FEATURED REVIEW

Sword of Trust

3 1/2 Stars (out of 4)

Directed and co-written by Lynn Shelton (Humpday, Touchy Feely), Sword of Trust is a simple, four-person piece with a simple, intriguing pitch line; it's her best work since Your Sister's Sister. The four characters in the new movie embark upon a journey to try to sell an antique Civil War-era sword; it was left to Cynthia (Jillian Bell) by her grandfather, with the claim that it offers proof that the South won the war. Cynthia and her partner Mary (Michaela Watkins) take the sword to an Alabama pawn shop run by Mel (Marc Maron) and an ineffectual assistant, Nathaniel (Jon Bass). The women try to spin a believable story, but Mel doesn't buy it. Meanwhile, on the web, Nathaniel finds a group of hardcore southerners who actually believe that they won the Civil War and are willing to pay big money for "proof." So the quartet travels into scary redneck territory to meet with the head guy and complete the deal... (More)

LIST OF THE WEEK

Top Ten Movies of 1994

  1. Pulp Fiction
  2. Sátántangó
  3. Through the Olive Trees
  4. Ed Wood
  5. Vanya on 42nd Street
  6. Three Colors: Red
  7. Speed
  8. Chungking Express
  9. Bullets Over Broadway
  10. Léon
MOST POPULAR
  1. Crawl
  2. The Art of Self-Defense
  3. Midsommar
  4. Dead of Night [Blu-ray]
  5. The Last Warning [Blu-ray]
  6. Stuber
  7. Phil
  8. The Extraordinary World of Charley Bowers [Blu-ray]
  9. The Last Black Man in San Francisco
  10. Alphaville [Blu-ray]
DVD OF THE WEEK
If you're thinking of seeing The Lion King live-action remake, why not go back and check out the 1994 animated original, The Lion King?

The Lion King (1994)

Buy DVD

Read the Review
TASCHEN
Hulu Castle Rock SVOD
300x250