It’s no use going over director Ron Howard’s previous movies. He won an Academy Award for 2001’s “A Beautiful Mind” and makes technically competent films, and that seems to be enough to get him studio and popular support. .
Manhattan may have some unexpected trouble getting into the Christmas spirit. The weatherman is projecting highs in the 50s. The campus shows were either too early (“A Christmas Carol”) or too busy with other subjects (“WinterDance”). We just had the .
Because folks are desperate to find holiday presents that will appeal to young people, December is sometimes a month when there are many new DVDs released. The DVDs we are interested in here are home viewing versions of recent general .
Don’t forget how good the first “Rocky” movie was. Sequels have made us cringe at the thought that the 1976 movie was “good” and “important.” But it didn’t win the Best Picture Oscar by mistake. It is one of .
To look at the fourth “Hunger Games” movie, viewers would figure all the series members were filmed one right after another, without the pauses between the films’ release dates. The first film came out in 2012, and yet Jennifer Lawrence, Josh .
Writer and director Josh Levine has cast Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt together before, in the movie “50/50.” Now he’s put them together again and has brought in accomplished Anthony Mackie to play the third friend in the holiday comedy “.
Let me suggest an alternate understanding of the life of Freddie Steinmark, Texas football safety and subject of the hagiographic “My All American.” The movie tells the story as if it were the comments of retired Texas coach Darrell Royal, .
Remember “Love, Actually,” an English holiday-season movie (with a cast full of names) about a series of vaguely related romances? Well. It’s back. Sort of. In an American version. “Love, the Coopers” is a holiday-season movie (with a cast .
Daniel Craig has been the James Bond most like a male model. In the new 007 movie “Specter,” directed once again by Sam Mendes, the British Secret Service’s agent may have let his sense of fashion go a little prissy. .
One way to understand the new “based-on-a-true-story” movie “Truth” is as a celebration of the great Dan Rather. The film begins and closes with the old CBS news reader as the center of group adulation. As the movie runs, Rather (.
In the genre of young horror books, few authors have achieved the ubiquity of R.L. Stein with the “Goosebumps” series. From the popular novels and the multi-season TV series, “Goosebumps” uses supernatural terror and disarming humor to tell stories .
Directed by John Chu, known for his work on the “Step Up” movies, “Jem and the Holograms” resurrects a mostly forgettable 80s cartoon series. The plot of “Jem and the Holograms” is nothing new. Jerrica Benton (Aubrey Peeples) is an 18 .
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