The year is 1985. Rad Miracle is a shy, 13-year-old white kid obsessed with two things: Ping-Pong and hip-hop. During his family’s annual summer vacation to Ocean City, Maryland, Rad makes a new best friend, experiences his first real crush, becomes the target of rich, racist local bullies, and finds
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One of the best movies no one saw last year was Arbitrage, starring Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon. This gripping thriller featured a comeback worthy performance from Gere and top notch work from the young director and screenwriter, Nicholas Jarecki. What could have been a standard anti-Wall Street story becomes so much more by seamlessly blending
We’ve got more releases this week! A few movies are out today. Head on over to my other round up post from this week which is right here, to see the other releases from this week! For today: Premium Rush, Resident Evil: Retribution, Arbitrage, and Killer Joe are in my opinion
Sometimes movies show nothing but people running around with guns and car chases. Sometimes they are about much more, and can inspire us and make us take a look at life as a journey. Cloud Atlas manages to do both: a beautiful film that explores the human experience and existentialism through history, action sequences,
This weeks biggest release is definitely Moonrise Kingdom. Many moviegoers and critics loved this film and it is probably in the running for some serious awards this season! Here’s a clip from the film: [springboard type=”youtube” id=”2OOenYz6tfc?rel=0″ frameborder=”0″ player=”scin001″ width=”560″ height=”315″ ] And as usual, please don’t hesitate to share
Each month I pick movies that are the must-see, cream of the crop. They’ll either be films coming out in theaters that week or something on Netflix I think that’s worth the watch. The top four films for the month will be ones that have the a lot of buzz,
The big albeit anticlimactic Oscar news of the week is that David O. Russell’s Silver Linings Playbook took the Audience Award at the Toronto International Film Festival. It’s not surprising, as the rave responses for the romantic dramedy quickly cemented it as one to watch this season. While some dub
The first trailer for Robert Redford’s new political thriller The Company You Keep is online, and is looks like a Redford is back like he wasin his prime. The film follows a young newspaper reporter played by Shia LaBeouf. After the arrest of a Weather Underground suspect (Susan Sarandon), LaBeouf’s character goes on a mission to track down another at-large member of the American radical left organization played be Redford.
The Venice Film Festival, which we discussed last week, might give way to some Oscar contenders, but the Toronto International Film Festival is where the awards season really begins. After all, the last five Picture winners played at the fest. If that trend continues, one hoping to find this year’s eventual
Surprise, surprise: The Dark Knight Rises (already discussed) was the champion at the U.S. box office for a second weekend in a row, and neither of the new wide releases, Step Up: Revolution and The Watch, came close to ending its reign. Even when combining their weekend grosses, the dance
Images for the upcoming film Cloud Atlas which is directed by Lana Wachowski, Tom Tykwer and Andy Wachowski has been released along with a first look at the movie! According to Screen Rant (where you can also find all the images), the David Mitchell prize-winning novel turned film cost more than
It’s that time again: another weekly DVD/Blu-Ray Roundup! Here are the new releases for the week and my opinion on whether you should Skip It! Rent It! or Buy It! This weeks big releases are Project X, Jeff, Who Lives at Home, Wilfred, and Louie: Season 2! Project X was
Anne Hathaway, Kate Winslet, Susan Sarandon and Samuel L. Jackson are featured in a new line of audio books from Audible.com. Here is the list of what these wonderful celebrities tackled: Anne Hathaway – L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Samuel L. Jackson – Chester Himes’ A Rage in Harlem.