Posts Tagged ‘Robert Duvall’

Review: Jack Reacher

— by ADAM DALE — While Tom Cruise has been a staple in the action genre for years, the aging star recently seemed to be slowing down his involvement in high intensity physical roles. However, if last year’s hit “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol” proved anything, it’s that the 5[...]

Trailer: Jack Reacher

— by JESSIKA OWENS — Bullets are scary. Six bullets are scarier. Even scarier, five people dying from those bullets which were fired by a military sniper. In the upcoming film “Jack Reacher,” this is precisely the core plot point. It isn’t an entirely original jumping off s[...]

The Godfather Headed Back to Theaters

Cinemark Holdings, Inc. is partnering with Paramount Pictures to offer movie-goers the opportunity to see Francis Ford Coppola’s restored version of his Academy Award-winning film, “The Godfather,” on 55 Cinemark XD auditoriums across the country on March 1. The film was[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Get Low’

— by ALEXA MILAN — People attend all kinds of parties in their lives – proms, graduation parties, weddings, baby showers. But attending your own funeral party is decidedly not the norm, unless of course you’re Felix Bush (Robert Duvall) in “Get Low.” Felix is a he[...]

Go On ‘The Road’ With This Featurette

— by JASON EAKEN — I read Cormac McCarthy’s “The Road” in about two days this past summer. The writing is immediate and stark, and it has a very terse quality that really worked. I’m eager to see the movie, due in large part to director John Hillcoat (2006’s[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Crazy Heart’

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — I like Jeff Bridges. He was one of the reasons that I enjoyed “The Men Who Stare at Goats.” What reaction did I get when I first watched the trailer to “Crazy Heart”? Pure delight. The outstanding actor’s filmography[...]

Poster Peek: ‘The Road’

— by CHAS BLANKENSHIP — With the holidays comes more than good food, crisp weather and obnoxious family … apparently we also get global devastation, too! Feast your eyes on “The Road,” John Hillcoat’s adaptation of Comrac McCarty’s Pulitzer Prize-winning[...]

Poster Peek: ‘Get Low’

— by ALEXA MILAN — Sony Pictures Classics recently scooped up the rights to “Get Low,” the debut feature-length film from director Aaron Schneider. Schneider won an Oscar for his 2003 short “Two Soldiers,” and in the coming months we’ll see if the Toronto International[...]