Posts Tagged ‘Pierce Brosnan’

Review: Fast Charlie

— by BEV QUESTAD — “Fast Charlie” is a fun “Dirty Harry” meets “James Bond” kind of film. It is implausibility incarnate doused with a little wry humor and a quick-thinking, gun-slinging suave, nicely dressed, handsome guy. It all matches up except that Charlie Swift (Pierce [...]

7 Days of 007: The Top 5 Opening Sequences

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — With seven days left until North American moviegoers finally get their chance to see the latest James Bond movie, “Skyfall,” we here at It’s Just Movies are hoping to make the wait a little easier for you by bringing you “7 Days of 007” this week. Each day [...]

Under Review: ‘Oceans’

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — Water is essential to all species of organisms. Of course, the fact that all living things require food, water and a stable environment in order to maintain their life processes is universally known. That being said, judging from a scientific lens, the world’s [...]

Five Clips from ‘Oceans’

— by ALLISON HIGGINBOTHAM — In recent years, a slew of documentaries have been created about the Earth. From “Planet Earth” to the even more simply named “Earth,” each has tried to capture the majesty of our planet. The latest documentary, “Oceans,” further explores what[...]

Poster Peek: ‘The Greatest’

— by RACHEL COYNE — While the movie may be “The Greatest,” the poster is anything but. Now that Carey Mulligan is an Oscar-nominated star on the rise, a small film she made right before doing “An Education” — one that probably wouldn’t have seen a promoted distribution[...]

Under Review: ‘Remember Me’

— by ALEXA MILAN — “Remember Me” is not for the pre-teen crowd that flock to see Robert Pattinson in the “Twilight” films, though Summit’s marketing campaign wants you to think so. It’s a darker, more mature look at love and family, albeit a fairly[...]

Six Scenes from ‘Remember Me’

— by ALEXA MILAN — Kristen Stewart has proved she has versatility outside the “Twilight” universe already in films like “Into the Wild” and “Adventureland.” Now it’s Robert Pattinson’s turn show the world whether or not he can shine in a[...]

Review: The Ghost Writer

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — There was a “clash of the titans” this weekend. No, Sam Worthington or Louis Leterrier are not implicated in any way. Instead cinema giants Martin Scorsese and Roman Polanski simultaneously released their latest films. Both[...]

Two Clips from ‘Remember Me’

— by ALEXA MILAN — For those “Twilight” fans who just can’t wait until the June release of “Eclipse” for some more Robert Pattinson, look no further than “Remember Me,” another Pattinson-starring production from “Twilight” studio Summit Entertainment. Pattinson plays[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Remember Me’

— by ALEXA MILAN — “Twilight” haters might be skeptical of Robert Pattinson’s new romantic drama “Remember Me,” but people shouldn’t be so quick to judge. This looks like it could be Pattinson’s chance to prove himself as an actor. “Remember Me” tells the story of bad[...]

Meet Percy Jackson and the Olympians

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — Yet another popular kid’s series book has been adapted for the big screen. In this case, it’s the five-book fantasy and adventure series authored by Rick Riordan, titled “Percy Jackson & the Olympians.” It is possible that we will be[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘The Ghost Writer’

— by RACHEL COYNE — Roman Polanski may do horrible things in his personal life, but there’s no denying that he has made some pretty good — and chilling — movies. His latest offering, “The Ghost Writer,” looks like it has the potential to be an engaging thriller, assuming[...]

Trailer: Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

— by ALEXA MILAN — The first part of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” may not hit theaters until November, but in the meantime fantasy fans dying to see some more teens going on quests and experiencing misadventures can check out “Percy Jackson & the[...]

Brosnan, Sarandon in ‘The Greatest’

— by JON MARTINCIC — “The Greatest” is only Shana Feste’s second writing job and first in the director’s chair. Her new project is centered around a couple dealing with the loss of their son, which causes a lot of there overlooked faults much more noticeable. This drama deals[...]