DVD Review: Drive-In Collection: Virgin and the Lover & Lustful Feelings

A double feature from Kemal Horulu, a director that may never earn his auteur card from the crowd that worship major directors such as Kubrick and Tarantino. »»

Disc News: Details Out for Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman: The Complete Series

New Shout! Factory press release outlines the special features to be found on its mega Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman set arriving in December. »»

Houston Cinema Arts Festival: Casting By - Review

A documentary about an overlooked profession and trailblazer Marion Dougherty. »»

Just Seen It Movie Review: To Rome With Love [Video]

Four Tales of love and life unfold in the eternal city of Rome. An American architect relives his youth while an average Roman finds himself a sudden celebrity. But as a young couple falls into separate romances, an opera director tries to put a sing »»

Neurotic Is The Same In Any Language - Woody Allen's To Rome With Love Gets Trailer

The first trailer for Woody Allen's latest has been released. You can view it below. Plot Summary: To Rome With Love is comprised of four vignettes; one features Allen and Judy Davis as a married couple; another stars Greta Gerwig, Jesse Eisenbe »»

Just Seen It Movie Review: 2011 Oscar Best Picture Picks and Predictions [Video]

Our Picks and Predictions for the 2011 Academy Award for BEST PICTURE. The nominees are: The Artist The Descendants Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close The Help Hugo Midnight in Paris Moneyball The Tree of Life War Horse »»

Just Seen It Movie Review: 2011 Oscar Best Director Picks and Predictions [Video]

Check out our Picks and Predictions for the 2011 Academy Award for BEST DIRECTOR. The nominees are: Woody Allen – Midnight in Paris Michel Hazanavicius – The Artist Terrence Malick – The Tree of Life Alexander Payne & »»

Oscar Nomination Fallout: A Few Surprises, Omissions, Plus Hugo & The Artist's Domination

It wouldn't be Oscar nominations without choices where you have to go "huh?" »»

Jenny Rebekah's Favorite Films of 2011

Inside Pulse Movies' female perspective, Jenny Rebekah, enlightens us on what a mother of two would have as her favorite films of 2011. »»

Midnight in Paris - Review

Woody Allen delivers for the first time in a long time »»

Woody Allen's New Film Gets Super Addition: Ellen Page

Empire Magazine, amongst others, is reporting that Ellen Page has joined Alec Baldwin, Penelope Cruz and Jesse Eisenberg in Woody Allen's untitled new film. Page is currently starring in IFC's Super, still in limited release, was given a fairl »»

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. »»

Why Did I Get Married? - Blu-ray Review

If you’ve ever laid in bed wondering what The Big Chill would be like stripped of its humor, resonance or quality acting, Why Did I Get Married? is here to put those ponderings to rest. »»

Bad Movies Done Right - Queen Of The Lot

In pursuit of Fame. Henry Jaglom's sequel to Hollywood Dreams not much to dream about. »»

Rachel McAdams says Oui to Woody Allen

McAdams joining Owen Wilson and Marion Cotillard for Allen's upcoming Paris-set film. »»

Whatever Works - DVD Review

As whole it’s a decent Allen flick. There are some great laugh-out-loud moments, but the whole third act seems to lose some steam and the laughs dissipate. »»

(500) Days of Summer - Review

Shocking! Romance from the Male POV! »»

Whatever Works - Review

The decline of Woody Allen continues »»

Antonio Banderas joins Woody Allen.

The cast list just keeps on growing for Woody Allen's newest untitled film. »»

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. »»

Woody Allen Taps Hopkins and Brolin for Next London Pic

Woody Allen, the director who has released at least one new movie every year since 1977 has begun casting for his next film. Sir Anthony Hopkins and James Brolin are the first to join what is said to be an ensemble cast. As per usual, Allen is keeping the title and plot strictly under wraps. »»

DVD artwork for Woody Allen film Vicky Cristina Barcelona

DVDActive has a look at the cover art for this Woody Allen release. Continue reading to take a glance. »»

Casino Royale Collector's Edition - DVD Review

Peter Sellers is James Bond! David Niven is James Bond! Ursula Andress is James Bond! Woody Allen is James Bond! Josh Begley is, oh, wait... »»

Student Bodies - DVD Review

Before Scream and Scary Movie, horror fans were sarcastically attacked by Student Bodies. From the first frame you know that this movie isn't going to be the usual slasher rampaging through a high school flick. A title card reads, "This motion picture is based on an actual incident. Last year 26 horror films were released... None of them lost money." The date given for the first victim's attack is "Jamie Lee Curtis' birthday." All the conventions will be challenged. »»

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