Reviews and Editorials
‘Amour’ Review: Death Is Beautiful In Michael Haneke’s New Masterpiece by David Ehrlich
The Best Villains of Fantastic Fest: From Ma-Ma to the ABCs by John Gholson
Are New Blu-rays of ‘Wall Street,’ ‘The French Connection’ and ‘Halloween II’ Worth the Double Dip? by Robert B. DeSalvo
Everything I Know About the World I Learned from Fantastic Fest by Jacob S. Hall
New Video on Demand: Download ‘Madagascar 3′ and ‘Moonrise… Continue reading Best of the Week: 'Frankenweenie' Everywhere, Lois Lane's History and Plenty More
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” fans are still waiting to find out if (or hopefully when) the show will return for season nine, but Larry David is already hard at work on the next best thing: a feature length movie for HBO titled “Clear History.” And he’s recruited quite the cast.
Along with previously announced Jon Hamm and Michael Keaton, “History” will co-star Kate Hudson, Eva Mendes, Bill… Continue reading Larry David's 'Clear History' adds Jon Hamm, Kate Hudson, Eva Mendes, Bill Hader, Danny McBride to cast
Who knew a movie aimed directly at children could be such a huge box-office bust? Unfortunately, that’s the situation “The Oogieloves and the Big Balloon Adventure” finds itself in after hitting theaters this week.
Opening in 1,500 cinemas on Wednesday, “Oogieloves” ended up taking in an unbelievably horrid $ 60,000 in ticket sales, this according to ERC Box Office. That puts the per-theater average take for the movie at a miserable… Continue reading 'Oogieloves' Box Office Take Could Be Worst In Movie History
Let the games begin! With the best athletes in the world competing for the Gold this week in London, it’s time to turn our attention to something that hasn’t even been invented yet: Movie Olympics! Here, Moviefone puts together some of your favorite characters going head-to-head in Olympic events.
First up is archery. While audiences have seen some serious bow-slinging in film this year — Katniss Everdeen, Hawkeye — there are… Continue reading Olympics 2012: Who's The Best Archer In Movie History?
This is Andy Smith’s favorite part, when he slips in through the top of the Tumbler — the Batmobile used in Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy — and fires up the engine. The Tumbler lets out a roar, the floor shakes and the cockpit begins to smell like the inside of a lawnmower. A slight, confident smirk slips across his face that seems to say, Yeah, I am sitting in the