(1987, in Spanish with English subtitles, 102 min, 35mm) TIE ME UP! Upon release from a psychiatric hospital, the free-spirited Ricky (Antonio Banderas) kidnaps the love of his life: a horror movie actress (Victoria Abril) who has no recollection of any previous affair.
Double Jeopardy is an interesting enough thriller, but it just isn't as satisfying as you would expect a movie with this premise to be.
Drawing inspiration from The Stepford Wives for his filmmaking debut, comedian Jordan Peele delivers both a nuanced examination of racism and a scary, funny, and galvanizing horror flick.
(2017, 104 min, DCP ‘Scope)LAW OF DESIRE , Promiscuous ﬁlm director Pablo (Eucebio Poncela) longs to be swept away in an all-consuming passion.
Ashley Judd is just annoying for the first hour or so of the film, and it isn't until the fugitive style chase begins that the movie gets really interesting.
And this, of course, is where Tommy Lee's excellent acting is the most entertaining and fun.