The more keenly eyed moviegoers amongst you will have noticed the recent trend of movie’s being titled very literally: ‘Bad Teacher’, ‘We Bought a Zoo’ etcetera etcetera. Keeping that trend up is Man on a Ledge, which advance screened last night at the Tribeca Grand Hotel, hosted by The Cinema Society with Gilt Man & Grey Goose. Read More
Thinking of joining the herd and seeing Clash of the Titans 3D this weekend? Here, five pieces of information that may make things a little more interesting.
3D or not to 3D?
Trying to capitalize on the boon of 3D releases—the only non-3D films to lead the box office in 2010 are Dear John, Shutter Read More
If James Cameron’s Avatar is the most important movie of our time, shouldn’t it look a whole lot better than your typical cut scene from the latest edition of Final Fantasy? That was the first thought running through our heads as we watched the disappointing teaser trailer this morning. (We were Read More
Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer, and what better way to spend the weekend than by watching some movies?! Four such diversions hit theaters today, and, as usual, there is something for everyone. As we do every Friday, here’s a handy guide to the new releases.
What’s the story: If this Read More
Running time 115 minutes
Written by John Brancato and Michael Ferris
Directed by McG
Starring Christian Bale, Sam Worthington, Helena Bonham Carter
McG’s Terminator Salvation, from a story and screenplay by John Brancato and Michael Ferris, stipulates a post-nuclearized, post-apocalyptic America in the year 2018. Yes, 2018! That’s only nine years from now! Read More
Our issues with Hollywood’s current obsession over 3-D have been well documented this week. The short of it is: it stinks! Watching Monday’s dimensionally enhanced episode of Chuck was like doing our taxes–arduous, exhausting, unfulfilling, and, by the end of it, our eyes were burning. How is that fun again? Why anyone would want Read More
Although watching the hullabaloo before Sunday night’s Golden Globes ceremony was more fun than usual—we loved those wild-card moments when Alec Baldwin harassed the tiny Ryan Seacrest about pictures of him “fondling” some woman, and when Mark Wahlberg threw Jeremy “I swear I was mercury-poisoned” Piven under the bus—this year, more than ever, the red Read More