Monday, October 17th
Monday Morning Review: ‘The Thing’ Is an Unoriginal Guilty Pleasure by John Gholson
Don’t Shoot! 8 Subjects Never to Record by Perri Nemiroff
License to Amuse: The Best Big-Screen Comedic Spies by Brian Salisbury
Dialogue: ‘Tree of Life’ Star Jessica Chastain Talks Being the Embodiment of Grace, Terrence Malick, and the Trajectory of Her Exploding Career by Todd Gilchrist
Dialogue: Kevin McNally Talks Being a ‘Pirates… Continue reading The Week in Movies.com Original Content: 34 Features, Interviews, and Reviews
Bridesmaids is no chick-flick….. It’s a comedy that hits new heights, as the Bridesmaids hit new lows! Renee chats to stars Kristen Wiig & Rose Burn and Director Paul Feig to find out what makes this hilarious comedy such a hit!
Video Rating: 5 / 5
Another work week has flown by, leaving behind 34 original columns, features and interviews here at Movies.com. No big deal.
Monday, July 25th
DVD Obscura: Puppets vs. Nazis in WWII-era London by Alonso Duralde.
The Avengers Countdown: Top 5 Comic-Con Announcements and More! by John Gholson.
Giveaway: Win Crazy, Stupid, Love Stuff by Movies.com
Our Favorite Speeches: Network by Monika Bartyzel.
Asian Film Monthly: Donnie Yen’s Chinese Dragon, Thai Bikinis, Ghouls
In anticipation of the July 29th release of Cowboys & Aliens, Universal is doing something pretty cool with the way they’re marketing the movie by staging interviews with cast and filmmakers, hosted by director Jon Favreau. The nice thing about having Favreau as a director is that he’s a one-man shop: He acts, directs, writes and plays a great host (fans of Dinner for Five already know… Continue reading Watch: The 'Cowboys & Aliens' Interviews - Harrison Ford, Steven Spielberg, Jon Favreau and More
June 23, 2011
This Friday, DisneyPixar invites you to head back to the incredible world created for their 2006 Cars. This time, though, the scenery is moving well beyond Radiator Springs, traveling across the globe from Tokyo to Paris to Italy to London with a cast that doesn’t just include old familiar faces like Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) and Tow Mater (Larry