While in real life one learns to look out for the jacket-less guys in the colored dress shirts, in the movies it’s the guys in white shirts, sometimes even short-sleeved, and black ties that seem to require attention. Richard .
The surprising thing about “American Reunion,” the new “American Pie” movie, is that the sexual subjects bothering its characters manage to keep ticket holders attention on the screen. The predictable thing about “American Reunion” is everything else. Based on a 1999 .
Centuries of study and art have been devoted to the gods, goddesses and demigods of the Ancient Greeks. Greek myth should provide a good source of plots for a fair number of movies. I wish I could say what it .
In the spring, folks go outside. If they are going to buy things, they buy Easter clothes. So Hollywood puts relatively few recent general release titles out on home viewing media. What would be the point? Consequently, when you go .
Americans assumed fairy tales taught their children something about how to live. So some parents weren’t too happy about the message of Cinderella, who seems to be celebrated and loved simply because of how she is born—beautiful. An .
This seems as routine as a Carmike ticket price rise. One pays $7 to see a matinee of a movie about poor people competing and in the end, despite long odds, winning some sort of contest. So what is it that .
What is to fill the vacuum left after the conclusion of the Harry Potter series and the Twilight saga? For the moment, it is the Hunger Games trilogy. Together, the young-adult books by Suzanne Collins have sold 23.5 million copies (in .
One of the fledgling Fox television network’s first shows was a sort of “Mod Squad” of the 1980s. Called “21 Jump Street,” it featured young Johnny Depp (for a while) and Peter DeLuise (who I think was Dom’s son) .
There are a few different ways to approach a film based on a well-known novel. A few films go all out and try to reproduce the minutiae, which is understandable. Some will go to the opposite extreme and slap the .
“Silent House” is a new scary movie about which there are many interesting features. It was shot (apparently) in “real time” with just one camera shot that runs something over eighty minutes. That’s interesting. It is not rated. That’.
Those readers who like classic suspense thrillers will want to get out and catch “Gone” before it is. Heitor Dhalia’s streamlined little pulse prompter will have its audiences ducking and swerving and glibly nodding along with a heroine played .
First time director Nima Nourizadeh’s “Project X,” advertised as having been produced by Todd Phillips, is a fast melting snowball. The idea in this story form is that the plot will roll downhill and, as succeeding events adhere to .
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