Sexual assault in the military is one of the hottest issues facing the armed forces today. Just recently, two ranking officers involved with military sexual assault prevention programs have been accused of sexual assault themselves, forcing an old problem back into the mainstream media's crosshairs. Many may ask, "How is this still happening after John Travolta's hard-hitting 1999 drama 'The General's Daughter?!!!!'"
Travolta stars here as Paul Brenner, an army investigator working the case of a rape/murder of, who else,…
What would you do if you woke up in a warehouse with a motley cast of characters and had no idea who you were or how you go there? That's a question Jim Caviezel and a few others find themselves asking in this mystery.
A decent cast is assembled here, lead by Caviezel, Barry Pepper and Greg Kinnear, all men who were involved in the kidnapping of a rich man, but have no idea whether they were the kidnappers or kidnappee.
I'm kind of a sucker for movies like this, so I enjoyed 'Unknown,' even with its share of issues.
It's hard for me to even form concise thoughts on 'The Master.' It's a beautiful, difficult film. Hoffman and Phoenix deliver mind-bending performances as two men, each missing something from their lives and struggling to find just what it is - the first processing scene and the jail scene being two of my favorite moments.
PTA continues to turn out works that engage the audience on so many levels, and this is no different. I'll try to organize my thoughts better at a later time, but at this point I'm still processing.