Saturday, June 25

New Movies On Demand: ‘The French Dispatch’, ‘Clifford The Big Red Dog’ And More

Wes Anderson is gone and has overtaken Wes Anderson himself. The latest from the singular filmmaker, The French office, comes out this week on VOD and contains all the brands of everything we expect from one of his films: meticulous production design, saturated color palettes and Adrian Brody. The French office It could also feature its largest ensemble of actors yet, including Tilda Swinton, Timothee Chalamet, Owen Wilson, and Bill Murray, and the movie’s stories are everything we expect from an Anderson joint.

While Anderson’s work often evokes the aesthetic of what it might be like to live inside a storybook, the newly released Clifford the big red dog takes a children’s storybook favorite and brings it to life in CGI so the world’s largest dog can coexist with his favorite human, Emily Elizabeth (Darby Camp) and her Uncle Casey (Jack Whitehall).

And if you couldn’t see it on Netflix, The Mitchells vs. The machines it is now available for rent. The animated film features the voices of Abbi Jacobsen, Maya Rudolph and Olivia Colman, among many others, with Jacobsen starring Katie Mitchell, an aspiring filmmaker whose family decides to take her to college rather than fly her alone. During his road trip, an internationally renowned tech guru named Mark Bowman (Eric Andre) has unveiled his latest invention, a series of artificial intelligence robots that are meant to be useful but end up threatening the human race. Robots turn on humans thanks to an outdated and disgruntled robot named PAL (Colman), who encourages them to capture all humans on earth and launch them into outer space. Naturally, it’s up to Katie and her family to stop them.

These are just a few of the titles that are available to watch on Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, YouTube, and through your cable service this week. See what movies are available to buy or rent on demand now!

The French office

Wes Anderson The French office (officially titled The Liberty French Office, Kansas Evening Sun, referring to the newspaper in the middle of the movie) there are three stories in a movie, each based on an article that has appeared in the headline newspaper. When newspaper editor Arthur Howitzer Jr. (Bill Murray) dies, his dying wish is for a final issue to be printed with three of the newspaper’s old articles. Those articles are brought to life through three vignettes in which their writers (all of which are loosely based on New Yorker writers of antiquity) and themes in the classic, whimsical and obsessively detailed Anderson style.

Clifford the big red dog

Clifford the big red dog it’s a smart and cute family movie. If you, like me, are always concerned about how beloved characters will fare when they get the “live action movie” treatment, rest assured that Clifford is more in line with recent Paddington adaptations, which are witty and charming, let alone the intolerable debacle (IMHO) known as Tom jerry. Emily Elizabeth (Darby Camp) is the new girl at a snobby school, struggling to find her place. When her Uncle Casey (Jack Whitehall) comes to stay with her, the two are followed home by a curious red puppy who eventually grows into a terrifyingly large dog and, while wreaking havoc throughout the city, must also escape the clutches. from a creepy sci / tech executive played by Tony Hale who wants to tap into Clifford’s DNA to figure out how to make other, well, BIG things. Parents need not worry about having to sit at a tired doggy party, even though Clifford It can feel formulated, it is also charming and fun for everyone.


Clifford the big red dog
Halloween deaths
The French office
Ron was wrong


The Mitchells vs. The machines
Pond life
The noob
Fortaleza (2021)
Mr birthday
Brew sweet tea
Range Roads
Silverback: La historia de Trent Williams
The girl in the cabin 13
The Miss OTB scandal
White fire
Love is love is love
Memory house
get together
Hacker: trust no one
Last words
Wild game
The legend of the five

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