Wrath of the Titans

29th March 2012 (movies.msn.com)

The epic battle between the Titans and the gods continues in this sequel set ten years after the events in "Clash of the Titans,

Read more on Wrath of the Titans»

The Amazing Spider-Man

15th March 2012 (thegamefanatics.com)

The film is directed by Marc Webb from a screenplay written by James Vanderbilt, based on the Marvel Comic Book by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.

Read more on The Amazing Spider-Man »

I am legend

20th January 2012 (dezzain.com)

One of the most awating movies in 2007, “I Am Legend” was another will smith new year end box office that hit the cinema prior to his last new year robotics action movies.

Read more on I am legend »

Mission Impossible

9th January 2012 (inquisitr.com)

This week was a pleasant surprise, and Last week, we were really pretty gloom and doom, but this final push at the end of the year was stronger than expected.

Read more on Mission Impossible »

Tower Heist

25th October 2011(yahoo.com)

When a billionaire bilks the staff at his apartment building out of their retirement funds, they hatch a plot to steal it back.

Watch Tower Heist »

Dream House

30th September 2011(msn.com)

A successful New York writer (Daniel Craig) discovers that the country holds just as much menace as the big city after moving his family to a cozy New England town and discovering that their gorgeous new home was once the site of a brutal murder.

Watch Dream House »

Your Highness

12th August 2011 (msn.com)

Danny McBride and James Franco team up for an epic comedy adventure set in a fantastical world. As two princes on a daring mission to save their land, they must rescue the heir apparent's fiancee before their kingdom is destroyed.

Watch Your Highness »

Battle: Los Angeles

9th March 2011 (msn.com)

It's somewhat surreal to step onto the Baton Rouge set of the new Columbia Pictures sci-fi action epic "Battle: Los Angeles" and find yourself in a recreation of downtown Santa Monica, 2,000 miles from the actual Los Angeles coastal community. But that's the scene as a group of us disembark from a shuttle van at Raleigh Studios to observe a day of filming on the set of director Jonathan Liebesman's alien-invasion film.

Read more on Battle: Los Angeles »

Season of the Witch

10th January 2011 (msn.com)

A noble knight battles a wicked witch in a bid to save humanity from an ancient evil in this supernatural thriller starring Nicolas Cage and Ron Perlman.

Read more on Season of the Witch »

The Secret In Their Eyes

17th July 2010 (msn.com)

Beating both A Prophet and The White Ribbon, this Argentinian movie came out of nowhere to win this year's Oscar for Best Foreign Film. Terrific it is too

Read more on The Secret In Their Eyes »


Eight Below

8th July 2010 (etoys.com)

The unforgiving terrain of Antarctica comes to life through the wonder of Blu-ray Disc technology in this amazing tale of courage and loyalty. Eight incredible dogs, left behind when their research team is forced to flee, band together to survive the subzero elements that blister the screen in eye-popping 1080p.

Read more on Eight Below »

The Modern Classics

2nd May 2010 (yahoo.com)

It's easy for classic movie lovers to be nostalgic for Hollywood's "Golden Age" of the 1930s and '40s. And many cineastes will tell you that film as an art reached its peak in the late '60s and early '70s. But the truth is there have been remarkable movies made in the 1990s and 2000s.

Read more on The Modern Classics »

Avatar Breaks Blu-ray Records

4th May 2010 (hometheatermag.com)

The Blu-ray version sold 2.7 million copies in its first four days, according to Fox, beating The Dark Knight in first-day sales. It has not yet overtaken The Dark Knight as all-time BD sales champion: The Warner title is still ahead with 2.9 million units as of early this week. But it seems likely Avatar will overtake.

Read more on Avatar Breaks Blu-ray Records »

Clash of the Titans

21st April 2010 (yahoo.com)

That's the principle twist inserted into the new "Clash of the Titans," a remake of the sometimes fondly recalled, technologically dated 1981 film about the fury of the gods of Mount Olympus and the rise of the young, earthly demigod Perseus.

Read more on Clash of the Titans »

The Missing Person

15th April 2010 (msn.com)

There was singing (though not by nominees), there was dancing (again, not by any nominees), there was a pseudo reunion of '80s teen movie stars.

Read more on The Missing Person »

Life DVD 4-Disc Set

The earth is home to more than 30 million different animals and plants - every single one in its own fight for survival. From the makers of PLANET EARTH and narrated by global media leader and philanthropist Oprah Winfrey, the epic television series LIFE is the definitive exploration of our planet's living things and their spectacular, bizarre and fascinating behaviors.

