A trailer for Woody Allen’s star-studded Midnight in Paris has just surfaced on Yahoo. The movie centers around a young man (Owen Wilson) who is in Paris with his fiancee (Rachel McAdams) but finds himself bored to tears until he begins exploring the nightlife the City of Lights has to offer.
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A young ballet dancer is torn between the man she loves and her pursuit to become a prima ballerina. Read Max’s review of this timeless movie in this week’s edition of the Classic Corner.
How do you know when a romantic comedy is God-awful? Well one could easily look to James L. Brook’s new film, How Do You Know, as a source of reference. Over this year of films, this is the rare film that exceeds all standards of boredom and just plain stupidity.
Jane Eyre flees Thornfield Hall, where she works as a governess for wealthy Edward Rochester. The isolated and imposing residence and Mr. Rochester’s distant nature have sorely tested the young woman’s resilience, forged years earlier when she was orphaned.
Ivan Reitman returns to the director’s chair for this 2011 romantic comedy about a guy who falls in love with a girl who is afraid of commitment and merely is in the relationship for sexual purposes. Natalie Portman is wonderful as always, but how did her co-star fare?
Tell me what you think about this: a film set in 1988, shot in 2007 and released in 2011? If that sounds a little wacky to you, no worries you’re not the only one. Read Sam’s review of Michael Dowse’s middling comedy Take Me Home Tonight
Based off the wonderful short story by Philip K. Dick (writer of Minority Report, Blade Runner and Total Recall), The Adjustment Bureau is a refreshingly smart and unique film that’s certainly unparalleled to anything in recent memory.
Max has lost all faith in humanity after seeing teen movie sensation Twilight, the first installment of the vampire romance adapted from Stephanie Meyers’ best-selling novels. Read his review as well as Castor’s review originally published two years ago.
Did you forget to make that reservation to that fancy restaurant you wanted to take your special someone to on Valentine’s Day? Is sleeping on the sofa next to the dog the likely outcome of your gaffe? Rest assured, we are here to help!