Video Games aren’t art. We’ve heard the argument before. But video game characters are no longer stand-alone ventures. They’re juggernauts: franchises that serialize this style of creative, immersive entertainment. Since Lara Croft first emerged in the 90s, she has spawned several game titles, movies, and comics. She has also appeared as an anime character in Revisioned: Tomb Raider Animated Series and has gone through many incarnations as a poseable action figure.
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Director Oren Moverman takes the theme of family conflicts and serves it up on a grim platter. Food is how we experience and share our culture, however, in The Dinner, it’s not specifically what people eat that matters. That’s superfluous to the real stuff. Everything families seek, or want to avoid, or suppress, is laid out on the table here.
Check out Steve Coogan, Richard Gere & Laura Linney in this excellent drama that deals with family politics and even promotes awareness about mental illness. As Cream Magazine's Publisher and Editor says, it's 'A film about family politics and the politics of dinner conversation.' To read the review online, head over to:
Indie Publisher and author of Fiction, J.K.A. Short also writes on music, games, and other creative entertainment