Clint Eastwood’s recent film The Mule is as low-key as its title character. The drama, which arrives on Blu-Ray and DVD today, tells a character-driven story about an older man who becomes a drug mule. With Eastwood also serving as the star, the story methodically unfolds with few embellishes along the way.
Director Tim Burton is well-known for his ability to create unique landscapes in his cinematic creations. He created such a landscape in Batman and its sequel Batman Returns. His new film reunites two of the stars from the latter picture and brings them into a world of its own.
One of the most unique elements of the new History channel program Jesus: His Life is that the title character isn’t the main character in each of the episodes. Instead, the eight-episode program about Jesus is, as noted by the narrator, “told through the eyes of the people who knew him best.”
In the 1991 filmSilence of the Lambs, FBI agent Clarice Starling famously visited the imprisoned cannibal Hannibal Lecter in an attempt to learn more about a criminal on the loose. The concept was that Lecter, a psychiatrist-turned-criminal, could help profile and help capture an elusive psychopath.
Whiskey Cavalieris the latest procedural to feature two mismatched individuals partnering up to help stop crime. LikeCastle, Elementary or the short-lived Take Two, this new ABC drama relies on a traditional template to tell its weekly stories.
In the Old Testament of the Bible, God becomes so frustrated with the citizens of the planet that he destroys much of civilization in a gigantic flood. Noah, his family, and a variety of animals survive in an arc and eventually help rebuild the population once again.