DRIVE and ONLY GOD FORGIVES director Nicholas Winding Refn on speechless storytelling, his visual sense, blades over guns, and Kristen Scott Thomas
Picture this: Tom Cruise in a Ryan Gosling Drive type role with another badass car, kicking serious butt and more talking. That’s what you get with the first trailer for the upcoming film Jack Reacher. Cruise’s character is a cop who ‘doesn’t need proof’ in order to make a bust.
With movie ticket prices constantly on the rise, most people can’t afford to catch absolutely everything in theaters. Thankfully, cable’s Video on Demand service is quickly realizing that and they’ve just added a slew of movies worth the price. Time Warner is smartly capitalizing off the love for Ryan Gosling
Editor’s Note: Originally we were only going to post one list of the Top 10 Movies that would consist of films selected by everyone, but the writers had such varied, quality selections that we didn’t want to leave anything out. 2011 was such a strong year for film, covering everything
2011 has been a great year at the movies and has provided some breathtaking moments of cinema. Here are 20 of the best scenes we have seen this year. Note: This article is ridden with spoilers. If you haven’t seen a particular movie that I talk about, skip to the
Nicolas Winding Refn’s latest release DRIVE is being widely hailed as one of the best films of the year. However, one woman from Michigan wouldn’t agree. Sarah Deming saw the action packed trailer for the film – which you can find here – and expected a Fast And The Furious style experience complete
Last night I finally got around to seeing the new Ryan Gosling, Nicolas Refn flick DRIVE. This movie has been super hyped since it hit the festival circuit, and then really impressed at their San Diego Comic-Con panel with FilmDistrict. While I enjoyed the movie, it definitely suffered a bit
Nicolas Winding Refn, winner of Best Director at the Cannes Film Festival, has crafted a truly exceptional neo-noir with his latest effort Drive. Harking back to the traditional breed of action cinema like Bullitt, the Pusher and Valhalla Rising director puts us into the passenger seat alongside Ryan Gosling who