DVD Review: Blood Ties

Blood Ties is interesting as a period crime piece ... »»

US Trailer For Blood Ties Starring Clive Owen, Zoe Saldana And Marion Cotillard

Roadside Attractions to release crime drama in March in theaters and VOD. »»

Blu-ray Review: Killer Elite

Killer Elite is a solid espionage thriller that will give action junkies their fill. »»

Killer Elite - Review

Wash, rinse, repeat, Jason Statham action film »»

Second Trailer For The Killer Elite Debuts Online

Second trailer for Statham actioneer goes live! »»

Clive Owen Battles Monsters In Intruders International Trailer

Rejected James Bond tackles monsters instead of militant organizations »»

Bad (Ass) Movies Done Right — Sin City

It’s been five years since Sin City was dropped on audiences’ laps and the film’s legacy can be seen everywhere. »»

The Boys are Back - DVD Review

The one disconnect many people have with cinema is that some actors don’t look like they could ever be in a real life job they play on screen. It’s hard to imagine Brad Pitt selling insurance, George Clooney working as a prison guard or Matt Damon as a call center supervisor. You could imagine Clive Owen in nearly any job, though, because he’s good looking in a rugged way. You could see him tending a bar, or as a Northwestern Mutual agent, if he wasn’t an actor. He’s not pretty, so at least he’s got that going for him in The Boys are Back. But not much else, apparently. »»

Jenny's Best of the Aughts

Ultimately, the Top 10 list is about that particular person and what films stuck with them the most. »»

Best of the Aughts - Science Fiction & Fantasy Films

Those reading this feature hoping to find Mission to Mars, Supernova, Ultraviolet, or any Harry Potter films, I’m sorry, but you’re just wasting your time. »»

Clive Owen Accepts Schwimmer's Trust

The Friends star is directing a dark drama with Clive "Shoot 'em Up" Owen and the mother of the son who started a Wild Rumpus. »»

The SmarK DVD Rant - "Interpersonal Conflict Management"

Relationships can be tough, of course. And if you're a budding therapist, then Hollywood no doubt has a movie that can assist you in counselling those who need it.


The International - DVD Review

If you've got two hours to waste, go ahead and throw it in. You won't feel like you lost two hours of your life. »»

Inside Man comes to Blu-ray on May 26th

Days after Universal Home Entertainment unveiled plans for a 20th anniversary DVD/Blu-ray of Do the Right Thing, the studio announces yet another Spike Lee film to be released on the high definition format. »»

THE INTERNATIONAL Hits Shelves this June

An evil bank...how timely On June 9th Sony Pictures will release the Clive Owen evil bank movie The International on Blu-Ray and DVD. »»

The Lounge List: Top Five Comics Id like to see on Film (or TV)

It’s a known fact that comic books are taking over the film industry. It seems hardly a month or two can go by without another one hitting the big screen. And not all of them are as obvious as Spider-Man or Batman. Ghost World, Road To Perdition and Wanted all started out as drawing on the printed page. With the huge explosion of adaptation, there are still several titles I would love to see on the big screen or in some cases as TV Shows. Here are five of them. »»

The International - Review

Evil bankers . . . .soooooooooooo scary »»

The Bourne Trilogy - DVD Review

Jason Bourne had amnesia and wasn't quite sure who he was, what he was doing, or why the government was hot on his tail, but he was willing to do anything to figure it all out. What I can't figure out is why on earth they keep coming out with the exact same DVDs over and over again. I mean how many times do you want people to buy multiple DVDs that simply remaster the video and audio or add one extra special feature? Absolutely ridiculous to make even a small attempt to get people to buy the same film for a fourth or fifth time. Sad that I enjoy all three of these flicks so much or I'd just rip the ever-loving hell out of this entire collection. »»

The International trailer

Clive Owen is back! Well, he never went anywhere, but it seems like it's been ages since he was hamming it up with Paul Giamatti in Shoot 'Em Up. Now he stars alongside Naomi Watts in Tom Tykwer's (Run Lola Run and Perfume) new thriller, The International. In it, Owen plays an Interpol agent who attempts to expose a high-profile financial institution's role in an international arms dealing ring. It doesn't arrive until next February, but it makes you wonder if this is Owen's answer for not getting to play a movie icon who's synonymous with three numbers. »»

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