These are the most enjoyable, most moving, most compelling, and most intriguing movie going experiences I had in 2008.
The biggest problem with Nicole Kidman's PR-problems (to the extent to which they concern her at all) is that journalists and pundits lump her artsy movies with her more commercial choices.
The new Harry Potter film has been rated PG for "scary images, some violence, language and mild sensuality." Mild sensuality? Gosh, maybe I'll wait for the uncut "Too Hot for Muggles" edition.
Dear Zachary: A Letter To A Son About His Father 2008 093 minutes Not Rated by Scott Mendelson I've said this before, but one of the worst parts of ...
The tragic, violent true-life tale that concerns Waltz with Bashir is rendered even more powerful in animated form than it would likely have in live-action.
I'm kidding of course. The trades are reporting that Warner and Fox have reached a settlement over Watchmen that will involve an up-front payment of ...
What's that you say? No one cares about the story, characters, or acting? They just came to see 3D slasher killings and R-rated blood and gore? Well, fair enough.
If Obama actually makes good on his words, then maybe all the suffering of the last eight years may not have been in vain.
Melissa Leo is now an Academy Award-nominated actress. Ladies and gents, Melissa Leo, who has struggled to find decent roles in the past ten years now has an Oscar nomination.
I can understand that Marvel wants to cut corners when it can, but it was Iron Man that single-handedly made Marvel into a real movie studio.
Although it is theoretically pitched to a younger audience, the newest Batman cartoon has a certain level-headed sophistication that makes it completely watchable for audiences of any age.