June 21, 2016

HIGHLIGHTS: Finding Dory, Chuck Palahniuk, Kristofer Hivju, and Central Intelligence


Central Intelligence: "Pleasantly surprising, “Central Intelligence” has lots of fun mocking toxic masculinity. While its weaving spy tale keeps the audience guessing about the movie’s villain, the story is filled with various “bro”-spouting douchebags whose abusive, homophobic and sexist behavior earns them a deserved WWE-style beatdown."

Finding Dory: "On the surface, “Finding Dory” is a fun-filled emotional rollercoaster ride, sure to make kids cheer and parents tear up. But beyond that, it’s a movie that will likely mean the world to those living with special needs, or those who love them. Pixar has given them a hero who is special and needed."


Chuck Palahniuk on Lullaby and Bait: "You may suggest anything you like. Go ahead, suggest Channing Tatum sit on my face. Only Andy Mingo will decide."

Kristofer Hivju on The Last King and Game of Thrones: "It’s a funny thing because you Americans, you have a short history, but you have portrayed it so many times in movies. In Norway, we have the richest history of all! But we haven’t done much of it [in movies]."

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