When it comes to movies, stupid is as stupid watches. Unless you’re getting paid to watch stupid movies. Which I’m not. I guess that makes me doubly stupid. I certainly feel that after catching two […]
Dwayne (née The Rock) Johnson is a bigger rig than the 18-wheeler he pilots during the tenses moments of the new action-drama Snitch, but the movie asks you to believe that he can’t handle a couple small-time drug dealers without ending up face down on the pavement.
This year’s Academy Awards race is a potential cluster, but here are my educated guesses as to what will emerge victorious in a year ripe for Oscar asterisks, along with my own personal preferences.
The Oscars are next Sunday, so if you haven’t caught some of the worthy contenders like Lincoln, Zero Dark Thirty or Amour, there’s still a little bit of time. (And if you haven’t seen the also nominated Les Miserables, count yourself lucky.)
The press tour for Safe Haven marked the second time I was in the same room as author Nicholas Sparks, and if I’m to be completely honest, I asked him the one burning question I had for him the last time around.
You’ve gotta love a week where a double bill of gutsy noir competes for attention with two fests’ worth of Nordic cinema and also screenings of Mike Leigh’s uncharacteristic period piece.
Attention enthusiasts of all things Nordic and those of Scandinavian blood: a blizzard of movies is making its way from Europe to the St. Anthony Main Theatre.
Somewhere in Appalachia, idyll and decomposition cohabitate uneasily in the hearts and bodies of those who refuse to die, though they’re given every opportunity to choose death.
The Super Bowl is on ice, and the Oscars are still awhile away. Short of watching the Grammys next Sunday evening, you should have plenty of time to examine the wealth of movie options out there this week.
Sometimes when I write movie blogs covering more than one weekend release, I bend over backwards to try to link the two. This isn’t one of those times.
If you want to really take names in your Oscar pool, you have to know your way around the short film categories. Most simply choose blindly in those three races, often favoring the most pleasing or serious sounding title in the lineup.
The B movies are starting to push out some of the underperforming Oscar contenders from area multiplexes. Maybe it’s time to start looking elsewhere for your movie fixes.
Forget George A. Romero. Bill Morrison is the foremost zombie movie filmmaker, albeit one who works exclusively in avant-garde form.
They always say in the summer that the best way to keep cool is to duck into a movie theater. What do they say you should do when the weather is as cold as it’s […]
It’s been a decade since Ah-nold headlined his last movie. And in the opening scenes of his newest action blitzkrieg “The Last Stand,” you can see every one of those years.
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