Tag archive

movies

Celebrate Mother’s Day with these Unusual Mothers in Ten Unconventional Films

in Lifestyle

Warning: count(): Parameter must be an array or an object that implements Countable in /home/breaka13/public_html/wp-content/themes/fox/inc/template-tags.php on line 781

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/breaka13/public_html/wp-content/themes/fox/inc/template-tags.php on line 796

Here are ten movies to watch this Mother’s Day mostly involving madness, mayhem and murder. These flicks not only feature some kickass moms, but moms who are so wicked you’ll be glad they aren’t your mother!

Mother’s Day (2010): This remae of the 1980 film features sadistic members of a villainous family who return to their childhood home to terrorize the new home owners and their guests.

Keep Reading

Joy (2015) Film Review

in Lifestyle

It didn’t bring me a whole lot of “Joy,” nor do I think it will bring Joy to the world.

Joy is the story of a family across four generations and the woman who rises to become founder and matriarch of a powerful family business dynasty. A story based on the true story of a struggling Long Island single mom, Joy Mangano, who became one of America’s most successful entrepreneurs by inventing the “miracle mop.”

Unfortunately, I didn’t jump for “joy” after watching this highly marketed film; it’s called Joy and opens on Christmas Day with some of the biggest names in Hollywood.

Keep Reading

Top 10 ‘Star Wars’ Parodies to Hold You Over Until ‘The Force Awakens’

in Lifestyle
image

In less than six months, Star Wars: The Force Awakens
will arrive in theaters around the world, and there’s a good bet the event will
become-financially speaking anyway-the biggest in cinematic history. The title of “Box Office King” now belongs to Jurassic
World
, but frankly it’s hard to imagine the new Star Wars film not
becoming the highest grossing film in history this coming December.

Keep Reading

Der Samurai Film Available on Amazon June 9th

in Lifestyle
image

A shape-shifting cross-dressing psychopath wielding a samurai sword cuts a bloody swath of carnage through a small German village in this surreal mix of violence, sexual desire and dark comedy that recalls early David Lynch. The only person to confront this decapitating murderer is an uptight young policeman whose pursuit soon becomes a deadly game of cat-and-mouse as an odd bond forms between the two men.

Keep Reading

Breakaway Daily Interview with Sephora Venites On Playing A Seductress in “Hedda Gabler”

in Arts/Exclusive Interviews

Sephora Venites brings life to Henrik Ibsens, Mademoiselle Diana.

image

Sephora Venites is an brazilian born actress, who was trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, a traditional conservatory in the city of Los Angeles,CA. In Brazil, she worked with the acclaimed Iranian writer Nassim Soleimanpour, of ‘White Rabbit, Red Rabbit’ play, among many respected directors like the Argentinian Alejandro Catalán and the actor and writer Márcio Mehiel, to name a few.

Keep Reading

Jon Paul Gates On Playing the Villain ‘Judge Brack’ in the Film Adaptation of “Hedda Gabler”

in Lifestyle

Jon Paul Gates, born in Greenford Middlesex, UK, a veteran of 46 
international feature films , including “Messages” (Jeff Fahey and
Bruce Payne) and “Coldfish” (Christopher Biggins), recently played the iconic role of Judge Brack in new film adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler. Breakaway Daily spoke with the actor about his juicy new role and why villains have more fun.  

Keep Reading

“Rufus” (2012) Film Review

in Lifestyle

Sink your teeth into this vampire film.

image

Rufus is the story of a lonely supernatural teenager who discovers what it means to be human. 

Written and directed by Dave Schultz, the movie is a character study of Rufus, played magnificently by English newcomer Rory J Saper. It focuses on the emotional side of living forever and only drinking blood and how how that lifestyle makes it difficult to establish normal relationships.

Keep Reading

Film Review: Get Locked Up In “OldBoy”

in Lifestyle

Revenge is a dish served cold in both the Korean original & American remake of Oldboy.

image

A man is kidnapped and held hostage for years in solitary confinement. When he is inexplicably released, he embarks on an obsessive mission to discover who orchestrated his punishment, only to find he is still trapped in a web of conspiracy and torment.

Keep Reading

Breakaway Daily Interview with Writer & Director Bidisha Chowdhury

in Lifestyle

There is something wonderfully fearless about Bidisha Chowdhury who is an independent-minded film maker and who has forged a happy working relationship with film making. In 2010, Bidisha completed two short films each around 30 minutes long – Broken Mirror and Chimes Of Midnight. Her first film, Broken Mirror, set in early 1900’s India, is an authentic classic about a traditional, honorable, and well respected woman and the compromises she will have to make and the treacherous path she will have to cross to ensure the survival of her heirs. 

Keep Reading

Go to Top