The Grand Budapest Hotel - Review

Wes Anderson cranks it up to 11. »»

Blu-ray Review: Coriolanus

Despite Ralph Fiennes proficiency in front and behind the camera, some are likely to be turned off by the Shakespearean dialogue of Coriolanus. »»

Skyfall - Review (2)

Bond turns 50, but he doesn’t show his age at all. »»

Blu-ray Review: Coriolanus

Coriolanus is a pleasant surprise of a film, given the source material, and a good first effort from its director. »»

Wrath of the Titans - Review (2)

More like Gods with Daddy Issues. »»

Wrath of the Titans - Review

About as worthwhile as the first film. »»

Trailer: When Harry Left Hogwarts Follows Harry Potter Gang

Documentary Trailer for Post-Potter antics »»

Another Trailer For Shakespearean war thriller Coriolanus

Shakespearean war thriller gets another trailer »»

Ralph Fiennes' Directorial Debut, Coriolanus, Gets Kick-Ass Trailer

Lord Voldemort gets his Shakespeare on in this contemporary adaptation of Coriolanus. »»

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 - Review

Harry Potter’s decade of cinematic wizardry has reached its end. »»

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part 1) - Review

Strong but incomplete starting gambit to the finale of Harry Potter »»

Cemetery Junction - DVD Review

When it comes to picking scripts for himself to star in on the big screen, Ricky Gervais hasn’t had the sort of skill in film that he’s had on television. »»

Maid in Manhattan - Blu-ray Review

They should’ve hired a maid to throw out this garbage… »»

The Hurt Locker - Review

The first Iraq War film that doesn’t suck »»

Neeson and Fienens to Clash in Titans

Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes will play warring gods in Warner Bros. and Legendary's remake of Clash of the Titans, the Greek-god epic directed by Louis Leterrier. But don't go to thinking this is Schindler's List 2. Neeson will play Zeus, the wise yet ill-tempered king of the Gods and father of Perseus (Sam Worthington). Fiennes will play Hades, ruler of the underworld whose aim is to overtake Zeus and rule over all. Fiennes' deal is in still in negotiations. »»

The Duchess - DVD Review

Keira Knightley has become a bit typecast in her career. Since doing period piece Pride and Prejudice in 2003, she has gone on to star in the immensely popular Pirates of the Caribbean series, in which she dons period costumes. The 2007 film Atonement, while Knightley remained corset-less, could also be classified as a period drama. Even though she’s branched out and done other films like The Jacket and Domino, she’s been remembered most for her period films. Some might roll their eyes at the thought of another, but 2008’s The Duchess just wouldn’t be the same without her. »»

Summit given the keys to the Hurt Locker

Summit Entertainment has picked up the U.S. rights to Kathryn Bigelow's suspense-filled Iraq War-based actioner The Hurt Locker, during the Toronto Film Festival. »»

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