Movie review – Schuks! Schuster profits from old racial ... - City Press Movie review �" Schuks! Schuster profits from old racial stereotypes Laré Birk (left) plays Sammy, Leon Schuster plays Schuks, Alfred Ntombela... 12/1/2013 - 12:48 pm | View Link
The Review Monk Lets You Discover, Review, Rate And Share Movies - Yahoo! News ... are quite a few platforms that help decide which movie is worth watching. Here’s a platform for movie buffs called ‘The Review Monk’, the... 11/29/2013 - 5:07 am | View Link
'Gravity (2013)' Movie Review:Disaster in space - Examiner.com Christopher GrangerTampa Bay Movie Examiner Follow: 'Gravity (2013)' Movie Review:Disaster in space Rating: Star5 Star Star Star Star Mission... 11/27/2013 - 7:01 am | View Link
Movie review: 'Kill Your Darlings' - NewsOK.com MOVIE REVIEW ‘Kill Your Darlings' R 1:44 2 stars Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan, Ben Foster, Michael C. Hall, Jack Huston. 11/26/2013 - 1:23 pm | View Link
Movie review details: 'Black Nativity' - NewsOK.com Movie review details: “Black Nativity” MOVIE REVIEW ‘Black Nativity' PG1:32 3 stars Forest Whitaker and Jacob Latimore star in "Black Nativity. 11/26/2013 - 1:23 pm | View Link
Movie review: ‘Nebraska’ sure to get some Oscar nominations It’s a long walk from Billings, Mont., to Lincoln, Neb. – anywhere between 850 and 902 miles, depending on which road you take. But that’s the walk crusty and slightly addled Woody Grant has just set out on in the opening frames of Nebraska native Alexander Payne’s newest film. Payne has been nominated numerous times for directing and writing awards from the folks at both the Oscars and the ... 11/28/2013 - 6:56 pm | View Link
Movie review: Philomena (with video) Philomena Rating: 4 stars out of 5 Starring: Judi Dench, Steve Coogan Directed by: Stephen Frears Running time: 98 minutes Parental guidance: Coarse language, adult themes The human interest story is typically a rather mawkish concoction aimed at the ignorant […] 11/28/2013 - 6:47 pm | View Link
Movie Review: Bullett Raja Simple Raja Mishra turns into deadly Bullett Raja - who goes bang and who whimpers? 11/28/2013 - 1:48 pm | View Link
NY1 Movie Review: 'Philomena' Oscar-winning actress Judi Dench stars with Steve Coogan in a new film called "Philomena," based on a true story about an Irish woman's search for her long-lost son. 11/28/2013 - 9:44 am | View Link
Movie Review: 'Delivery Man' David is your average, everyday guy who once made some dough onthe side as a sperm donor named Starbuck, fathering 533 kids. 11/28/2013 - 7:18 am | View Link
Movie review: Nebraska lacks colour, but not meaning (with trailer) He looks like a homeless man, but within moments we get the minimal setup and the foil: Woody believes he’s a winner, and his son David (Will Forte) will have to drive him from Montana to Nebraska. The quest is a fantasy doomed to fail, but it’s how ... 11/28/2013 - 12:48 pm | View Link
Movie review: After Tiller examines morality of late-term abortions (with video) In the archival footage showing Dr. George Tiller before he was murdered in cold blood outside his Kansas church in 2009, we see him wearing a button on his white lab coat. It has only two words, but they explain everything — including why he ... 11/28/2013 - 10:46 am | View Link
Movie review: Housewife tries on life of a hooker in Concussion Rating: Three stars out of fiveThe only thing in this movie that’s hard to believe is that it’s not set in Los Angeles — a place where housewives are notoriously bored and willing to compromise every moral fibre in their being in order to ... 11/28/2013 - 9:49 am | View Link
‘Frozen’ movie review: Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel dazzle in Disney’s latest Remember when Disney was a powerhouse of animated musicals? In the 1980s and ’90s, movies such as “Beauty and the Beast” and “Pocahontas” didn’t just win the box office, but songs from Disney movies stormed the Billboard charts ... 11/28/2013 - 4:34 am | View Link
MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Frozen’ Disney’s princess films, like “Pocahontas” and “The Little Mermaid,” come in for criticism for their portrayal of damsels in distress who require the services of young princes to save them from all manner of peril. What follows isn’t ... 11/28/2013 - 3:01 am | View Link
A spokeswoman for Kate Winslet says the actress has given birth to a son and is "doing great."
Publicist Laura Symons says Winslet had a boy, her third child, Saturday at a hospital in southern England.
The autonomous region in northern Italy backs the true-life adventure tale from “2 Guns” director Baltasar Kormakur, which Working Title is producing. Everest, the real-life adventure tale about a fateful mountain expedition in 1996, has received nearly $1 million (€700,000) in production funding from South Tirol's regional film board. The drama, from 2 Guns director Baltasar Kormakur stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Jason Clarke (The Great Gatsby) as experienced climbing team Scott Fisher and Rob Hall, who were caught in a blizzard during an attempt to climb Everest.
Jesse Wigutow is adapting Brian Michael Bendis' comicWe haven't heard a great deal about the follow-up to Tron Legacy since we spoke to its director Joseph Kosinski back in April. While it continues to light-bike around the 90 degree corners of development, its writer Jesse Wigutow has found time for another gig.
The former Universal exec, who spent six years building the outward reach of the Abu Dhabi banner, raised eyebrows when he stepped down just as this year's Dubai International Film Festival was getting underway. DUBAI – Festival attendees continued to digest and mull the potential changes that will stem from the exit of former Universal exec Wayne Borg from his role as chief commercial office of Abu Dhabi media and production banner twofour54.
Impossible director will tackle the hordesAfter surviving a hailstorm of reports about troubled production days and scrapped script drafts, it was a pleasant surprise when World War Z emerged to a solid $533 million at the worldwide box office. It was by no means certain that a follow-up would see the projector’s light, but Brad Pitt talked up the idea in Toronto this past September and the film now has a real, live director in the shape of The Impossible’s Juan Antonio Bayona.
A desperate father attempts to keep his infant daughter alive while Hurricane Katrina destroys everything around him.
Whenever a feature film takes on a real life tragedy it runs the risk of either falling deep into melodrama or just simply not having the emotional punch that it should. This is occasionally true for the new film HOURS, starring the late Paul Walker and Genesis Rodriguez.