Sony Pictures Home Entertainment have announced the US DVD and Blu-ray Disc release of
Welcome to the Rileys on 1st February…Continue
Across the country apparently, and while that is all well and good I feel like it barely got all the way around this country. I hope that it will still make its way to other theaters across the states and if anyone knows of new screenings please let me know:) P.S. I know of a couple websites that play movies online and am on the lookout for WTTR, but if anyone else finds an online version please feel free to lend it out.…Continue
The grossing numbers may appear to be small but in comparison to the fact that WTTR only got released in 10 theatres it's not that bad actually!
WTTR also got a solid B and with more people seeing it I bet in will be able to get B+, maybe even A- :)
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Welcome to the Rileys features three really great performances, so says the buzz coming out of Sundance. Kristen Stewart is supposed to be particularly good as the 16 year-old stripper.
This MTV review says Stewart is “utterly fearless in “Welcome to the Rileys.” That’s…Continue
Kristen Stewart is utterly fearless in "Welcome to the Rileys." That's the takeaway from the film's world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday afternoon. You can quibble all you want with her portrayal of a 16-year-old runaway turned stripper and prostitute. But you cannot walk away from a viewing and say the actress doesn't fearlessly expose herself physically and emotionally, and doesn't do so…Continue
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The soundtrack to "Welcome to the Rileys," which mostly features a score by Marc Streitenfeld, hits digitally October 26 and physically November 2 via Lakeshore Records.…
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Gandolfini, Stewart, Leo, writer Ken Hixon and producer Michael Costigan took to the front of the theater to discuss the origins of the
film. Naturally, Stewart received the bulk of the questions, being asked
in particular about playing a role so different than her most famous
creation in "Twilight."
Stewart admitted that she wasn't necessarily afraid of playing a stripper,…Continue
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