Posts Tagged ‘Val Kilmer’

Top Gun to be Released in IMAX 3D

“Top Gun,” Paramount Pictures’ 1986 classic from director Tony Scott, producers Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer, will take off on a new adventure with an exclusive six-day 3D engagement in select IMAX theatres beginning Feb. 8, 2013. The film has been re-mastered for the IMAX 3D release and [...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Twixt’

— by ADAM POYNTER — Francis Ford Coppola is getting ready to release his first horror film since 1992’s “Dracula” and he decided the first look at his new film “Twixt” would be at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. This was his first appearance at Comic-Con in the past few deca[...]

Under Review: ‘Blood Out’

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — First-time director Jason Hewitt brings to the small screen a revenge crime drama reminiscent of “Training Day” with “Blood Out,” which Lionsgate released yesterday. “Blood Out” is the tale of a man seeking retribution for the murder [...]

An Exclusive Interview With Writer-Director-Producer Jason Hewitt

— by AMANDA KOEHLER — As a kid, Jason Hewitt had big dreams of making it in the movies. But before hitting it big in Hollywood, Hewitt, born and raised in Louisiana, decided to try a more attainable career in the technology industry. In 1994, Hewitt, now 37, founded a Web site creation a[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Blood Out’

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — Shortly after I wrote about the clips for the movie “Gun” starring 50 Cent and Val Kilmer, I bump into yet another upcoming collaboration by both stars titled “Blood Out.” Actually, after researching the plot and watching the trailer (below), I find I am more[...]

Five Clips from ‘Gun’

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — The clips below are for the movie “Gun,” starring Val Kilmer, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson (also a producer) and AnnaLynne McCord. I tried to find an official description for it, but there isn’t one available yet, but I did find this brief description: [...]

Under Review: ‘MacGruber’

— by ROB COX — “MacGruber” is a sobering reminder of one of my own basic tenets for reviewing film: an “upper decker” [joke] in the trailer does not a classic comedy make. Sometimes, as with the “MacGruber” trailer, I forget that sage guideline and find myself all a-flutter o[...]

Three Red-Band Clips from ‘MacGruber’

— by ALLISON HIGGINBOTHAM — “Saturday Night Live” has experimented a few times with bringing re-occurring sketches to the big screen and has experienced varying levels of success with them. Their latest addition, “MacGruber” (based off sketches that parody “MacGyver[...]

‘Batman Forever’ (1995)

— by CHAS BLANKENSHIP — Conflicted by his thirst for justice and desire for happiness, Bruce Wayne finds redemption in orphaned acrobat Dick Grayson. Taking the boy in, the caped crusader forms an alliance with Robin the Boy Wonder…just in time to tackle the dual threat[...]

Poster Peek: ‘MacGruber’

— by ROB COX — With few exceptions, “Saturday Night Live” skits don’t translate well to the big screen. The biggest reason for that, I think, is the short, almost-gimmicky nature of the average SNL skit. SNL writers, generally speaking, probably don’t consider later adapt[...]

Under Review: ‘Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans’

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — Making a film like “Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans” requires a fearless determination, and luckily, director Werner Herzog has just that. His unorthodox portrayal of brilliance is presented in the lead character, Terrence McDonagh[...]

Two Scenes From ‘Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans’

— by CAM SMITH — “Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans” has been at the very top of my must-see list for months now — above even film-geek cinematic altars of worship like Cameron’s “Avatar” and Peter Jackson’s “The Lovely Bones.” After that[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Hardwired’

— by SEAN GERSKI — In talking about “Wrong Turn at Tahoe” a few days ago, we mentioned how things weren’t going too well for past Oscar winner Cuba Gooding Jr.’s career. Well, somehow, things look even worse after seeing the trailer for “Hardwired.” I [...]