Tag Archives: Dane DeHaan

Two Lovers and a Bear – Summary/ Review (with Spoilers)

Two Lovers and a Bear

In Two Lovers and a Bear, Tatiana Maslany and Dane DeHaan continue to lead you to wonder if what you saw in them was a fluke or they just have had really bad taste in roles ever since.

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Leap (Ballerina) – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

Despite your usual Weinstein Company delays, Leap or Ballerina is surprisingly touching and the only quip that can really be made deals with the music and villain.

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Kill Your Darlings – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

Overview

Love awakens a writer, while his love interest seeks to destroy and push away, everything he has.

Review (with Spoilers)

I should probably note, right off the bat, you mention any of the names in the film besides Allen Ginsberg and I will say “who?” And I note this because it seems very much like the type of film fans of not just Daniel Radcliffe, Michael C. Hall, and others may get into, but also those who have fallen in love with the authors, and those who inspired their work. I would honestly argue, though, the one who comes out best in the film is Dane DeHaan, for reasons listed below. Continue reading

Life After Beth – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

Overview

In this zombie comedy, a young man’s girlfriend comes back to life and while she at first seems normal, she degrades into a functional zombie.

Review (with Spoilers)

I can’t say exactly what is the appeal of Aubrey Plaza, and yet when I see her name attached to something it makes me want to see the movie. Though I have to admit, with the way she explained the film on The Daily Show and the clip they showed with Dane DeHaan, Molly Shannon, and John C. Reilly, I was really tempted to just skip this movie. If just because, while DeHaan I think is a good actor, as well as Anna Kendrick and Cheryl Hines who are in the film, seeing Molly Shannon or John C. Reilly in a film is like seeing Eugene Levy or Denise Richards, it automatically creates a red flag. Now, to find out whether the red flag is deserved or not, read below.

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