“What was it that lead the group of you to start Slamdance? On what basic, independent principles did you found it,” I ask.
“Rejection,” he says.
I don’t even need to see Zero Dark Thirty to be convinced of its greatness.
What’s that?! Oh, just the start of the best season in the all the world– the award season!
Bond 50: The Complete 22-Film Collection is on sale TODAY only for just $99.99! See details now!
Take a look at some bloody treats from the upcoming remakes of The Evil Dead and Carrie!
Is there any better way to start out the day than with news of another installment of Jurassic Park?! No, I don’t believe that there is.
Does the fact that Brave boasts a female lead make it more desirable?
Could it really be true: is The Dark Knight Rises the last Batman movie Christopher Nolan will ever direct?!
The question heard around the world–can Prometheus ever hope to live up to the greatness that was Alien?- is answered here!
More Kristen Stewart and Chris Hemswortlh sexual tension in the near future? Bring it on.
Could it possibly be true? Has someone up there green-lit a Drive sequel?! Oh, happy day!
As if television quality isn’t at an all-time low, Lionsgate attempts to drag that quality level to depths it has never seen.
Who’s being considered for a starring role in The Hunger Games sequel, Catching Fire? Some very interesting choices, indeed!
The latest “seriously?” movie comes from the mind of Eugenio Mira, and is being billed as a Speed-esque movie, but instead of a bus, the protagonist must play the piano. SERIOUSLY.
Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows seems to be a what-could-go-wrong-most-definitely-did guide for any summer movie.
Who says that a bonafide 80′s movie about the intricacies of a mother-daughter relationship can’t be chill-inducing?! Not I.
Joss Whedon’s The Avenger certainly lives up to all the hype, rightfully becoming a mainstay in summer blockbusters!
Joseph Gordon-Levitt proves his ultimate versatility by signing up as the lead in the Little Shop of Horrors remake.
Tim Story delivers an entertaining take on an over-the-top relationship self-help book in Think Like a Man.
Sadly, Nicholas Stoller’s The Five-Year Engagement misses the mark; remains just okay.
Both Cheerful Weather for the Wedding and Free Samples prove to be likable Tribeca Film Festival comedies.
Benjamin Dickinson’s First Winter shines at the Tribeca Film Festival as both a great feature film debut on Dickinson’s part as well as a harrowing drama the Festival is lucky to have.
Despite some blatant issues, Lynn Shelton’s Your Sister’s Sister remains a cute and likable film, one that makes your heart feel good.
Sarah Polley’s Take This Waltz is one of the greats at the Tribeca Film Festival
After seeing Caroline and Jackie at the TriBeCa Film Festival, I sat down with the director and two main stars. Read the review and subsequent interview here!
Is it true that we have a new director for Catching Fire, the sequel to The Hunger Games?!
American Reunion delivers exactly what one expects to see from an American Pie movie and it’s still as good (in that American Pie sort of way).
Ellen Ripley causes chills and so much more in James Cameron’s Aliens.
Mark and Jay Duplass’ Jeff Who Lives at Home falls a little short after setting such high markers.
The best Arnold Schwarznegger movie, Twins, is set to make a come back
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