Posts Tagged ‘Kristen Stewart’

Review: Spencer

— by BEV QUESTAD — When does a film cross a line into defamation of character so strongly that all a viewer can hope for is legal action? I urge you not to see this film. It is a flagrant, vulgar and blatantly fictitious version of a woman who, in reality, inspired a world. As […][...]

New movie releases for November 2019

November promises to be a great month in terms of movie releases. What we really love the most is that there are movie releases for everyone this month. In this post, we share some of the new movie releases of November 2019. Because we all have different tastes, we know you will love some and [&hell[...]

Review: Camp X-Ray

— by RON WILKINSON — Peter Sattler’s directorial debut is as bare and exposed as a prisoner in a cell. A stripped down film about warehousing human beings and waiting for the next step. The next step for the inmate is release, and it may come sooner than the next step for the jaile[...]

Review: Snow White and the Huntsman

— by ADAM DALE — Fairy tales enchant us as kids and teach us lessons to be remembered later on in life. “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” — the first full-length animated feature by Disney — was no different. Ever since it was first announced that they would be making a d[...]

Trailer: Snow White and the Huntsman

— by CHERRY BELL DAMASCO-FARRINGTON — “Snow White and the Huntsman” is almost upon us. And with two live-action films based on the same fairy tale releasing this year alone — along with two television shows that touch on the fairy tale — it is almost an overload o[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’

— by ADAM POYNTER — When it was announced that there would be two Snow White films coming out next year, I was a bit skeptical to say the least. Having two live-action films relating to the same subject coming out months apart is a very risky bet for the studios making them. I was [&hell[...]

‘Snow White and the Huntsman’: Comic-Con Panel and Character Banners

— by ADAM POYNTER — During Saturday’s San Diego Comic-Con, the cast and crew of “Snow White and the Huntsman” descended on Hall H to thunderous applause. Director Rupert Sanders and producers Joe Roth and Palak Patel started off the panel by discussing what drew them to this pr[...]

Chris Hemsworth in the Hunt for ‘Snow White’ Role

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — The re-telling of classic stories is going strong right now and “Snow White and the Huntsman” — the upcoming movie starring Kristen Stewart — is one of several looking to ride the wave. In this version of the story, the Huntsman and Snow White[...]

The Top 5 Choices to Play Lois Lane

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — The new Superman movie has a director (Zack Snyder) and a leading man (Henry Cavill). Now, it needs a leading lady. With news of Kristen Stewart being on the shortlist of actresses for the Lois Lane, I present my list of favorites in the hopes some studio exec w[...]

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 [...]

A Scene from ‘Eclipse’

With “New Moon” now out on DVD, it’s time to fully turn our attention to the next movie in the series, “Eclipse.” To get ready, the first clip from the movie is below.[...]

Under Review: ‘The Runaways’

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — Before I started writing this review, I checked my iTunes library. What I found was a plethora of Megadeth, Motörhead and Judas Priest albums, but hidden among “Rust in Peace” and “Ace of Spades,” there was an album[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Eclipse’

— by ALEXA MILAN — It feels like it was only a couple of months ago that screaming girls were lining up to see “The Twilight Saga: New Moon.” Oh right, that’s because it was. Wasting no time to capitalize on the current vampire fad, Summit Entertainment is releasing the third[...]

Six Clips from ‘The Runaways’

— by ALEXA MILAN — One of the movies that that everyone seems to be talking about is “The Runaways,” a biopic of the 1970s teen rock band that launched the career of Joan Jett. The film follows the rise of The Runaways as the girls tour throughout the United States and garner a huge [...]