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Review: Last Vegas

— by ADAM DALE — A group of guys go to Las Vegas for a crazy weekend bachelor party filled with debauchery and (prescription) drugs — sounds familiar, right? Yes, “The Hangover” series immediately comes to mind when describing the premise for “Last Vegas,” but thankfully, t[...]

Review: The Family

— by JAMES SHAW — It can be difficult to be very good at acting because there are several factors that can affect your performance, including the script, the rest of the cast, the director and the editor. Robert De Niro is a seasoned actor who obviously has had a great career thus far an[...]

The Big Wedding: Trailer

— by CHERRY BELL — What do you get when you have Diane Keaton, Susan Sarandon, Robin Williams and Robert De Niro starring in a comedy together? You get a very funny dysfunctional family drama-comedy. A dramedy, if you will. It is an American remake of the original 2006 French film “[...]

Review: Silver Linings Playbook

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — Rarely do I fall in love with a film, but “Silver Linings Playbook” had me at “Excelsior,” a word Bradley Cooper’s character, Pat, chants as his mantra. We first meet Pat right as his apprehensive mother, Dolores (Jacki Weaver), picks him up from a psy[...]

The Godfather Part 2 Back in Theaters

Cinemark Holdings Inc. is following up the successful presentation of Francis Ford Coppola’s restored version of his Academy Award-winning “The Godfather” with an exclusive, one-night only XD presentation of “The Godfather Part 2” on April 19. The “Coppola Restoration” of[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘New Year’s Eve’

— by ALEXA MILAN — A laundry list of big-name actors added up to a sub-par film in “Valentine’s Day,” but that isn’t stopping director Garry Marshall from having another go at a holiday-themed ensemble rom-com. “New Year’s Eve” takes the same for[...]

Under Review: ‘Limitless’

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — “Limitless” — which stars Bradley Cooper and Robert DeNiro — has been well received by audiences worldwide. It was No. 1 in its opening weekend. It’s understandable why the movie has done well, since it has a great cast, is fun and has a[...]

Six Clips from ‘Limitless’

— by ALEXA MILAN — What would happen if you could access 100 percent of your brain? You would become rich, powerful and the target of a bunch of ruthless killers, if the upcoming action thriller “Limitless” is any indication. Based on the novel “The Dark Fields” b[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Limitless’

— by AMANDA KOEHLER — I’m always excited to see movies that were filmed in my hometown of Philadelphia. And although that didn’t work out for me too well with the recent movie flop “How Do You Know,” parts of which were filmed in Philly, I hope “Limitless,&#[...]

Five Clips from ‘Little Fockers’

— by AMANDA KOEHLER — “Meet the Parents” and its sequel “Meet the Fockers” were obviously about the horrible but hilarious moments people have with their in-laws. But the movies are also about the power struggle between two family members, namely former CIA agent [...]

Under Review: ‘Stone’

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — Let’s face it; your boss is probably a jerk. But instead of complaining about it over some tea and crumpets, do something about it – viva la revolution! Now you could steal a page from any of our ancient ancestors and kill him or you could just blackmail him.[...]

Poster Peek: ‘Little Fockers’

— by CHRIS HYATT — This Christmas, “Little Fockers,” the third installment in the “Meet The Parents” series, arrives in theatres. As we all know, movie posters are designed to make good movies look epic and epic fail movies look good. Here are a few things you can[...]

Under Review: ‘Machete’

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — It took a sick imagination, critical acclaim for the film’s faux-trailer beginnings in “Grindhouse,” and time away from directing garbage such as “Shorts” for Robert Rodriguez to finally get off his butt and finally helm “Mache[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Little Fockers’

— by RACHEL COYNE — Just when you thought you were free from unnecessary movie sequels, they pull you back in! Hey, if the trailer for “Little Fockers” can rip off “The Godfather,” then so can I. I know I saw both “Meet the Parents” and “Meet the Fockers” at some point in[...]