Every day we put together a list of three movies that we think you may enjoy. Here are our three for today.
Happy Sunday, folks! As you may already know, every day, we put together a list of three movies that we think you'll enjoy, and today is no different. The selections are based on reviews, personal viewing, and relevance. Some you may have seen already, and some may not be your cup of tea, but we hope that at least one of these catches your eye. Without any further ado, let's get right into it.
The first film on our list is the 1982 science fiction horror flick 'The Thing.' The plot reads:
In remote Antarctica, a group of American research scientists are disturbed at their base camp by a helicopter shooting at a sled dog. When they take in the dog, it brutally attacks both human beings and canines in the camp and they discover that the beast can assume the shape of its victims. A resourceful helicopter pilot (Kurt Russell) and the camp doctor (Richard Dysart) lead the camp crew in a desperate, gory battle against the vicious creature before it picks them all off, one by one.
John Carpenter directed the film, and it stars Kurt Russell, A. Wilford Brimley, T. K. Carter, David Clennon, Keith David, Richard Dysart, Charles Hallahan, Peter Maloney, Richard Masur, Donald Moffat, Joel Polis, and Thomas G. Waites.
The second film on our list is the 2013 action thriller 'Homefront.' The plot reads:
After failing a mission, a DEA agent decides to go to a small town with his nine-year-old daughter to live a peaceful life. However, things do not go as planned when he crosses paths with a drug lord.
Gary Fleder directed the film, and it stars Jason Statham, James Franco, Winona Ryder, and Kate Bosworth.
The last film on our list is the 2007 erotic espionage period film 'Lust, Caution.' The plot reads:
A young woman, Wang Jiazhi, gets swept up in a dangerous game of emotional intrigue with a powerful political figure, Mr. Yee.
Ang Lee directed the film, and it stars Tony Leung Chiu-Wai, Tang Wei, Anupam Kher, Joan Chen, and Wang Leehom.