The Vow is not exactly a woman’s picture. It’s more about how a man falls in love, loses his love and gives up everything in life to focus on regaining his love. Maybe it’s a woman’s picture from a male point of view. However you slice it, it’s a welcome loaf—far from perfect, but as filling as a home-cooked meal.
Morning Glory, not to be confused with the 1933 classic starring Katharine Hepburn, is the smartest, sharpest, funniest and most consistently entertaining comedy since The Devil Wears Prada, and no wonder. Both films were written by Aline Brosh McKenna, and both deal with similar themes–the can-do spirit of fresh, indomitable newcomers in tough, jaded and Read More
Being “for humans only” didn’t really hurt District 9 at all. The Peter Jackson–produced film was the “surprise winner” at the box office this weekend—really, though, did anyone expect anything else?—grossing an estimated $37 million to lead a busy frame that saw three other new releases enter the top 10: The Time Traveler’s Read More
File this under: Where did the time go? With August reaching the halfway mark, there are precious few weekends left in the summer. Sigh! While we’re busy bemoaning our lack of beach time this year, Hollywood is set for one final hurrah; don’t expect a whole lot from here on out. Five movies Read More
The premiere of The Time Traveler’s Wife was an evening of temporal weirdness.
Based on a novel by Audrey Niffenegger, the movie stars Rachel McAdams and Eric Bana as a loving couple plagued by his uncontrollable time traveling—it’s a genetic condition, naturally.
The movie also has three child stars, who arrived first to the Wednesday, Read More
The Time Traveler’s Wife
Running time 107 minutes
Written by Bruce Joel Rubin
Directed by Robert Schwentke
Starring Rachel McAdams, Eric Bana, Arliss Howard, Ron Livingston
In the boring, benign and inconsequential transfer from best seller to film of The Time Traveler’s Wife, an adventurous Chicago librarian is cursed with a genetic mutation that Read More
There are just too many promising-looking films vying for Academy voters this year—don’t forget to factor in some of these pics:
Broken Embraces (Los Abrazos Rotos): This film pairs the great Pedro Almódovar with his favorite leading lady–muse Penélope Cruz in a thriller about a blind writer (Lluís Homar) who Read More
Open less than two months in the former PM space at 50 Gansevoort, the nightclub Griffin is welcoming famous people!
Actress Rachel McAdams has stopped in (without Josh Lucas), and so has Leo DiCaprio, also notably solo. Stylist Rachel Zoe and actress Kate Hudson were spotted sipping Champagne, a blur of Read More
We can’t say we’re all that surprised that the return of Rachel McAdams has been met with decidedly few huzzahs—after all, on the list of under-the-radar actresses, she would rank near the top—but come on! Where is even the slightest display of giddiness? Here we are on Friday with her latest film, State of Play, Read More
Conspiracy theorists might want to get out their tinfoil hats for this one. Despite being leaked onto the Internet, X-Men Origins: Wolverine is still tracking to be a huge success. Earlier this week, Entertainment Weekly revealed details of a consumer report showing that the May 1st release remains the No. 1 Read More