THiNC. Movie Spotlight #74

THiNC. Movie Spotlight #74. Hey there everyone. Hi! How are you doing today!?! So great to hear. I’m so happy to know this.

Wait, what are we doing here? Social hour? No. No, we are not socializing. I mean, you are great and all. But we are here to find the most interesting indie and THiNC. worthy movies that are worth our time. So let’s just get to it shall we? Great. I will be seeing Top Gun opening night, tomorrow night, in IMAX, but yeah, I won’t be posting that particular movie in this particular list. You do the math and tell me why.

And, also – thanks for helping to keep this site running day in and day out!

Donation Amount

Men – Available in Theaters Now

I’m hearing two different dates for this one… late May, and early June. No idea which is right, but there is no way that I’m not posting this one… even if it means posting it two weeks in a row. This is brought to us by the writer and director Alex Garland (Uhhh, Ex Machina – which I will never stop singing the praises of), oh, and also distributed by A24 (which never directs us wrong) – and Jesse Buckley (I’m Thinking of Ending Things (so brilliant), as well as The Lost Daughter) – what else do you need from a movie? Nothing. That is correct. So, yes, I’ll post this this week and next.

The Essex Serpent – Available Now

Set in Victorian England – The Essex Serpent follows London widow Cora Seaborne (Danes) who moves to Essex to investigate reports of a mythical serpent. She forms surprising bond of science and skepticism with the local vicar (Hiddleston), but when tragedy strikes, locals accuse her of attracting the creature.

The Ipcress File – Available Now

“Based on the novel of the same name, the enthralling and atmospheric drama stars Joe Cole (Peaky Blinders) as iconic British spy Harry Palmer. The twist-laden spy thriller offers a stylish and tense tale of abducted scientists, brainwashing, inter-departmental rivalry, treason, and a possibly unwise romance.” Dunno… could watch worse. Sounds pretty good actually.

Operation Mincemeat – Available Now

You enjoy World War II movies? Mincemeat might be your jam: “Hoping to change the course of World War II, and save tens of thousands of lives, two intelligence officers plot to break Hitler’s deadly grip on Europe by recruiting the most unlikely of secret agents: a dead man.”

Coming Soon – Watch List:

Men – May 20
The Stars at Noon – May
Crimes of the Future – June 3rd
Clark – June – Netflix
Spiderhead – June 17th – Netflix
Cha Cha Real Smooth – June 17th
Both Sides of the Blade – July 8th
Nope – July 22nd
The Triangle of Sadness – ????
The Gray Man – July 18th?
Bullet Train – July 29th
Vengeance – July 29th
Bodies Bodies Bodies – August 5th
Prey – August 5th
Resurrection – August 5th
Emily the Criminal – August 12th
3,000 Years of Longing – August 31st
Spin Me Round – ????
Zone of Interest – ????
Glimpse – 2022???

There you have it. If you’d like to read more of our THiNC. Spotlight recommendations, you can do that right here.

Edited by: CY