Mojave is described as a taut thriller revolving around a suicidal artist and a homicidal drifter. It comes from writer/director William Monahan (The Departed), who has essentially made the inverse of Seven Psychopaths by writer/director Martin McDonagh. Where that film was clever, self-reflexive and wildly entertaining, Mojave is pompous and dour. Of course, it does […]
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Mojave is a classic, cerebral thriller about a brilliant artist who attempts to escape his privileged existence by heading out to the desert, only to encounter homicidal, chameleon-like drifter. Golden Globe® winner Oscar Isaac stars in his most intensely evil role in the riveting thriller Mojave, which arrives on Blu-ray™ + Digital HD and DVD + Digital April […]
In a film about high stakes gambling and the crushing weight an addiction (or whatever Mark Wahlberg’s character wants to call it), knowing how to balance the tension and frustration of someone constantly risking it all with cinematic skill is very important. Rupert Wyatt’s directorial follow-up to Rise of the Planet of the Apes is […]