Indy Style

The Film Yap reviews “Searching” and other new releases

The Film Yap reviews “Searching” and other new releases

If you’re looking for Labor Day weekend plans, catch a flick at the theaters!

The Film Yap reviews “Searching” and other new releases
The Film Yap reviews “Searching” and other new releases
The Film Yap reviews “Searching” and other new releases
The Film Yap reviews “Searching” and other new releases
The Film Yap reviews “Searching” and other new releases
The Film Yap reviews “Searching” and other new releases
The Film Yap reviews “Searching” and other new releases

The Film Yap’s Christopher Lloyd reviews this week’s new crop of local releases: “John Cho plays a dad striving to find his missing teen daughter in this mystery-thriller that is depicted entirely via compute and mobile screens. A bit slow in the middle, but surprisingly engaging.””Oscar Isaac plays a Nazi hunter pursuing the mastermind of the Holocaust, Adolf Eichmann (Ben Kingsley) in this historical thriller.””In this gritty sci-fi thriller, an ex-con and his kid brother are chased by extraterrestrial soldiers and the government after they come in possession of a powerful weapon.””Domhnall Gleeson plays a British doctor who befriends the cursed family living in a decaying mansion in the village where he grew up. A very different kind of ghost story.””In a quaint seaside English village, Emily Mortimer plays a widow determined to set up a bookshop, with the help of a lonely widower and the opposition of the local wealthy matriarch.””A long-dormant rock star (Ethan Hawke) resurfaces after 25 years just as a British woman (Rose Byrne) is struggling in her relationship with a man who runs a website dedicated to his legend. An oddball and bittersweet love tale.”​​​​​​​”Jessie Buckley is a revelation as a woman repressed by her family who breaks out through romance with a local undesirable. Evocative and disturbing.” Buy It.

Get more reviews at www.thefilmyap.com.  
 

MORE STORIES

LIKE US ON FACEBOOK