Let me try to write this review without using worn-out sentences like “Heartfelt Homage”, “Love Letter to Cinema” and “Old Hollywood Glamour” (good luck to me). Because the latest effort from the Coen Brothers is all of that, yet, it manages to be a quite interesting (and very fun)
MAGIC MIKE XXL – A rambling, loose narrative presumably focused on character and character development.
More than just a true-crime story or a character study, FOXCATCHER exposes the central lie of the American Dream.
THE BOOK OF LIFE is visually inventive, but narratively disappointing.
We’re live at San Diego Comic-Con, talking about The Book of Life! Channing Tatum, Ron Perlman, Christina Applegate, Writer/Director Jorge Gutierrez and Producer Guillermo del Toro. Animation-wise, how is this different from other big films this year? Jorge: We could create something really unique and different. Growing up I wanted
Released two years ago, 21 Jump Street was very much aware it was a blatant cash grab by a studio looking to use an old idea for a new hit. Nobody had any idea if it would be any good. In all honesty, the movie was pretty much set up to
2012 hit comedy 21 Jump Street saw Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum play rookie cops masquerading as high school students, all in a charismatic effort to bring down a drug ring. The result was hilarious, with widespread critical acclaim that praised the duo’s chemistry and the film’s witty incorporation of
For this week I think there’s only one real film that’s worthy of buying. If you’re a fan of the recent G.I. Joe films then you will definitely want to get your hands on G.I. Joe: Retaliation!
This week’s biggest releases are Side Effects, Beautiful Creatures, Struck by Lightning, and Teen Wolf: Season Two.
The trademark Roland Emmerich explosions and action are back in the newest trailer for White House Down. Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx star.
Rating: 2 out of 5. Though G.I. Joe’s 1980s heyday coincided with the very real military brinksmanship of the Cold War, the evil Cobra organization always felt like it was populated with an old-fashioned breed of villain – characters whose idiosyncrasies and nefarious world-domination plots were borrowed from vintage Bond
A few of us had a chance to see an advanced screening of Side Effects, starring Jude Law, Rooney Mara, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Channing Tatum. Overall, we weren’t too impressed. I think I was the most forgiving out of myself, fellow contributor Michael O’Brien and co-founder Kristal Bailey. Some of my comments about the film may be