Wow, this movie is bad. Like, “this shouldn’t suck because there’s so much great talent, but it does” bad.
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Say what you will, but Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway have great chemistry together and in Love and Other Drugs, it’s on full display.
Harry, Ron and Hermione spend most of the time hiding out in the woods as they do for most of the film but this is what makes the film so good.
It’s all Ethan Suplee’s fault. Thanks to his character’s laziness, we have Denzel Washington and Chris Pine risking their lives to save a small Pennsylvania town from a speeding, Unstoppable train loaded with deadly chemicals.
Roger Michele directed one of my favorite movies, Notting Hill (yeah, I’m not afraind to admit that), so I was looking forward to his latest film, Morning Glory.
And this is where James Franco takes over the film. He’s excellent in the role. He’s on-screen by himself (save for a few hallucinations) and never once do you wish the film moved faster. He is perfect.
Robert Downey, Jr is Peter Highman, an architect stranded in Atlanta desperate to get back to his pregnant wife (Michelle Monaghan) in LA. He catches a ride with the also stranded Ethan (Zach Galifianakis) and the road trip from hell begins.
Based on the D.C. Comics graphic novels by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner, RED is a completely entertaining action-comedy starring Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich and Helen Mirren.
Conviction tells the true story of Betty Anne Waters (Hilary Swank) and her brother Kenny…
Kodi Smit-McPhee (The Road) and Chloe Moretz (Kick-Ass) are both wonderful. Their scenes together are touching, real and the heart of the film. These are two kids who have found what they are missing in each other.
The opening scene of The Social Network starts off mid-conversation with Erica (Rooney Mara) trying to dig into the brain of Mark Zuckerberk (Eisenberg).
As you can probably guess, it doesn’t go well.
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps Director: Oliver Stone Cast: Michael Douglas, Shia LaBeouf, Josh Brolin,…
As I was watching I’m Still Here, the Casey Affleck directed documentary about Joaquin Phoenix’s attempt to ditch his acting career to begin a hip-hop career, I was excited to see where this was going to take me.
Michael Cera again plays Michael Cera, but if you’re successful at something, why rock the boat? And you’re going to love the rest of the cast, especially Kieran Culkin; he’s always got something quick and funny to say. Winstead is pretty perfect as the unattainable girl and Mark Webber, Alison Pill and Johnny Simmons are hilarious as the band.
Here’s how to determine if you’ll want to see Jonah Hex: Do you like the…