Warner Bros. has debuted a new trailer for the Jackie Robinson film 42. Chadwick Boseman stars as the legendary baseball player who broke down racial segregation in major league baseball with the help of Brooklyn Dodgers general manager Branch Rickey (Harrison Ford).
We are only one day away from finding out the 2013 Oscar nominations. What movies will be celebrating come Thursday morning? We break down the main categories, and offer up what we think will happen when the Academy announces their picks.
Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty is a re-telling of America’s attempt in the wake of September 11th to find and kill Osama bin Laden. But, in the end, the movie belongs first and foremost to its lead actress, Jessica Chastain.
For this week on DVD, we have Karl Urban one-upping Stallone, Julianne Moore playing Sarah Palin, Tim Burton being Tim Burton yet again, awkward phone calls based on true events, and much more.
Each and every year at the movies is stacked with great performances and 2012 was no exception. Young, old, male, female, great movie, good movie, so-so movie, they came from everywhere. These are the 10 performances from the year in movies that I most dearly loved.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt to Star in ‘Sin City: A Dame To Kill For,’ Turns Down ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’
A few days ago, we heard word that he was circling a lead role in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy but it appears he has turned down the part to star in Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City: A Dame To Kill For.
As a prelude I will simply say this: my favorites of 2012 are undeniably an odd collection but are undeniably also the ones that struck me most, regardless of genre, budget, box office, or critical/audience consensus.
It’s easy to understand why Les Misérables has remained one of the most enduring and popular musical since its inception in 1980. When it comes together, it’s a stirring and soaring experience, so much so that you will be willing to forgive its over-indulgent nature and its numerous flaws.
One of the most eternal dreams of the world into which we are born is the dream of forming your own rock ‘n’ roll band. You hear a song on the radio, it grips you and you spend lazy afternoons and late nights imagining how your band would look, how it would sound, how big it would be. You never dream of the crash and burn.