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Review: Maggie’s Plan

— by RON WILKINSON — When will Greta Gerwig move out of New York City? No doubt this quirky and totally Greta movie received a lot of support from the Big Apple for showcasing several city tourist attractions, but it did not do the story any good. Despite the overwhelming exposure for th[...]

Review: Non-Stop

— by JESSIKA OWENS — Airplanes seem like a logical place for thriller movies, until one closely examines the challenges and limitations of filming and storyline. In my experience, it generally doesn’t work. There’s only so much set that can be used and the whole process feels[...]

Review: Carrie

— by JAMES SHAW — It is very hard to make original movies these days, so Hollywood tends to re-make, create sequels or spin-off from past popular films. The original 1976 version of “Carrie” was based on the 1974 Stephen King Novel, a story about an out-cast teenage girl named Carrie[...]

Carrie: Don’t Go to Prom Featurette

— by JESSIKA OWENS — Remakes of horror films, if you ask me, are almost as common as horror films. Sometimes it works, other times I hate it. The upcoming re-imagining of “Carrie” has me dubious to say the least. Many iconic horror films have been redone, and a lot of them di[...]

Review: Don Jon

— by JAMES SHAW — “Don Jon” was written and directed by Joseph Gordon-Levitt – who also stars in the movie – and I must give Gordon-Levitt a standing ovation because he has connected with both men and women on the topic of sex, which is very hard to do. Sex is a topic tha[...]

Review: The English Teacher

— by RON WILKINSON — Julianne Moore plays Linda Sinclair, a high school English teacher in the small town of Kingston, Pa., who is almost believable as the town spinster (she has a problem with uncontrollable sexiness). Unmarried and seeking refuge in her job, her apartment and her two c[...]

Carrie: Full Theatrical Trailer

— by ADAM POYNTER — Ever since it was announced that the “Carrie” re-imagining would have its release date pushed back from March 15 to Oct. 18, we have not heard much about the film. The move was made for a few reasons, including distancing itself from “The Evil Dead” release, a[...]

Carrie: First Teaser Trailer

— by ADAM POYNTER — Few classic horror films have such iconic imagery as Sissy Spacek in a prom dress covered in blood in De Palma’s 1976’s “Carrie.” Well, the character of Carrie White is back in director Kimberly Peirce’s re-imagining of the infamous tale. Carrie (Chloë Grac[...]

Under Review: ‘Crazy, Stupid, Love’

— by ADAM POYNTER — Most of the time, when I hear comedy, my mind automatically races to some of the biggest recent hits, which most of have been rated R. And when men hear the term “romantic comedy,” there is usually a groan while women are usually game for it, but recent ge[...]

Poster Peek: ‘Crazy, Stupid, Love.’

— by ADAM POYNTER — In the upcoming comedy “Crazy, Stupid, Love” — starring the infinitely funny Steve Carell, along with Julianne Moore, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Kevin Bacon and Marisa Tomei — we will see a group of people put love, lust and friendship to the test when [...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Crazy, Stupid, Love.’

— by ADAM POYNTER — When it comes to huge ensemble casts, movies tend to be hit or miss at the box office. Sometimes, so many stars can raise your expectations making it harder to please everybody. Well, Warner Bros. has a new dramatic comedy for you called “Crazy, Stupid, Love.” It [...]

‘Crazy, Stupid, Love’ Moving to Summer Date

Responding to “overwhelmingly positive” test screening results, Warner Bros. Pictures is moving the release date of “Crazy, Stupid, Love.” — starring Steve Carell — to July 29, 2011. The announcement was made today by Dan Fellman, president of domestic[...]

Why we need a Big Lebowski sequel

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — If you haven’t watched “The Big Lebowski,” then it is possible that you might not feel the excitement that I will be attempting to convey in my article below … the excitement of watching “The Big Lebowski” gang reunited. The movie [...]

Six Clips from ‘The Kids Are All Right’

— by AMANDA KOEHLER — “The Kids Are All Right,” a film where Julianne Moore and Annette Bening play lesbian mothers, has been getting a lot of buzz. Here’s hoping that the good parts were left out of these six clips — otherwise, moviegoers will experience a movie [...]