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  • Toys in the Attic

    Originally released in 2009 in Czech, the English dubbed version of ”Toys in the Attic” was released earlier this year with the voice talents of...

  • Looper

    When you think of all the potential benefits of time travel – going back to avoid catastrophes, make smarter investments, inform your younger self that...

  • Hotel Transylvania

    The Michael Jordan of cinema, Adam Sandler is out to conquer yet another genre – and ideally the comic superstar, whose been smashing his trademark...

  • Elizabeth Banks

    The star/producer and director Jason Moore talk about the exciting new movie "Pitch Perfect"

  • Guillermo del Toro talks about converting Pacific Rim to 3D

    He didn't want the film to be in 3D, but Warner Bros are doing it anyway

  • End of Watch

    A high speed pursuit leads to a deadly shootout with a quartet of gang bangers, captured clearly on the police car’s video camera. Just another...

  • Lawless

    If Aussie director John Hillcoat had suddenly found himself charged with the task of doing a ‘Dukes of Hazzard’ reboot, one imagines it wouldn’t be...

  • Indiana Jones – The Complete Adventures

    Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark As the two most successful directors in Hollywood in the late 1970s, Lucas and Spielberg could...

  • Batman : The Dark Knight Returns Part 1

    It doesn’t go quite as deep as Christopher Nolan’s live-action film trilogy, but the latest animated ‘Batman’ film definitely skates on a more profound, more...

  • Make Hummus Not War

    Food for thought? Indeed. Whereas most films set in the middle east these days sport flashy clips of Black Hawk helicopters, soldiers being sprayed between...

  • Arbitrage

    Written and directed by Nicholas Jarecki, ”Arbitrage” is a morality play veiled as a murder mystery. Richard Gere is the bad guy, a troubled hedge-fund...

  • On The Road

    Like a Karate Kid movie without The Crane, Walter Salles’ ”On the Road” would lose its footing – or should that be thumbs? – without...

  • Bait 3D

    Australia ships back a couple of it’s thriving exports, and revives the directing career of a local steady, for this hokey but entertaining ‘Jaws-in-a-Supermarket ‘corker....

  • The Ambassador

    Buzzing with fast cash exchange and “conversations that never happened,” “The Ambassador” follows Danish journalist, Mads Brugger as he goes undercover as a Liberian diplomat...

  • Raiders of the Lost Ark IMAX

    As the two most successful directors in Hollywood in the late 1970s, Lucas and Spielberg could do whatever they wanted. And what they wanted was...

  • Finding Nemo 3D

    The critics (and audiences) fawened all over this movie, and while it is worthy of praise, it hasn’t really done anything above and beyond what...

  • Beasts of the Southern Wild

    After one of the standout debuts of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, writer/director/composer Benh Zeitlin’s ”Beasts of the Southern Wild” will draw a more circumspect...

  • W.E

    I’m going to be embarrassed to admit this to everybody after the opinions I’ve read and the critical pounding this film’s received, but I quite...

  • The Woman in Black

    England in the 1900s. Three little girls are playing in the attic. They are suddenly joined by a ghostly vision. Without hesitation, the three children...

  • Jeff Who Lives At Home

    Meet Jeff (Segel). Like the title of the movie says, he lives at home. In his mother’s basement. He spends his days smoking pot and...

  • Rampart

    Drugs, were told, aren’t good. Heck, we know they’re not. My best friend died thanks to one too many party pills. And an aunt has...

  • Act of Valour

    I have a confession to make here. During my entire time in the U.S. Army I feared for my life for exactly 5 hours. I...

  • The Way

    This past weekend my wife and I attended an engagement party for our son. While there I did the “dad” thing and contemplated the last...

  • The Words

    An author (Dennis Quaid) approaches a podium before a packed house. He announces the title of the book he’s just written, “The Words,” and begins...

  • Kath & Kimderella

    After a few years on the bench, small-screen success stories Jane Turner and Gina Riley pull their most popular creations off the bench and put...

  • About Cherry

    “About Cherry” is a flick that doesn’t exactly live up to its name. While blisteringly red and fresh, and bound to make a few mouths...

  • Little White Lies

    French film, “Little White Lies” has already hit the film festival circuit and among critics has been coined the “Gallic Big Chill” a snarky, albeit...

  • Red Hook Summer

    Spike Lee marks his return to Brooklyn with “Red Hook Summer,” a story about a young, disgruntled boy, Flik Royale (Jules Brown), who is forced...

  • Hit & Run

    Charlie Bronson (Shepard) and his girlfriend, Annie, (Bell) lie in bed, making the kind of promises only people in love make. A loud car outside...

  • Premium Rush

    There are 1500 bicycle messengers on the street in Manhattan every day. At least that is what we’re told in the opening narration of “Premium...