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  • George Clooney and Britt Robertson star in 'Tomorrowland'
    You'll want more of tomorrow in 'Tomorrowland'
    Tomorrowland puts George Clooney back in a jet pack floating about space.But unlike his short, but utterly charming turn in 2013’s Gravity, this time the results are more eh than extraordinary.Clooney is tasked with playing a curmudgeonly...
  • Tomorrowland
    Movie review: 'Tomorrowland' vomit-inducing dose of Disney optimism
    The future ain't what it used to be. Today's vision of the future - in films ranging from Edge of Tomorrow, to Interstellar, to last week's most recent Mad Max film - is often quite bleak. There is usually some man-made catastrophe...
  • Good Kill
    Movie review: 'Good Kill', average thriller
    As explained to us in Good Kill (opening today) by U.S. Air Force Lt. Colonel Jack Johns (Bruce Greenwood), make no bones about it: The "UAV" (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) - better-known as drones - and their operators, kill people. You can...
  • Frogs/The Food of Life Double Feature
    Shout Factory brings Food of the Gods/Frogs double feature to Blu-ray
    Shout Factory continues to deliver bring the cult classic horror films to the fans under their Scream Factory brand. Their latest double feature brings 1976s The Food of the Gods and 1972s Frogs to Blu-ray for the first time ever.In The Food of...
  • Good Kill
    Ethan Hawke takes on a different kind of warfare in ‘Good Kill’
    Ethan Hawke is one of those actors that always deliver a diverse choice in films and whether the film works or not generally always brings his A game. His latest, Good Kill takes on a different style of military service with the very real threat...
  • Still from 'Tomorrowland'
    Review: ‘Tomorrowland’ falters in finding audience and purpose
    In their long and storied history Disney has made many films that hold universal appeal. Kids, parents, the parents of parents all dig them. It’s no small feat, and even the masters of the family film don’t pull it off every time. Brad...
  • Official poster for 'Slow West'
    Review: ‘Slow West’ a surrealist slow burn of a Western, or something like it
    Slow West, in theaters May 22, is a dreamy, sometimes ethereal film that is at once an old-school western and a movie that just looks something like a cinematic frontier tale. It follows Jay Cavendish (Kodi Smit-McPhee) a 16-year-old Scottish boy...
  • Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara as Patricia Highsmith's 'Carol' and 'Therese'
    Todd Haynes furnishes Patricia Highsmith's 'Carol' for Cannes selection
    Todd Haynes "Carol" is at the top of the list for Anglo-American critics at Cannes but it is not a top runner for Francophiles. The biopic is artistically executed with soft filters and props from the late 50's but many look like...
  • ‘Tomorrowland’: Robertson amazes in her first big role
    ‘Tomorrowland’: Robertson amazes in her first big role
    If you could change the future, would you? This interesting story composes the question. Does the innovative minds’ of today, living in a world of tomorrow, make the world a better place?Frank Walker (Thomas Robinson) is a boy genius who...
  • Tomorrowland movie poster
    Like a good ride, 'Tomorrowland' is something to experience again and again
    Once upon a time the summer movie season would kick off on Memorial Day Weekend. It has not been that way in quite a long time. Movie studios still target that weekend as a time to release some of their bigger titles. On this Memorial Day Weekend,...
  • 'Tomorrowland'
    Movie Review - 'Tomorrowland'
    Futuristic tendencies – There’s no doubt we have seen our fair share of films based in or around the future. ‘Playing’ in a world that doesn’t exist yet is too hard to pass up for most directors, which is why I&rsquo...
  • Mad Max: Fury Road
    In Theaters - May '15
    SEE IT:Mad Max: Fury Road - You've probably heard the hype. Now's the time to treat yourself to one of this decade's most breathtaking cinematic achievements. 70 year-old auteur George Miller transports audiences to a surreal and fully...
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    Review: 'Poltergeist' Remake Stands Apart from the Original
    The knives have been out for MGM's remake ofPoltergeistsince it was announced years ago, which isn't a surprise. Tobe Hooper's 1982 film is a stone cold horror classic, and modernizing it a daunting task to say the least. Even with the...
  • Review:  Whimsy escapes Brad Bird in Disney's 'Tomorrowland'
    Review: Whimsy escapes Brad Bird in Disney's 'Tomorrowland'
    It’s not difficult to get wrapped into Brad Bird’s view of Tomorrowland, the latest from a director who possesses a great since of whimsy grounded in pragmatism, progressivism and hope. It opens on area screens Friday (May 22).The...
  • ‘Pitch Perfect 2’ is a solid dose of musical hilarity
    ‘Pitch Perfect 2’ is a solid dose of musical hilarity
    I was prepared to leave ‘Pitch Perfect 2’ with my list of criticisms, sure that I would say the movie was alright, but not as good as the first: not the case. Instead, I left knowing that I wasn’t even near the only one who...
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