"Wish You Were Here"
*** (Three stars)
This Australian film is a brilliantly layered story that recounts a Cambodian pleasure vacation gone wrong. No, it is not "The Hangover 2." Four people go on vacation, and only three return, and the movie works so well because it is a blend of mystery and an intimate character study, with Joel Edgerton demonstrating why he is a leading man on the rise. Full of twists, this film shifts back and forth in time as the shocking events of what really happened reveal themselves in devastating fashion.
-- David Burger
"Wish You Were Here" screens again:
|1.||Orem police track down stolen ring to a gut-wrenching place|
|2.||The vibe is back in downtown Salt Lake City|
|3.||BYU football: ‘Embarrassed’ Texas looks forward to Cougars’ visit|
|4.||Utah State football: Chuckie-for-Heisman hinges on opener|
|5.||New downtown Salt Lake City bicycle track worries small businesses|
|6.||Dennis Nordfelt dies at 71; led UHP and West Valley City|
|7.||Islamist militia guarding U.S. Embassy in Tripoli|
|8.||USU Football: Tennessee beats Utah State 38-7|
|9.||Utah Football: Vegas thinks Fresno State may be match for Utes|
|10.||Former Utah DL Tenny Palepoi makes San Diego Chargers roster; other ex-Utes less fortunate|