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Review: Nocturnal Animals

— by RON WILKINSON — Writer/director Tom Ford’s “Nocturnal Animals” (based on the novel “Tony & Susan” by Austin Wright) comes out of the gate running with his second feature film. The first film, “A Single Man,” was a dark examination of social mor[...]

Review: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

— by RON WILKINSON — Zack Snyder roars back with a superhero brawl that combines a blasting Wagnerian soundtrack with World Wrestling Federation slap downs. Significant plot? Do not count on it. The philosophical underpinnings of this match made in Hollywood are murky, but the action is [...]

Review: American Hustle

— by RON WILKINSON — “The Fighter” mega-stars Christian Bale and Amy Adams reunite with director David O. Russell in a pot-boiling romp through political and law enforcement corruption in the morally adrift 1980s. Bale plays con man Irving Rosenfeld who, after founding a string of[...]

American Hustle: Feature Trailer

— by ADAM POYNTER — The second trailer for David O. Russell’s “American Hustle” is here and it looks phenomenal, giving us much more narrative and plot points than the first trailer did. This is a film that can pretty much combines the casts of “The Fighter” and “Silv[...]

Review: Man of Steel

— by ADAM DALE — As is only fitting on his 75th Anniversary, Superman is back on the big screen in Zack Snyder’s “Man of Steel.” Being one of the very first, and still most iconic, superheroes of all time, there have been many incarnations of the hero in every form of media, from c[...]

Review: Trouble with the Curve

— by ADAM DALE — To most people, the name Clint Eastwood commands either nostalgia, or a feeling of old Hollywood talent. Those over a certain age see him as “Dirty Harry” or The Man with No Name, while those under the age of 30 probably see him as a man who is grumpy in […][...]

Trailer: Trouble with the Curve

— by ALEXA MILAN — Clint Eastwood may be making headlines lately for addressing empty chairs/conversing with invisible presidents, but the renowned actor/director is about to step in front of the camera again for the first time in four years. In “Trouble with the Curve,” East[...]

A Music Video from ‘The Muppets’

— by KATHLEEN COLLINS — While “The Muppets” movie winds down its theatrical run, it’s never too late to check out a video from the film. The following video is for the song “Man or Muppet,” which features Jason Segel’s character reflecting upon a quest[...]

Review: The Muppets

— by ADAM DALE — Jim Henson’s creation of the Muppets in the mid 1950s sparked an epidemic the world over of fans, young and old alike. Even though Jim has passed away and some of the original voice-actors retired, nothing could stop the return of “The Muppets” to a new generation.[...]

Seven Clips from ‘The Muppets’

— by ADAM DALE — The Muppets have been entrancing kids and audiences the world over since the mid-’50s when Jim Henson created them. Since then, they have appeared in nearly a dozen movies and countless television specials. “The Muppets” is the first theatrical release for all [...]

‘The Muppets’ Gather for a New Poster

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — The gang is back, and it seems they are getting a lot of buzz! Yes, I’m talkin about “The Muppets,” who are hitting theaters Nov. 23 after a six-year break (“The Muppets’ Wizard of Oz”). It seems to me they are going about everythi[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘The Muppets’

— by ADAM POYNTER — The last theatrically-released Muppet movie was more than 10 years ago, but now your favorite frog is back and the whole team is coming along for the ride in “The Muppets.” “The Muppets” tells the story of Walter, the world’s largest Muppet fan. Walter is on[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Green with Envy’

— by KATHLEEN COLLINS — Before they work together in “The Muppets,” Jason Segel and Amy Adams will be co-starring in a little romantic comedy called “Green with Envy.” Check out the trailer first and then we’ll discuss it.[...]

The Muppets: New Poster

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — Disney has released the first official movie poster for “The Muppets,” and although slightly creepy, I think it looks great. Dead center we have everyone’s favorite amphibian, Kermit the Frog, then, starting from left, are Gonzo, Fozzie, Miss Piggy and[...]