Posts Tagged ‘Sandra Bullock’

Review: Gravity

— by ADAM DALE — “Gravity” opens with a 20-minute single shot that is just the beginning of what is one of the most beautiful, majestic and moving films I have ever seen. This behemoth of a project has been a passion project of writer-director Alfonso Cuarón’s for years and I’m [...]

Gravity: A Pair of Extended Clips

— by ADAM POYNTER — Warner Bros. Pictures is not fooling around when it comes to the promotion of the upcoming space thriller “Gravity.” Hot on the heels of the release of the two-minute clip/trailer, “Detached,” we have been given even further insight into this crazy action thri[...]

Review: The Heat

— by JESSIKA OWENS — Do you know what really irks me? When you see a trailer for a movie and literally all the funny parts are in the trailer. Lucky for all involved, this is not the case with “The Heat.” If ever a movie had high expectations from me, it was this one. [&helli[...]

The Heat: International Trailer

— by ADAM POYNTER — Director Paul Feig is still riding high on the success of his 2011 breakout comedy hit “Bridesmaids” – a film that not only cemented his place in the comedy realm, but also helped catapult one of its stars into super stardom. Yes, I’m talking about Melissa McC[...]

‘The Thin Man’ Remake Has a Director, Still Needs a Nora

— by SEAN GERSKI — At this point, it’s completely to superfluous to complain about Hollywood rebooting and remaking movies. It’s going to happen and there’s not much we can do about it (even avoiding most of them doesn’t seem to do the trick). But with movies like[...]

Cameras Roll on ‘Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close’

Principal photography is underway on Warner Bros. Pictures’ feature film adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer’s acclaimed novel “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close.” The film stars Sandra Bullock and Tom Hanks, and is being directed by Stephen Daldry (“The[...]

2010 Academy Awards Ceremony Relatively Free of Surprises

— by ALEXA MILAN — Every Oscar ceremony usually has its share of snubs and surprises. “Crash” wins best picture in a huge upset. Alan Arkin unexpectedly beats Eddie Murphy after Murphy took home virtually every other supporting actor award. Bjork shows up wearing a dress that[...]

‘Basterds’ Earn Top Award at SAG Ceremony

— by SEAN GERSKI — While I have yet to see every movie released in 2009, I saw more than my fair share. And looking back, my feeling is that Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds” was the best movie released last year. How well the movie does when Oscar time arrives[...]

And the Golden Globe Winners Are …

— by RACHEL COYNE — The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards aired last night, and frankly, they were kind of dull. There were a handful of good quips from host Ricky Gervais, plenty of slams on NBC and pleas to assist Haiti, and a lot of awkward reciting from the teleprompter. Some of the[...]

67th Annual Golden Globe Nominations Announced

— by RACHEL COYNE — The nominations for the 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards were announced this morning, and as it is every year, the nominees were a mix of sure things, surprises and WTF moments: Sure Thing: Clint Eastwood gets a Best Director nod for “Invictus.” Look for another[...]

Eight Clips From ‘The Blind Side’

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — Sandra Bullock was my favorite starlette for many years; yet, I miss her playing characters like the ones she did in “Speed,” “Demolition Man,” “While You Where Sleeping” and even “Love Potion No. 9.” She has done other[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘The Blind Side’

— by SEAN GERSKI — During the 2009 National Football League, there was a fair amount of talk about prospect Michael Oher. The offensive lineman’s story was one that was perfectly-suited for Hollywood — and here, in fact, is that movie. Written and directed by[...]

Under Review: ‘The Proposal’

— by JON MARTINCIC — I recently decided to visit one of the cheaper movie theaters in my area to spend my Friday evening. My options were very limited. It came down to a movie I had already seen a couple weeks before or “The Proposal.” Just picture a guy of college age going in[...]