After a very long hiatus Jodie Foster steps back behind the camera for 'The Beaver', and delivers a solid film that utilizes a wildly comedic premise to deliver a heartfelt story that's easy to relate to and enjoy.
Oh, good. ^_^ I can't wait to see it!
I think I'll have to check this out sometime. It seems so odd knowing how crazy Mel Gibson is and then seeing he's cast in some crazy (literally) role, but it does seem interesting.
Yeah I thought that was oddly fitting as well. I've always liked his acting roles and thought he did great in whatever he played...I just hate that he went off the deep end personally.
This is looking like it could be the indie hit of the year possibly. I enjoy Gibson as an actor. I also loved Foster's first directing job: Little Man Tate.
I don't think I'd go that far (there are tons of great indie films that come out through the year), but it hopefully it'll do better with the mass audiences than it did at SXSW.
Mel has always been a good actor; Braveheart is one of my favorite films of all time can’t wait to see his next movie…
Most of his movies are really good, even the last Lethal Weapon, and I hope that we are able to see more of him. Personally I thought Ransom was one of his best.
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