Posts Tagged ‘James Marsden’

Review: Knox Goes Away

— by WILLIAM STERR — “Put it on the … the … the thing over there … you know.” How many times has something like that happened to you? You need a common, everyday word and it just wont come. Then the person you’re talking to says “counter?” and of course you knew that! It [...]

Trailer: Robot & Frank

— by ADAM POYNTER — We all know that there are many independent films out there that are far superior in storytelling capability and in impact to the majority of the blockbuster films that fill up theaters during peak times when they all seem to be released. Every now and then, some of t[...]

Two Clips from ‘Straw Dogs’

— by CHERRY BELL DAMASCO-FARRINGTON — We’ve seen James Marsden and Kate Bosworth together before in another remake/attempt at a reboot of a franchise (“Superman Returns”) and they have teamed up once again for the remake of a 1971 psychological thriller that starred Dus[...]

Under Review: ‘Hop’

— by ADAM POYNTER — Major holidays are a huge time for movies, especially for anyone who has kids off from school for prolonged periods of time. These are usually when the family-friendly films start to roll into theaters. This Easter we have “Hop,” directed by[...]

Seven Clips from ‘Hop’

— by ADAM POYNTER — With Easter just around the corner, there was bound to be a new family film coming out to appease the many families looking for something to do over the holiday break. This year, it just so happens to be a film about Easter: “Hop,” by director Tim Hill (“Alv[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Hop’ (Teaser Version)

— by JESSIKA OWENS — When you think of a cute bunny playing a drum, the first thing that pops into your mind is probably the Energizer bunny. But fear not my friends, prepare to forget about the cute bunny who only plays one drum, “Hop” is coming to us this Easter season. Fro[...]

First Look: ‘Hop’

— by TIERNEY BUTLER — Now, some people may consider a movie about the Easter Bunny to be a movie geared towards children, but as soon as I took a peek at the cast of the new film “Hop,” I about hopped with joy. Russell Brand, ladies and gentlemen, is going to be playing[...]

Under Review: ‘Death At A Funeral’

— by ADAM POYNTER — “Death at a Funeral” is a oddball comedy romp that takes place on the day an American family comes together to lay to rest a beloved father and husband. As bereaved family members gather together, distressing revelations, old arguments, inappropriate[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Death at a Funeral’

— by ALEXA MILAN — It’s not uncommon for American filmmakers to remake foreign films, but Chris Rock’s version of “Death at a Funeral” arrives just two and a half years after the British original. It seems a bit soon, especially since the original film received a U.S. release. In[...]

Under Review: The Box

— by ALEXA MILAN — What happens when you open the box? In the case of Richard Kelly’s new film, you get a talented cast wasted in an uneven movie. The latest sci-fi thriller from the writer-director of “Donnie Darko” and “Southland Tales” centers on[...]

Open ‘The Box’ For Five Clips

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — When I first saw the trailer for this movie “The Box,” I remember thinking, “This reminds me of something I’ve seen before.” In the official movie trailer, a mysterious man with a scarred face (played by Frank Langella) gives a financial[...]

New Pictures Surface From ‘The Box’ 

— by VANNA LAND —   New pictures have surfaced from the thriller/horror film “The Box,” starring Cameron Diaz, James Marsden and Frank Langella.  The movie — based on a 1970 short story by Richard Matheson called “Button, Button” — is being directed by Richard Kelly[...]