Peter Sarsgaard

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    Welcome To The Blumhouse (2020 – Amazon) – Preview

    Throughout October, Amazon, in partnership with the legendary horror studio Blumhouse, is releasing a series of twisted films, focused on people of color. Check them out!

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  • Night Moves – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview Three wannabe eco-activist decide to blow up a damn without thinking of the possible human consequences. Review (with Spoilers) In Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard’s second outing together this year, the first being Very Good Girls, the two of them are some form of eco-terrorists. Not on the level of Ellen Page and Alexander Skarsgard in The East, but eco-terrorist just the same. But with the inclusion of Jesse Eisenberg, who has mastered playing pretentious characters, there is the question of whether the film is another shallow depiction of eco-activism? One which seeks to make eco-activist look crazy more so than reveal the reasoning behind some of the more extreme acts they commit to protect the environment. Community Rating: 0.00% (0) - No Community Ratings Submitted.

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  • Lovelace – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    With Juno Temple, who has been in about three reviews now, and Amanda Seyfried in this film, I put aside my apprehension of watching a biopic about a porn actress and decided to watch this. Low and behold they weren’t the only recognizable faces for Peter Sarsgaard, who I remember solely for Garden State, but also Sharon Stone, James Franco, Chris North and Robert Patrick in the film. Together they make quite an interesting cast, but name recognition didn’t help the overall production I’m afraid. Community Rating: 0.00% (0) - No Community Ratings Submitted.

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