• Toys in the Attic

    Originally released in 2009 in Czech, the English dubbed version of ”Toys in the Attic” was released...

  • Looper

    When you think of all the potential benefits of time travel – going back to avoid catastrophes,...

  • Hotel Transylvania

    The Michael Jordan of cinema, Adam Sandler is out to conquer yet another genre – and ideally...

  • 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...

  • Lawless

    If Aussie director John Hillcoat had suddenly found himself charged with the task of doing a ‘Dukes...

  • Indiana Jones – The Complete Adventures

    Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark As the two most successful directors in Hollywood...

  • 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’...

  • Make Hummus Not War

    Food for thought? Indeed. Whereas most films set in the middle east these days sport flashy clips...

  • Arbitrage

    Written and directed by Nicholas Jarecki, ”Arbitrage” is a morality play veiled as a murder mystery. Richard...

  • On The Road

    Like a Karate Kid movie without The Crane, Walter Salles’ ”On the Road” would lose its footing...

  • Bait 3D

    Australia ships back a couple of it’s thriving exports, and revives the directing career of a local...

  • The Ambassador

    Buzzing with fast cash exchange and “conversations that never happened,” “The Ambassador” follows Danish journalist, Mads Brugger...

  • Raiders of the Lost Ark IMAX

    As the two most successful directors in Hollywood in the late 1970s, Lucas and Spielberg could do...

  • Finding Nemo 3D

    The critics (and audiences) fawened all over this movie, and while it is worthy of praise, it...

  • 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...

  • W.E

    I’m going to be embarrassed to admit this to everybody after the opinions I’ve read and the...

  • The Woman in Black

    England in the 1900s. Three little girls are playing in the attic. They are suddenly joined by...

  • Jeff Who Lives At Home

    Meet Jeff (Segel). Like the title of the movie says, he lives at home. In his mother’s...

  • Rampart

    Drugs, were told, aren’t good. Heck, we know they’re not. My best friend died thanks to one...

  • Act of Valour

    I have a confession to make here. During my entire time in the U.S. Army I feared...

  • The Way

    This past weekend my wife and I attended an engagement party for our son. While there I...

  • The Words

    An author (Dennis Quaid) approaches a podium before a packed house. He announces the title of the...

  • Kath & Kimderella

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

  • About Cherry

    “About Cherry” is a flick that doesn’t exactly live up to its name. While blisteringly red and...

  • Little White Lies

    French film, “Little White Lies” has already hit the film festival circuit and among critics has been...

  • Red Hook Summer

    Spike Lee marks his return to Brooklyn with “Red Hook Summer,” a story about a young, disgruntled...

  • Hit & Run

    Charlie Bronson (Shepard) and his girlfriend, Annie, (Bell) lie in bed, making the kind of promises only...

  • Premium Rush

    There are 1500 bicycle messengers on the street in Manhattan every day. At least that is what...

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