Archive for January, 2010

Hugh Jackman talks ‘Wolverine 2’

— by BEN FOWLER — At the recent People’s Choice Awards, Hugh Jackman gave an exclusive scoop announcing “Wolverine 2” will be going before the cameras in “a year to a year and a half …” Now, there aren’t many people that really loved “X-Men Origins:[...]

Marion Cotillard, Franz Ferdinand Perform ‘The Eyes of Mars’

— by KATHLEEN COLLINS — We know that Marion Cotillard is an excellent actress, but we are now learning that she is a terrific singer as well. She recently appeared in the musical “Nine,” which I completely intended to see — until I read the reviews. Now, we have “[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Cyrus’

— by ALLISON HIGGINBOTHAM — Am I the only one who enjoys John C. Reilly, no matter what the role is? Look at his filmography: from “Gangs of New York” to “Talladega Nights,” that man has range. Of course, this doesn’t mean I’m going as far as seeing something like “The[...]

Under Review: ‘Fish Tank’

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — The English have a term called “chav.” It’s usually used among teenagers and those of a younger-demographic. It has a multitude of meanings, but the predominate definition is “scum of the Earth” (according to Urban Dictionary anyway)[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Frozen’

— by ALLISON HIGGINBOTHAM — From the trailer, it looks like “Frozen” has an air of Hitchcock about it: a woman does something wrong and she is punished. The girl’s sin? Lying to get her and her two guy friends on the ski lift for free. Her punishment? All of them being stranded on [...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Valentine’s Day’

— by SEAN GERSKI — There have been a few recent examples in the “make a romantic movie with several interwoven plots and put a lot of stars in it” genre, but none of them has done it with more big-name stars than “Valentine’s Day.” Check out this cast: Julia[...]

A Battle Scene from ‘Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths’

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — Expectations are running higher and higher with each new DC animated movie that gets released. So far, they have successfully managed to turn over a handful of straight-to-DVD films that have been graciously received by the fans, and it’s well deserved. While the l[...]

Exclusive: Two Clips from ‘Saint John of Las Vegas’ Introduced by Writer-Director Hue Rhodes

Hi, I’m Hue Rhodes, the writer/director of “Saint John of Las Vegas.” быстрый займ без отказа на карту You might ask, what is the deal with women in this movie? Strippers in wheelchairs, women who like hair pulling … what are you trying to say? Good[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Happy Tears’

— by RACHEL COYNE — I haven’t seen “Happy Tears,” but after watching the trailer, it feels all too familiar. Two adult siblings — one dutiful and dependable, the other scattered and self-centered — are forced to deal with an ailing parent. But said ailing parent is feisty and[...]

AC/DC’s Music Video from ‘Iron Man 2’

The following music video was released today for AC/DC’s “Shoot to Thrill,” featuring footage from “Iron Man 2”: Also released was the track listing for AC/DC’s “Iron Man 2” soundtrack. The songs are as follows[...]

Two Scenes From ‘The Yellow Handkerchief’

— by ALEXA MILAN — It’s not uncommon for small indie films that once received little attention to find an audience when one of its stars hits it big. This seems to be the case for the Kristen Stewart-starring “The Yellow Handkerchief,” which debuted at Sundance in early 2008[...]

Under Review: ‘Michael Jackson’s This Is It’

— by SCOTT SWAN — For most of my life, I’ve been a Michael Jackson fan. I first heard about the talented entertainer when I was 10. A friend from church gave me “Off The Wall” for my birthday, the LP that is. I played the crap out of that record, despite the fact that [[...]

Seven Clips from ‘When in Rome’

— by ALEXA MILAN — As the last of the Oscar hopefuls find their way to theaters, audiences can expect to see more lighthearted, escapist fare crowding the multiplexes in January. One such film is “When in Rome,” Kristen Bell’s latest romantic comedy. Bell plays Beth, an unlucky-in-[...]

Under Review: ‘Legion’

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — Until recently, when I thought of the Bible, several images popped into my head. Some of them being angels, Jesus, and an all-mighty entity in the heavens, but after seeing the latest batch of religion-themed films, it isn’t hard for me to also think about [...]