Posts Tagged ‘Wes Bentley’

Review: The Time Being

— by RON WILKINSON — In one of the most atmospheric films to come out of California in some time, debut director Nenad Cicin-Sain helms a screenplay by himself and Richard N. Gladstein in the film “The Time Being.” A film ostensibly about painters and painting, the story is more abou[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘The Hunger Games’

— by CHERRY BELL DAMASCO-FARRINGTON — With the final installment of the “Harry Potter” series already out on DVD and “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2” hitting theaters in November, Lionsgate is looking to make a splash with its own franchise by adapting Su[...]

Under Review: ‘There Be Dragons’

— by LYNN TACKITT — I have gone to movies that have bored me to tears but I refuse to leave because of how much the ticket cost. Then there are movies that while they didn’t move along at a fast pace, I ended up liking them more on the drive home when I thought […][...]

Three Clips from ‘There Be Dragons’

— by LYNN TACKITT — “There Be Dragons” is based on true events. Written and directed by Roland Joffé, it tells a story of two men who start on a path together but go off in very different directions. The story unfolds as a reporter Robert Torres (Dougray Scott) researches Jo[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘There Be Dragons’

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — If you watch the teaser and trailer for “There Be Dragons,” without knowing it’s partially based on a true story, you would probably find yourself thinking it was a mix between “The Rite” and “The Davinci Code.” It has simila[...]

Under Review: ‘Jonah Hex’

— by ADAM POYNTER — I will start my review by stating the most obvious point: this film is only 80 minutes long. At only 1 hour and 20 minutes, everything in the film was rushed and nothing delved into deeper because of a lack of time. Due to that fact, I’ll try to make […][...]

Under Review: ‘Dolan’s Cadillac’

— by ROB COX — If you have read Stephen King’s short story upon which this 2010 straight-to-video release is based, this film is probably best avoided. Your time might be better spent, in fact, rereading the King story or listening to the audio version — splendidly narrated by Rob Lo[...]