Happy birthday to my brother and best friend @albertreblam! I appreciate all you’ve done for me and all our memories. Thanks for being there for me in my best and worst times. Can’t wait to celebrate with you bro! #flicks#swedishfish#blakegriffin#extrabeans
Just picked up this new release Blu-Ray today! Blade Runner 2049 is a visual masterpiece and I’ve been dying to rewatch it for a while now; thanks @bullmoosestores for the supplemental greeting card 👍🏼
Ugh, @shakespeareinthesquare always casts me as "the boy next door". AND they make me carry heavy bags!!! I like to think it's because I'm cute, earnest, and have huge biceps. This weekend's Winter Festival is no exception. Come see me play sneaky Geoffrey (The Lion in Winter) and his kind son Arthur (King John) @ the SITS Winter Festival 🍷🌿👦🏻
🎭 Link in bio!!! 🎭
A Cure for Wellness (2016) 💉
"There's something in the water". Gore Verbinski helms this psychological horror starting Dane Dehaan as ambitious executive, Lockhart, who is sent to bring his company's CEO back from a secluded and idyllic wellness centre in the Swiss Alps.
Following his arrival, he begins to question the strange "treatments" performed at the centre under the direction of Dr Volmer (Jason Isaacs). Things further unravel as Lockhart learns more about the centre and its occupants.
Visually, this movie is gorgeous. I adored the direction and cinematography - Verbinski showcases and proves his skill in the art of direction and taste. Dehaan's performance surprised me. The premise of this film is fascinating and the script gives rise to many ominous and spectacular lines. Unfortunately, the plot begins to unravel and becomes thin as the film progresses. It's almost as if plot development was sacrificed for great visuals. Towards the end, this factor diminished my enjoyment.
Nevertheless, I do think this film is worth watching. I enjoyed it. And it looked damn fantastic. I'm a sucker for beautiful cinematography and settings.