Posts Tagged ‘“The Book of Eli”’

Under Review: ‘The Book of Eli’

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — Post-apocalyptic films commonly use a bleak representation of the world to illustrate a political message. Besides an occasional “Oh, God” blurted out by one of its leads, it’s rare for a director to look at a nuclear wasteland through a[...]

Eleven Clips from ‘The Book of Eli’

— by ROBERT DeFEIS — Those of you reading this have probably already seen the trailer and, if you have any doubts about this being a fantastic film, these clips should put any of those thoughts into hibernation and will most likely get you to the theater this Friday to see the film. I am[...]

Behind the Stunts in ‘The Book of Eli’

— by CAM SMITH — Thus far, the Hughes Brothers (Albert and Allen for the curious) are three-for-three in regards to their fictional film work — I’ve yet to see their “American Pimp” documentary — with “Menace 2 Society,” “Dead Presidents” and “From Hell” all[...]

Poster Peek: ‘The Book of Eli’

— by ALEXA MILAN — January is usually a pretty unexciting time for new movies, but hopefully the latest film from Albert and Allen Hughes will be an exception. “The Book of Eli” is set in a post-apocalyptic America, a bleak and violent society where the world as people once knew it[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘The Book of Eli’

— by ROB COX — The Hughes Brothers haven’t directed a movie since 2001’s “From Hell,” a film I liked a lot. Their latest release, “The Book of Eli,” stars Denzel Washington and Gary Oldman. I’ve never been a huge fan of Washington, though I’m usually game [...]