Life, whether real or in the movies, is like a coin: There are always two sides. Check out the films below to see what is behind a locked door, the other argument to a heroic act, the danger beneath an angelic face and the retelling of a classic from a different cast.
The Disappointments Room
The house was a perfect buy for Dana (Kate Beckinsale), but then it begins to plague with dreams related to a hidden room upstairs. Like the case with “Cabin in the Woods,” the film’s release was significantly delayed after its distributor, Relativity Media, went bankrupt.
The public says it’s a “Miracle on the Hudson.” The superiors believe that the water landing could have been avoided. At the center of both sides is Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger (Tom Hanks), the pilot whose actions saved 155 people. Based on the novel “Highest Duty” from Sullenberger and Jeffrey Zaslow.
When the Bough Breaks
Even though John and Laura Taylor (Morris Chestnut and Regina Hall) wear “success couple” on them every day, they have been struggling with starting a family. The Taylors then hire a surrogate, Anna (Jaz Sinclair), to remedy the fact, not expecting that this individual is exactly the title of an Ariana Grande’s song.
The Wild Life
Although this Belgian-French animated production tells the tale of Robinson Crusoe, the main perspective this time this time is the animals. The marketers use the song “The Wild Life” from Outasight in this trailer — quite a smart move, to be honest.
Let us know what you will be seeing, and stay tuned for the next Reel Mood of the Week!