Buy Life DVD 4-Disc Set »


Oscars 2010: Best and Worst Moments

8th March 2010 (moviefone.com)

There was singing (though not by nominees), there was dancing (again, not by any nominees), there was a pseudo reunion of '80s teen movie stars.

Read more on Oscars 2010: Best and Worst Moments »

The Evolution Of: Leonardo DiCaprio

19th February 2010 (mtv.com)

It's been 20 years since Leonardo DiCaprio started his acting career! And the actor, who became a household heartthrob with Titanic.

Read more on The Evolution Of: Leonardo DiCaprio »

Gran Torino (2008)

1st February 2010 (stumbleupon.com)

Clint Eastwood stars in the drama “Gran Torino,” marking his first film role since his Oscar-winning “Million Dollar Baby.” Eastwood also directs the film in which he plays Walt Kowalski, an iron-willed veteran living in a changing world, who is forced by his immigrant neighbors to confront his own long-held prejudices.

Read more on Gran Torino (2008) »


The Decade in Film: The Ones That Last

12th January 2010 (justpressplay.net)

If you watch two films in close proximity to one another, it's pretty easy to tell which one you liked more. Watch three, and you can still tell pretty easily, but it's more subject to change.

Read more on The Decade in Film: The Ones That Last »

Iron Man

2nd December 2009 (marvel.com)

"Iron Man: Armored Adventures" launches Marvel's newly crowned box-office king Tony Stark on to the small screen, and in 2009, the first 26 animated episodes will begin airing on Nicktoons.

Read more on Iron Man »

Patrick Swayze: 23 Key Roles

15th September 2009 (ew.com)

In 2005, Patrick Swayze, who died Sept. 14 at the age of 57 after a public battle with pancreatic cancer, told EW his plan for evolving into a mature leading man. "No matter whether the movie is a giant hit or not, you keep putting 100 percent of yourself into everything you do, and never work for money — only for passion, "he said. "And no matter what opinion Hollywood has of you, the fans never forget if you never forget them."

Read more on Patrick Swayze: 23 Key Roles »

Elijah Wood on '9,' 'The Hobbit' and Being a Child Star

11th September 2009 (moviefone.com)

Elijah Wood first broke into movies at the age of 7 as "Video Game Boy" in 1989's 'Back to the Future: Part II' and quickly shot to stardom with leading roles in 'Paradise,' 'Forever Young' (with Mel Gibson) and 'The Good Son' (opposite fellow child star Macaulay Culkin).

Read more on Elijah Wood on '9,' 'The Hobbit' and Being a Child Star »

A Young Director Brings a Spaceship and a Metaphor in for a Landing

7 August 2009 (nytimes.com)

Less than 24 hours after losing out on the movie of his career, Neill Blomkamp found the other movie of his career.

In 2006 Mr. Blomkamp, a young director of commercials and shorts, was plucked from obscurity to direct a big-budget feature based on the best-selling Halo video games, endorsed by no less than Peter Jackson, the “Lord of the Rings” filmmaker. But weeks after Mr. Blomkamp was hired, the project was abruptly shelved by its Hollywood backers.

Read more on A Young Director Brings a Spaceship and a Metaphor in for a Landing »

Steven Soderbergh: 'I can see the end of my career'

15 July 2009 (guardian.co.uk)

Steven Soderbergh doesn't sound fine. A bad telephone line between London and Los Angeles isn't helping, but it's not wholly to blame for that air of tired resignation. That crept into his voice as soon as he started talking about Che, his two-part, four-and-a-half-hour-long biopic of Ernesto Guevara.

Read Article on Steven Soderbergh: 'I can see the end of my career'»

2009 Summer Movie Guide

24 June 2009 (msn.com)

Tom Hanks, left, and Ayelet Zurer in "Angels and Demons"

View Gallery on 2009 Summer Movie Guide»

Hangover Movie

11 June 2009 (mahalo.com)

The Hangover is a 2009 adult comedy directed by Todd Phillips. The screenplay is by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore. The film grossed $16.54 million in box office revenues on its opening day, making it the second-highest grossing R-rated comedy to date.Variety: 'Hangover' soaks up $16.54 million

The Hangover is a comedy set in Las Vegas, Nevada. Three best friends played by Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms are in Sin City for a traditional bachelor party for one of their best friends. After a drunken and out of control night of partying, the threesome wake up with little memory of what took place the night before and the future groom missing. Now with the groom needed back in Los Angeles for the wedding, they comically try to retrace their footsteps in an attempt to find the groom. Along the way they find bizarre and baffling clues to what really happened on their wild night out

Read Article on Hangover Movie »

Bruno Movie

11 June 2009 (mahalo.com)

Bruno is a 2009 film based on Sacha Baron Cohen's gay, Austrian fashion reporter character of the same name. The working title of the film is reportedly Bruno: Delicious Journeys Through America for the Purpose of Making Heterosexual Males Visibly Uncomfortable in the Presence of a Gay Foreigner in a Mesh T-Shirt and is set to relase in the summer of 2009.

