How does a family deal with a dad that is manic depressive? That's the central question of this week's film, Infinitely Polar Bear. Mark Ruffalo must learn to deal with his mental illness while also taking care of his two daughters while his wife tries to get her degree. The CTC crew also looks at celebrity deaths, new releases, and the films we watched last week. Oh and a long discussion of the James Gunn situation.
From the creators of Boston Legal and Porky's comes a courtroom comedy starring Judd Nelson. This week the CTC crew takes a look at From The Hip. We also look at new releases and discuss what we watched last week.
Some films are designed to make you think. David Lynch's Eraserhead is designed to make you feel. Filmed in black and white with an industrial landscape of sight and sound Eraserhead may very well be the most polarizing film the CTC crew has examined yet.
After a week off the CTC crew is back with a classic American western for the 4th of July weekend, John Ford's Stagecoach from 1939. In addition we cover the new releases from the last couple of weeks and Garvis3, Kayla and Brett all discuss Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom.