This week we're joined by a very special guest, with Roy Abramsohn talking to us not only about his starring role in the upcoming Escape From Tomorrow, but about the state of the Disney brand, the way being a musician can affect film criticism and acting and lots of other things, favorite and least favorite Disney World memories, and our favorite films based on true stories with very well-known endings
The film follows the last day of a family vacation for Jim White (Roy Abramsohn) and his family. The morning starts with Jimís boss calling to tell him heís laid off, but he chooses to keep the information to himself and spare his familyís good time. Unfortunately, his day takes a downward spiral, and the park starts to become a stream of disturbing encounters and visions.
Escape From Tomorrow follows a man (Roy Abramsohn) and his family as they spend a day at the theme park. Unfortunately, the day turns into a surrealist nightmare as the family dynamic splits and the man becomes interested in two French girls (Annet Mahendru and Danielle Safady). The park attractions and workers turn sinister, but he isnít sure if itís actually happening, or if heís having a mental breakdown.
The Sundance Film Festival is finally coming to a close, with the awards ceremony scheduled for tonight and the closing night film, Ashton Kutcher's jOBS, premiering last night. It's finally come time to start taking stock of what we've seen over these breathless 10 days