WOLF OF WALL STREET:
We have approx. ten billion copies of this in rental. We need them, Wolf of Wall Street is gonna go go go.
Leonardo DiCaprio is real life scumbag Jordan Belfort, an NYC stockbroker that got himself greasy, head-deep in filth, fraud and corruption back in the 1990s. Martin Scorsese is the director and gets the film jamming along better than most could. A film to make you feel dirty. It also has the sad, sad honour of being the first major studio-film distributed to cinemas in exclusively digital format. No 35mm prints at all – the last one Paramount made of those was Anchorman 2, yuck.
ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK:
This series is cause for excitement. I have quite literally been shaking in anticipation. Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling) is sentenced to 15 months in a women’s federal prison for transporting a suitcase full of drug money to her former girlfriend Alex Vause (Laura Prepon) – an international drug smuggler. The offence occurs ten years prior to the start of Orange Is the New Black, and in that time Piper has moved on to a quiet, law-abiding life. In prison, Piper and Alex are reunited. Whilst rehashing their relationship, they get to grips with fellow inmates… This has gotten stunning reviews and looks wonderful. Season two is on its way soon, so get in on the ground floor.
BBC series about the lives of medics and patients at a field hospital in France during the First World War.
posted by William Goodey