It’s a bit surprising that the first domestic trailer for Love is, at worst, a PG-13, emphasizing the romantic longing at the story’s center rather than the explicit couplings (and triplings, and so on) that have thus far generated so much …Read More
The book that collected those interviews, originally published in 1966 in France as Le Cinéma selon Alfred Hitchcock and later printed in English under the title Hitchcock/Truffaut, become one of the most sacred texts in all of cinema; any film buff worth their salt has a copy on their shelf, dog-eared and highlighted. And now one of the foremost movie buffs in the country has turned that book into a film. …Read More
A new trailer for the final Hunger Games film, Mockingjay – Part 2 serves as a reminder that Katniss did not initially become a revolutionary to save the world, but to keep her sister safe.
The trailer for Love the Coopers is here, and it’s time for some mixed emotions. On one hand: great cast!
Michael Keaton and an All-Star Cast Investigate the Catholic Church in the First ‘Spotlight’ Trailer
With an ensemble cast that includes Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams , Mark Ruffalo, Liev Schreiber, John Slattery, Stanley Tucci, Billy Crudup, and Brian d’Arcy James, this one just shot to the top of our fall movie must-see …Read More
Filmmakers Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck have struggled a bit to capitalize on the indie success of their 2006 hit Half Nelson (the stunning drama that brought Ryan Gosling an Oscar nomination).
Remember back in 1998, when Robin Williams finally won his Oscar for Good Will Hunting, and then his next several movies (What Dreams May Come, Patch Adams, Jakob the Liar, Bicentennial Man) all looked a bit too much like he was trying to win another?
James Bond is back and you’ll never believe this, but he’ll apparently be blowing things up, chasing down bad guys, and romancing ladies in his latest globe-trotting adventure, …Read More