Although the film received a NC-17 rating due to several sexual sequences Universal Pictures is planning to make several edits before resubmitting the film to the The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) in hopes of changing the rating to R.

Read Article on Bruno Movie »

Observe and Report (2009)

10 April 2009 (nytimes.com)

Movie Review

If you thought Abu Ghraib was a laugh riot then you might love “Observe and Report,” a potentially brilliant conceptual comedy that fizzles because its writer and director, Jody Hill, doesn’t have the guts to go with his spleen. The story, in short, turns on a psycho shopping mall security chief, Ronnie (Seth Rogen, putting the lump into lumpen proletariat), who rules his retail roost with a Taser, a trigger-hair temper and some smiley-faced sycophants. Like the pettiest of dictators, Ronnie preys on the weak in the service of power (in this case the mall itself). He’s the Lynndie England of this dumber-and-dumbest yukfest.

Read Article on Observe and Report (2009)»

Fast & Furious (2009)

10 April 2009 (imdb.com)

Fast & Furious (also known as Fast & Furious 4 in other countries) is the fourth film in The Fast and the Furious film series. It set between the second and third films, five years after the events of the first film. The film was released in the United States on April 3, 2009. The plot connects with the original film of the series from which Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez, and Jordana Brewster reprise their roles.

Read Details on Fast & Furious (2009)»

X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)

10 April 2009 (imdb.com)

The X-Men film series is a series of superhero films based on the fictional Marvel Comics team of the same name. The films star an ensemble cast, focusing on Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, as he is drawn into the conflict between Professor Xavier and Magneto, who have opposing views on humanity's relationship with mutants: Xavier believes humanity and mutants can coexist, but Magneto believes a war is coming, and intends to fight. The films also developed subplots based on the comics' Weapon X and Dark Phoenix storylines.

View Gallery on X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)»

Ticks, Ennui and (Sigh) the Dream Girl Next Door

8 April 2009 (nytimes.com)

Sometime late in “Lymelife” the director Derick Martini cuts to a close-up of a weeping teenager with a shot so tightly framed you can see the glistening curves of the tears clinging to the boy’s eyelashes. It’s an unexpectedly moving image, a reminder that the close-up, in its ability to bring us near to the poetry of the human face, remains one of cinema’s most potent if often squandered techniques. (Television has largely helped us forget just how potent.) Those tears transform the teenage character, Scott Bartlett (Rory Culkin): they briefly strip away the clichés encrusting him and offer us a glimpse of the real.

Read Article on Ticks, Ennui and (Sigh) the Dream Girl Next Door»

Coming of Age on the Midway

3 April 2009 (nytimes.com)

Movie Review

It’s the summer of 1987. The stock market crash is a few months off, but for James Brennan (Jesse Eisenberg) things have already taken a recessionary turn. His father (Jack Gilpin), a wilted, weak-chinned alcoholic, has been demoted, and the resulting financial pinch puts the kibosh on James’s rather modest postcollegiate dream of a summer in Europe followed by graduate school at Columbia. (His sights were set on journalism school, and given what his midcareer, 40-something self would be facing two decades later, it’s probably just as well he didn’t go.)

Read Article on Coming of Age on the Midway»

Accidental Tourists, on a Train to Eternity

31 march 2009 (nytimes.com)

Anyone who travels regularly by New York subway has experienced a moment when your heart lurches along with the train as it slams to a stop between stations. You tell yourself to stay cool and that you’ll be moving again soon, but a panicked little voice inside keeps whispering, “You’ll never get out of here.” Give points to “Happiness,” an anxious smiley face of a musical set in a stalled subway car, for reproducing those sensations with eerie exactness. At around the same point its characters register that they can’t escape their underground prison in this Lincoln Center Theater production that opened on Monday evening at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater, directed by Susan Stroman, you begin to grasp a similarly uncomfortable realization.

