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Jaws Blu-ray Has a Release Date

— by ADAM POYNTER — One of the most influential motion pictures of all time is coming out of the water and onto your television screens once again, only this time in high definition. Steven Spielberg’s Academy Award nominated 1975 classic “Jaws” is set to arrive on Blu-ray with ful[...]

Under Review: ‘RED’

— by ADAM POYNTER — Hollywood has a tendency of taking its older A-List stars and as they age shoving them into the roles of quirky grandfather or boss of the main antagonist. “RED” takes that stereotype, flips it on its head and then shoots it. “RED” is directed by Robert[...]

A Featurette from ‘RED’

— by KATHLEEN COLLINS — I don’t mind admitting that a movie can pique my interest simply by having a lot of actors I like in it. (And if those stars can actually act, it’s all the better.) In fact, when someone asks me if I want to see a movie, I’m just as likely [&hell[...]

15 Clips from ‘RED’

— by CHRIS HYATT — Every time I watch “Burn Notice,” I wonder to myself, what would this look like when these guys are old, washed up and retired … voluntarily, that is. When I saw these clips from “Red,” I was forced to change the question. Now I wonder if [...]

Under Review: ‘Piranha 3D’

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — I think that I would be able the make the next great B-movie, but that’s just me, but before I start writing up a script, let me ask my lovely readers their opinion on my would-be debut, which I would direct, write and, of course, produce (because doing all thr[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘RED’

— by ALEXA MILAN — What’s possibly more dangerous than James Bond and Jason Bourne combined? Helen Mirren with an enormous gun. They might be a little past their prime, but the eclectic characters at the center of “RED” can still whip their younger counterparts into sha[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Piranha 3D’

— by CAM SMITH — Sometimes, we go to the movies to immerse ourselves in the beauty of pure film making artistry, content to surrender ourselves to the whims of nuanced, dynamic cinematic storytellers who feel compelled to express themselves on as large a canvas as possible. Other times, [...]

‘Piranha 3D’: Three Dimensions of Terrible

— by CHRIS HYATT — “Piranha 3D” is going to be terrible. As of the moment I started typing this article, I haven’t seen the trailer, much less looked for one. Truth be told, I didn’t really have a firm grasp of its existence until I heard TMZ make a reference to[...]

A Scene from ‘Leaves of Grass’

— by RACHEL COYNE — I have no idea how Edward Norton manages to switch from muscular badass to schlubby everyman and back again for the various roles he plays, but in the comedic thriller “Leaves of Grass,” he’s definitely de-Hulked. Norton takes on two roles to play identical[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Leaves of Grass’

— by ROBERT DeFEIS — This is one of those trailers where you watch it and you just say, “Wow, that was weird,” but the more you think about it, the more you like it. Edward Norton was a big part of liking it, as he plays twin brothers in this comedic thriller. Now, when[...]