Blu-ray Review: Movie 43

Just a bunch of silly nonsense and random crude skits starring some of Hollywood’s most recognizable stars. »»

Blu-ray Review: The Impossible

The Impossible is incredibly powerful, which is made all the more so due to its being a true story. »»

Oscars: Inside Pulse Movies Final Predictions For The 2013 Academy Awards

As a counterpoint to Scott Sawitz's Monday Morning Critic column I present to you my predictions for this year's Oscars. »»

Just Seen It: OSCARS 2013 Best Actor and Actress Predictions [Video]

Kevin, Liz and Sean discuss their picks and predictions for Best Actor and Best Actress for the 2013 Academy Awards and pick who SHOULD win and predict who WILL win. BEST ACTOR Joaquin Phoenix: The Master Denzel Washington: Flight Hugh Jackman: Les M »»

Movie 43 - Review

Has more than 43 reasons to hate it ... one to kind of like it »»

Oscar Nominations Fallout

Ben Affleck and Kathryn Bigelow snubbed? Find out inside. »»

Just Seen It Movie Review: The Impossible [Video]

Based on true story, Maria, Henry and their three sons take a much needed Holiday in Thailand. But on the day after Christmas, a devastating Tsunami strikes. Facing devastating challenges, the family must struggle to survive. Starring Naomi Watts, Ew »»

Nominations For the 70th Annual Golden Globes - Movies

The ceremony airs live on NBC, Sunday, January 13. »»

The Impossible US Trailer Arrives And It Is Magnificent

A beautiful trailer involving one of the worst natural disasters of the early 21st century. »»

J. Edgar - Review (2)

DiCaprio’s performance helps bolster an uneven narrative that’s far too short for the story it wants to tell and far too long for the story that’s told. »»

J. Edgar - Review

Conflicting storytelling approaches sink fractured portrait of complex man »»

Dream House Trailer and Poster Debut

Hopefully not another Gigli »»

Liev Schreiber To Be A Bleeder In New Boxing Drama

Schreiber takes a headlining role in a docudrama of an event that inspired the film Rocky. »»

You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger - DVD Review

Had this not been Allen’s 44th film, it might have been perceived as good. But since he has such a breadth of work, this just comes off as more of the same of what he’s done in the past. »»

Queued Up: Comic Book Movie Edition – Tank Girl

There are few comic book-to-movie adaptations as enthusiastically untethered to logic or poise as Rachel Talalay’s big screen version of Tank Girl. »»

Conflicting Reports Name Gaggle of Actress Sought For Dark Knight Rises

Anne Hathaway, Keira Knightley, Jessica Biel, Gemma Arterton, Eva Green and Naomi Watts just a few of the names allegedly being considered for new Batman movie. »»

2011 Film Independent Spirt Awards Nominations

The Kids Are All Right leads all nominees. »»

Fair Game - Review

Between two perspectives there’s the truth. This isn’t it. »»

You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger - Review

He may be tall and dark, but he’s really boring »»

Bad Movies Done Right — Turning Japanese

While the popularity of Japanese horror film remakes has seemed to have died out recently, there was a time not too long ago that horror movie aficionados had a taste for foreign cuisine when it came to their boo-feasts. »»

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. »»

THE INTERNATIONAL Hits Shelves this June

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

Is Sean Penn Game?

Fair Game, the drama about the outing of CIA agent Valerie Plame Wilson, is set to star Naomi Watts and be directed by Doug Liman, best known for his films Swingers, Go, The Bourne Identity and Mr. And Mr.s Smith. William Pohlad's River Road is financing. But the big question is whether recent Oscar-winning Milk star Sean Penn will close a deal to play Ambassador Joseph Wilson. »»

Pinto, Watts join Woody Allen film

Looks like Freida Pinto has found her first role post-Slumdog Millionaire. She'll be joining the growing ensemble of Woody Allen's latest feature. Just like Diane Keaton and Scarlett Johansson before her, Pinto is the latest Allen muse as she takes on the ingenue role in the helmer's still-untitled pic. »»

The International - Review

Evil bankers . . . .soooooooooooo scary »»

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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