Felicity Jones, The Last Letter from Your Lover, Zola and Stillwater
Edith Bowman and Anna Bogutskaya are joined by Felicity Jones, who talks about her new film, romantic drama The Last Letter from Your Lover, in which she stars alongside Shailene Woodley.
Anna reviews drama Profile, in which an undercover journalist infiltrates the online propaganda channels of the so-called Islamic State; Stillwater, which stars Matt Damon as a dad who travels from Oklahoma to France to help his estranged daughter, who is in prison for a murder she claims she didn't commit; Zola, a black comedy film based on a viral Twitter thread, in which Taylour Paige plays the titular stripper who is convinced by her new friend (Riley Keough) to travel to Tampa, Florida, in order to earn money, only to get in over her head; Beasts Clawing At Straws, a crime drama in which a struggling restaurant owner, caring for his sick mother, finds a bag of cash in a sauna locker; and reissue Now, Voyager, which stars Bette Davis as a frumpy spinster who blossoms under therapy and becomes an elegant, independent woman; and Boys From County Hell, about a crew of hardy road workers who must survive the night when they accidentally awaken an ancient Irish vampire.
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00:13:04 WTF? 00:23:40 Box Office Top 10 00:37:27 Profile review 00:42:55 Now, Voyager review 00:47:19 Zola review 00:52:15 Felicity Jones interview 01:06:29 The Last Letter From Your Lover review 01:08:24 Stillwater review 01:12:45 Beasts Clutching at Straws review 01:15:51 Boys From County Hell review 01:22:42 TV Movies of the Week 01:28:25 DVD of the Week
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