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  • Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg at Cinefamily
    Seth Rogen surprises moviegoers at first theatrical screening of 'The Interview'
    'The Interview' Co-Director and Co-Star Seth Rogen and his Co-Director Evan Goldberg surprised moviegoers tonight at a sold-out midnight screening at The Cinefamily in Los Angeles, introducing the film and thanking the audience who showed...
  • The Imitation Game
    'The Imitation Game' review: Benedict Cumberbatch delivers poignant brilliance
    "The Imitation Game" starring Benedict Cumberbatch began its theatrical run across the country starting today. The Morten Tyldum directed film also stars Keira Knightley, Matthew Goode, Mark Strong, and Charles Dance.The Allies were...
  • Big Eyes
    'Big Eyes' review: Tim Burton's innocuous biopic
    "Big Eyes" began its theatrical run across the country starting today. Tim Burton's dramatic biography stars Amy Adams, Christoph Waltz, Krysten Ritter, Danny Huston, Jason Schwartzman, and Terence Stamp.Margaret Keane (Amy Adams) is...
  • Bonham-Carter-Burton
    Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter break up; ex-couple did many films together
    Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter have split up after 13 years as a couple. The American filmmaker and the British actress collaborated on several movies together, including 2001's "Planet of the Apes," 2003's "Big Fish,...
  • The Interview
    Rogen and Franco are here and taking on North Korea in 'The Interview'
    What should have just been another comedy from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg has turned into the most controversial film in the world and turned into a battle for freedom of speech and quite possible an act of war as stupid as that is. While it...
  • Mr. Peabody & Sherman
    Mr. Peabody & Sherman part 2: Previously
    The first problem we face with Mr. Peabody & Sherman is that we are given the impression of numerous previous trips to the past about which we know almost nothing. The Tower of Pisa was not always leaning; Sherman asked George Washington about...
  • 'A Christmas Story' is a classic
    'A Christmas Story' is a classic
    Today is Christmas, and many readers will have already attended church services and also have opened gifts bestowed upon them by loved ones. So if the religious aspects of the holiday have been commemorated and the gifts have been exchanged, all...
  • Jack O'Connell portrays Louis Zamperini in 'Unbroken'
    'Unbroken' wants to be 'The Railway Man' when it grows up
    Angelina Jolie has clearly apprenticed at the Clint Eastwood School of Direction which teaches talking about a story rather than reliving it, habitually mentioning the pivotal elements through verbal after-the-fact references, and patting the...
  • Into the Woods movie poster
    'Into the Woods' is a great Christmas gift for the whole family
    12 years ago, "Chicago" was one of the biggest movies of the holiday season. Based on the Broadway play and directed by Rob Marshall the movie went on to have a big night at the Academy Awards. Marshall again bringing back Broadway to...
  • The Gambler movie poster
    Don't gamble on 'The Gambler' on this Christmas Day
    So many movies open on Christmas Day and despite "The Interview" being pulled there are still plenty of choices out there today. If you do choose to spend part of your December 25 at the movies, you have to pick the right one and not one...
  • First Look at Seth McFarlane’s ‘Ted 2’
    First Look at Seth McFarlane’s ‘Ted 2’
    Coming in almost exactly three years after its predecessor, ‘Ted 2’ is headed to theaters this summer with writer, director, and star Seth MacFarlane accompanied once again by ‘Transformers’ star Mark Wahlberg. Since the...
  • 'Mallefficent'
    'Malificient' The Movie (Sleeping Beauty)
    He had hoped to steal her jewel, and instead he begat her heart. But as some men do, Stefanasa man of earth began to wander & as his own derelect temptation led him away, despite theconviction of guilty summons which now directed his heart...
  • 'The Gambler'
    Review: Mark Wahlberg takes gamble with different role for him
    Taking the lead role in The Gambler is a risky movie for Mark Wahlberg. There’s little doubt that the actor is trying to break out of a comfort zone in this remake of the 1975 film of the same name that starred James Caan. It opens Christmas...
  • 'The Interview' Poster
    'The Interview's release - a matter of patriotic pride?
    Despite (hopefully) empty threats from North Korean totalitarian ruler Kim Jong Un, about executing “911 style attacks” on any theater’s showing ‘The Interview,’ that caused Sony Pictures to cancel nationwide release...
  • Unbroken
    Movie review: 'Unbroken' tells the real-life story of Louis Zamperini
    Fairly, perhaps unfairly, too much focus is being put on the director of Unbroken (opening today) and not on its subject. If you haven't heard by now, the film is directed by Angelina Jolie, a lightning rod for attention and criticism in...