Posts Tagged ‘James Gandolfini’

Review: Violet & Daisy

— by RON WILKINSON — Anybody who watched 2009’s astounding “Precious” knows that when screenwriter Geoffrey Fletcher digs into the far corners of dysfunctional women’s minds, he comes up with eye-opening realities. In “Violet & Daisy,” he not only writes the screenplay, [...]

Trailer: Escape from Planet Earth

— by ADAM POYNTER — We have seen our fair share of animated films about aliens over the years. Some have been incredibly successful, like 2009’s “Monsters vs Aliens” by DreamWorks Animation, while last year’s “Mars Needs Moms” flopped at the box office. So what makes one anim[...]

Two Clips from Killing Them Softly

— by ALEXA MILAN — With surefire hits like “The Amazing Spider-Man” and “The Dark Knight Rises” still on the horizon, summer blockbusters are still at the forefront of most movie lovers’ minds. But once the summer season winds down, there are a few pretty in[...]

Cameras Roll on ‘Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close’

Principal photography is underway on Warner Bros. Pictures’ feature film adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer’s acclaimed novel “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close.” The film stars Sandra Bullock and Tom Hanks, and is being directed by Stephen Daldry (“The[...]

Brad Garrett Joins ‘The Untitled David Chase Project’

David Chase has rounded out the cast for his upcoming film debut for Paramount Pictures. The creator and producer of the multiple Emmy® and Golden Globe®-winning critically acclaimed series “The Sopranos” has announced that “Everybody Loves Raymond” star Brad Garrett will b[...]

Under Review: ‘Welcome to the Rileys’

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — Ask a parent what their biggest fear is and most will reply, “That my child dies before me.” It’s just inbred in us: the security of knowing that one day, our children will take care of us, even bury us when need be. But what happens when the natural order [...]

Under Review: ‘Wartorn 1861 — 2010’

— by ALEXA MILAN — Movies like “Saving Private Ryan” and “The Hurt Locker” have ingrained images of war into our heads. The violence, the feeling of constantly being on edge. However authentically Hollywood might portray the horrors of war, nothing can compare to the real stories[...]

A Scene from ‘Welcome to the Rileys’

— by TOM ELCE — James Gandolfini asserts his authority upon Kristen Stewart in this clip from “Welcome to the Rileys,” a Sundancer in which the girl who played Bella in “Twilight” is chastised for appearing cheap, immature and uneducated. In “Twilight”[...]