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Our featured clip this week is Frankie and Alice which finds a literally divided
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Frankie and Alice
Frankie and Alice
Frankie and Alice is a psychological thriller which finds a woman (
The always sinister and interesting Stellan Skarsgard co-stars as
Dramas that transcend the afterlife and the land of the living, such as The Invisible or After.Life to name some recent entries, are always interesting endeavours even if they ultimately fail at executing their bold premise. Dead Awake collects a strong cast including Nick Stahl, Amy Smart and Rose McGowan in a story of a funeral director (Stahl) who tries to unravel a decade-old mystery by faking his own death. Apparently heading straight to video after a limited release, it is difficult to see from its trailer alone if it deserves such a treatment. The cast says otherwise, so only time will tell.
Though not a stranger to but mostly absent from romantic dramas, Live Schreiber is most definitely a fine actor and a great screen presence to matter the genre. He teams with a notable ensemble cast including Helen Hunt, Carla Cugino and Eddie Izzard in this tale of infidelity, marriage and love. The director is the writer and frequent director of the sultry television series Nip/Tuck, so he certainly has credibility on his side from a perspective of proven chops, but if this can translate to a full length feature film will be his task to fill.
Though the cast inspires confidence (Russell Brand, James Marsden, Elizabeth Perkins and The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco to name a few), the director I’m sad to say does not (that is of course unless films such as Alvin and the Chipmunks, Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties and Muppets From Space inspire rabid love). This tale of a man who, after hitting the Easter Bunny with his car, must then fill the lovable rodent’s role gives us the same tripe in its teaser trailer as the norm, so everyone pray the end result gives us something of worth.