Tribeca: John Lithgow And Alfred Molina Break Hearts With Love Is Strange
I'd heard fantastic things from colleagues who had seen the romantic drama at its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. But no one prepared me for how deeply moving Ira Sachs's latest effort--which boasts brilliant turns by John Lithgow and Alfred Molina--truly is.
Tribeca: Summer Of Blood Combines Hipster Comedy And B-Movie Horror
What do you get when you throw the comedic humor of insular NY comedies together with the willfully garish gore of B-movie horror? Something devilishly amusing and happily drenched in blood and biting dialogue.
The Real Goonies 2 Questions You Should Be Asking
In 1982, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial arrived on the scene and set a high benchmark for movies that were both for kids and about kids. At the heart of a film about a boy and the stranded alien he befriends is a tale about the power of kid spirit, and it affected a generation. The 80s were our time.
Tribeca: About Alex Is The Big Chill For Millennials, Complete With Star-Stuffed Ensemble
It's a setup that served The Big Chill well, but there's something especially endearing in that About Alex's suicidal friend has the chance to speak for himself rather than be some ghost everyone feels beholden to.
The Goonies 2: Three Possible Storylines We'd Actually Want To See
We’re not giving up on The Goonies 2, because Goonies – as you know – never say die. So if this sequel is happening, here are three potential plotlines we can get behind.
The World's First (And Only) Summer Movie/NBA Playoff Combo Preview
We've handpicked sixteen big summer releases and matched them up with an NBA title contender. Some connect tenuously, superficially. Others have unusual similarities, borderline creepy. But at least it's all at your fingertips.
Monday Movie Memo: Johnny Depp's Movie-Star Days Are Done
We got up this morning and crunched the numbers. This isn’t a blip for Depp. It’s the new norm. American audiences are largely tuning out Depp’s movies, from The Lone Ranger to The Tourist.
This Rotten Week: Predicting The Other Woman, Brick Mansions And The Quiet Ones Reviews
Big movie weeks are ahead of us, and this is the crappy quiet before the awesome. Hold fast Rotten Week-ites, better times are coming. But for now we have other women, brick mansions and quiet ones to talk about.
Why James Franco Had To Cameo And 4 More Tidbits We Learned About Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes At WonderCon
Rupert Wyatt’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes completely blew our minds back in 2011, proving that it was possible to create a truly excellent reboot/prequel for an established Hollywood franchise. The success of that film has us filled with incredible anticipation for the upcoming sequel, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
WonderCon In Photos Day 2: Deathstroke, Lady Boba Fett, And Mystique Hit Anaheim
So what will you get to see clicking through the images? Up top you’ll see a whole bunch of fans in various costume wear belting out “A Whole New World” from Aladdin, but there’s a whole lot more below. From a meeting between Elsa and Olaf of Frozen to gender bender versions of Boba Fett, Shredder and Captain America, there’s a lot of awesome stuff.
Godzilla's Secret Roar And 4 More Stories We Learned About The Upcoming Reboot At WonderCon
As part of a morning studio presentation from the folks at Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures, Edwards sat down in front of a massive crowd gathered inside the Anaheim Convention Center arena and revealed some fascinating new details about just what went into the making of the new Godzilla.
The Fear Monger: Cabin Fever Gets A Remake, Sinister 2 Gets A Director, And Wolves Fight Mutants
One of the latest films to get the arguably unnecessary update is Eli Roth’s 2002 gross-out horror comedy Cabin Fever, which BloodyDisgusting reports is in the cards thanks to Indomina Releasing. Evolution Entertainment, who is best known for the first three Saw films and James Wan’s thrillers Dead Silence and Death Sentence, is on board to produce.
WonderCon 2014 In Photos: Black Widow, Bizarro, And Beetlejuice Come Out To Cosplay
There’s a lot to love about comic book conventions, from the informative and entertaining panels and presentations to the presentation floors filled with all kinds of awesome toys and artifacts, but perhaps the greatest aspect of all is the fan appreciation expressed through cosplay. Die hards spend months waiting for the next con to roll around and working on heavily detailed costumes based on the looks of their favorite characters.
10 Hilarious Movies That Prove 'Spoof' Isn't A Dirty Word
Open Road Films didn’t screen Marlon Wayans’ comedy sequel for critics. (I know, right?) That gave us an excuse to go back and celebrate the finest entries in the spoof genres… movies that packed in the laughs and took advantage of the creative leeway that comes with assuming a familiar genre.
X-Men Fans: It's OK To Still Be Excited For Days Of Future Past
Singer might have made some questionable personal decisions. Yet, while he was the man making most of the creative decisions on X-Men: Days of Future Past, the blockbuster is a collaborative effort shared by hundreds, and they – plus the million of fans awaiting the movie’s release – shouldn’t be penalized by association.