Read Article on Accidental Tourists, on a Train to Eternity »

Threat Level's 10 Favorite Paranoid Films

31 march 2009 (wired.com)

Ever have that sneaking feeling that something's not right in the world and that someone somehow somewhere is cheating and deceiving you? Such paranoid suspicions that something sinister was afoot in the world drove The Matrix's Neo (Keanu Reeves) to endless, nocturnal internet searches and in the end, to the red pill. Neo's quest is hardly novel, however. The big screen has long been home to characters who suspect — rightly or wrongly — that all is not as it seems to be, that friends may not be, that dark forces are in control, that cabals are conspiring. To mark the 10th anniversary of The Matrix, Threat Level and our fellow Wired.com staffers compiled a video list of our 10 favorite movie takes on paranoia. Disagree? Submit your own and vote on others using our paranoia widget. And surely, you can trust the votes will not be rigged. Wired.com is your friend, you can trust us.

Read Story on Threat Level's 10 Favorite Paranoid Films»

I Love You, Man

20 March 2009 (nytimes.com)

Movie Review

A man without a woman is like a pistol without a hammer, wrote Victor Hugo. But a romantic comedy without a female lead, well, that’s just a fine bromance and now Hollywood business as usual, as most recently demonstrated by “I Love You, Man,” a fitfully funny comedy that owes much to Judd Apatow, the king of such sublimated man-on-man affairs. Though Mr. Apatow isn’t officially credited, his DNA is all over this bromance, which stars Paul Rudd as a wuss who mans up by befriending a guy’s guy (Jason Segel) whose masculinity is so secure he wears Ugg boots and shorts to walk his wee dog.

Read Article on I Love You, Man»

The top 20 ranked articles below will get a share of this page advertising profit.
Comments (allow: <a>,<strong>,<b>,<u>,<i>)

You have 1000 characters left.
 (You will be sent a validation email)
Total: 5

Watch Green Zone Online

Since the beginning of this year, there seems to be a deluge of action thriller movies. The competition in that area is fierce, with releases featuring Mel Gibson and Leonardo DiCaprio leading the way. Unlike previous years, there is no action film around centered on the character of Jason Bourne, so fans will have to make do with a something similar in Green Zone. Watching Green Zone online may not be the same, but it may be as close as it can possibly get.

Green Zone is an action thriller fictional story based on a non-fiction book, Imperial Life in the Emerald City. Rajiv Chandrasekaran, National Editor for The Washington Post, authored the non-fiction book. But the best thing Green Zone has going for it, by far, is screenwriter Brian Helgeland.
0/10 (0 votes)
By Rob, 22 Feb 10

Inside 'I Am Legend'

"I Am Legend" is based on a 1954 novel of the same name by Richard Matheson. It was adapted in 1964 as "The Last Man Standing" with Vincent Price and again in 1971 as "The Omega Man," starring Charlton Heston. This latest incarnation was a monumental logistical and technical challenge for the filmmakers and a psychological one for Smith, who single-handedly carries the film.
0/10 (0 votes)
By Neil, 03 Feb 10

The Drifter: Aaron Eckhart

Like a lot of Hollywood stars, Aaron Eckhart's been around. No, not that way. We mean he's worked and lived, well, just about everywhere. "I've shot films in Santa Fe, Albuquerque, New York, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Seattle..." he says, then lists half a dozen more locations. "And I've lived in California, Utah, England, Australia, France, and Switzerland." Wherever he is, he makes time to ski, surf, fish, and hike, all of which more than qualifies him as this year's guest expert for our annual Best Towns feature. Just don't ask him to pick his favorite spot. We tried, and he settled on 11.
0/10 (0 votes)
By Sam, 11 Sep 09

Resident Evil' duo picks up 'Warded

Filmmaker Paul W. S. Anderson and longtime producing partner Jeremy Bolt, the duo behind the moneymaking "Resident Evil" franchise, have picked up film rights to Peter V. Brett's debut fantasy novel "The Warded Man.
0/10 (0 votes)
By Simey, 29 Jul 09

Howard to replace Lefevre in 'Twilight'

The third installment in Summit's "Twilight" franchise will see Rachelle Lefevre, who was to play the role of villain Victoria in the pic, replaced by Bryce Dallas Howard when shooting begins in Vancouver on Aug. 17.
0/10 (0 votes)
By Fahad, 29 Jul 09

Home | Sitemap | Content is controlled by the websites the articles link to. | 2009 | [email protected]