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"Wild Card" (2015)

Overall Grade: (6.0/10)

There was a nice framework to the story-line, as well as a handful of well shot action-sequences, but a with a collection of thin characters, including the lead, some of the connection this film attempted to deliver was not received.  980 more words



What may be one of the most shocking experiments in history took place at Stanford University which is appropriately dubbed the “Stanford Prison Experiment” which tasked students to portray either a guard or a prisoner and the only rules were not to cause physical harm to anyone in the prison for two weeks, they only lasted six days. 144 more words


Movie Trailer Mondays: The Stanford Prison Experiment

Release: 17th July 2015

Everyone knows this story, but there has yet to be a movie made on the experience these young men went through. … 220 more words


The Stanford Prison Experiment (EIFF, 2015)

In 1971, an advert is placed in a local newspaper inviting would-be participants to screen for The Stanford Prison Experiment. Overseen by psychology professor Dr Philip Zimbardo (Billy Crudup), the simulation sees successful candidates randomly assigned to one of two groups. 655 more words

Film Reviews

Wild Card (2015)

Directed By – Simon West

Screenplay By – William Goldman

Cinematography By – Shelly Johnson

Starring Jason Statham

92 min.

Another movie where Jason Statham is unexplainably amazing at killing people? 80 more words


Trailer: THE STANFORD PRISON EXPERIMENT promises unexpected results

One of the standouts from this year’s Sundance Film Festival, where it won the Alfred P. Sloane Feature Film Prize and the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award is Kyle Patrick Alvarez’s… 77 more words


REVIEW | Wild Card - 2015

Nick is a compulsive blackjack player that handles a variety of chores for lawyer Pinky. These chores include accompany people from casino to casino and pretend to be their bodyguard.  951 more words