Posts Tagged ‘Olga Kurylenko’

Review: The Water Diviner

— by RON WILKINSON — Russell Crowe comes out swinging with his narrative fiction feature directorial debut but fouls out as this war story drops off the deep end into the irretrievably maudlin. Screenwriters Andrew Knight and Andrew Anastasios are partly to blame, but Crowe should have k[...]

Oblivion: Review

— by ADAM DALE — If I were to describe the plot to Joseph Kosinski’s “Oblivion” and leave off character names and specific details of the story and its twists, you could easily name four or five of the biggest sci-fi genre films of all time that it sounded like. This is the biggest[...]

Poster: Oblivion

— by CHERRY BELL DAMASCO-FARRINGTON — A new poster has arrived for Joseph Kosinski’s upcoming film “Oblivion,” which stars Tom Cruise, Olga Kurylenko, Andrea Risenborough, Morgan Freeman, Melissa Leo, Zoë Bell and Nikolaj Coster- Waldau. Tom Cruise is[...]

Three Clips from ‘There Be Dragons’

— by LYNN TACKITT — “There Be Dragons” is based on true events. Written and directed by Roland Joffé, it tells a story of two men who start on a path together but go off in very different directions. The story unfolds as a reporter Robert Torres (Dougray Scott) researches Jo[...]

Under Review: ‘Centurion’

— by ADAM POYNTER — Neil Marshall burst onto the scene years ago with his debut of “Dog Soldiers.” The movie was liked by most and he went on to direct “The Decent,” “Doomsday” and now “Centurion.” If you have seen any of these films, you know Marshall’s visual style an[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Centurion’

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — There are some time periods in history, that when discovered, can give ground to many great stories and adventures. For example, the reigning periods of different ancient empires — as well as their demises — are a great setting for many books and movies. [...]