Yes, Blessing in Disguise is a romantic comedy about the infamous venereal gift that keeps on giving.
Yuko Okumura is the biggest strawberry enthusiast living in Bloomington, Indiana.
A member of an online community of strawberry lovers, she shares her strawberry collection and obsession with friends from around the world. Yuko has big plans to show the world the power that strawberries hold and happiness they can bring to humanity.
Losing your job sucks! Often the only thing that keeps you going in this situation is the thought that things could always be worse. Sadly, this isn’t the case for Jeff, the protagonist of Nate Sherman and Nick Vokey’s 7-minute animated comedy Fired on Mars. Over 30-million miles from home, with his wife spending an unhealthy amount of time with her yoga teacher and no new jobs on the Red planet’s horizon, things are certainly looking pretty crappy for this Mars-based graphic designer.
Beaking up. Yup, that universal feeling of rejection. Considering it’s such a “done” topic (from movies to books to essentially every country song), it’s a tough subject to pull off in an innovative way, let alone one that uses minimal cinematic resources or pizzazz. But, director and writer Christopher Winterbauer has pulled off such a cinematic magic trick with his film, Break Down, a low-key, darkly comic, but also poignant take on a couple who has reached the end of their path together.
If you’ve ever been dumped before, you’ll appreciate how much Your Hands captures the feeling of trying to look fine on the outside but feeling like your life is falling apart on the inside.
Space is for many reasons and in many ways still the great unknown. With movies like Interstellar and the recent Passengers we try to piece together what it might be like living in space or on another planet. Scavengers gives one such insight in a tremendously creative way. Read more…