A movie that left me shouting, “I want more!”
After a non-hiatus, I’m happy to report that the Coen Brothers are back in action.
A Complete List of Sundance Spotlight, Midnight and New Frontier Categories.
A complete list of the U.S. Dramatic Competition, World Dramatic Competition and NEXT Competition programs.
Spike Lee just can’t catch a box office break, and neither can Oldboy apparently.
Dallas Buyers Club is good. How good? Read on.
All is Bright is a good addition to the holiday-film caliber in that it seemingly hates the holidays.
The Best Man Holiday delivers exactly what it promises…only better.
“Nothing Bad Can Happen,” “Selfish Giant” and “The Rocket” Take Home Top Honors
A movie with a lot of issues surrounding it, reveals two of the year’s greatest performances.
A Look at The Invisible Woman
I don’t know what everyone is talking about, The Counselor isn’t really THAT bad!
And, with a big name attached!
Leah Chen Baker’s Cinephilia gets it right, over and over again.
Hocus Pocus gets it right. Every time.
And it has two possible scripts!
Don Jon proves to be a decent directorial debut for Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
With great acting and strong dialogue, what could have gone wrong?
Her is an inspiring and new take on an ever-relevant topic.
Making good on its promise, Nebraska proves to be a strong film in this year’s crop.
A funny trailer reveals a much more lackluster film.
Seed&Spark hosted their inaugural film festival, WestFest last week at The Hub in downtown Los Angeles.
Alfonso Cuarón’s latest attempt at great-movie making reminds all of us at home just why we make the trek to the movie theater.
Rocky Curby delivers a downright hit of a short film with his latest, Dark Vessel.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire final poster is here!
Watch the brand new Oldboy featurette now!
An excellent, captivating documentary!
The next big IMAX craze?
Filled to the brim with scares and twists, Insidious: Chapter 2 proves to be a fine addition to the horror movie category.
The Conjuring definitely had some scares, but ends up not offering anything new to an already-overflowing horror genre.
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What Summer 2013 Movie Are You Most Excited For?
42 (Apr 12)
IRON MAN 3 (May 3)
The GREAT GATSBY (May 10)
STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS (MAY 17)
FAST & FURIOUS 6 (May 24)
THE HANGOVER 3 (May 24)
EPIC (May 24)
AFTER EARTH (JUNE 7)
MAN OF STEEL (JUNE 14)
THE BLING RING (JUNE 14)
WORLD WAR Z (JUNE 21)
DESPICABLE ME 2 (JULY 5)
PACIFIC RIM (JULY 12)
WOLVERINE (JULY 26)
300: RISE OF AN EMPIRE (AUGUST 2)
ELYSIUM (AUGUST 9)
THE WORLD'S END (AUGUST 23)