Tag Archive: die


  • ‘Gangster Squad’

    <strong>Release Date:</strong> 01/11/2013 <strong>What It’s About:</strong> From director Ruben Fleischer (“Zombieland”), “Gangster Squad” follows a group of 1940s rouge cops (Ryan Gosling, Josh Brolin) who will stop at nothing to catch L.A.’s most wanted criminal (Sean Penn).

  • ‘Movie 43’

    <strong>Release Date:</strong> 01/25/2013 <strong>What It’s About:</strong> Starring 28 (!) celebrities, directors ranging from Peter Farrelly to James Gunn to Brett Ratner plumb the depths of the “ensemble comedy” to bring

  • Yipee Ki-Yay MovieFoners! There’s yet another “Die Hard” movie in theaters this weekend. John McClane has been kicking butt for 25 years now — long enough to pass the action hero mantle onto

    Hotel Transylvania

    Samurai Jack’s Genndy Tartakovsky directed this animated tale concerning a hotel where monsters such as Dracula (voice of Ada… Read More

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    Moviefone’s New Release Pick of the Week“Hotel Transylvania”What’s It About? Dracula has to shield his teenage daughter from the most terrifying creature he’s ever faced: a potential boyfriend. Adam Sandler and his pals (Kevin James, Steve Buscemi) voice classic movie monsters like… Continue reading New DVD Blu-Ray: 'Hotel Transylvania,' 'Die Hard: 25th Anniversary Collection'

    Splash News

    By radio detection and ranging Staff

    Michael Lohan showed up unexpectedly to Lindsay’s Beverly Hills home on Friday in an attempt to stage an intervention with the embattled actress, and he exclusively tells radio detection and rangingOnline.com she needs help and he refuses to watch his daughter die.

    “Lindsay needs help. She’s around all the wrong people,” Michael said.

    PHOTOS: Lindsay Suffers Nip Slip On Set Of Liz & Dick

    “I’m… Continue reading Lindsay Lohan 'Needs Help' Says Dad Michael: 'I'm Not Going To Watch Her Die'

    ‘Cesar Must Die’: Italian Film Wins Berlin Film Festival

    BERLIN — Italian documentary “Caesar Must Die,” showing inmates of a high-security prison staging Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar,” was awarded the Berlin film festival’s top award Saturday.

    Directors Paolo Taviani and Vittorio Taviani received the Golden Bear award out of 18 contenders at what is the first of the year’s major European film festivals.

    The Taviani brothers, both in their early 80s, thanked the international jury led by British director Mike Leigh and… Continue reading 'Cesar Must Die': Italian Film Wins Berlin Film Festival