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Many of the people who go see “Jack Reacher” won’t be aware that Tom Cruise is way too short to play the title character (when the actor was cast in

chronicle blu ray Dialogue: Josh Trank on How the 90s and Having Nothing to Lose Influenced ChronicleChronicle is the type of movie that’s easy to pitch with just a handful of words: It’s a found footage superhero movie. But that nutshell sell does the movie a disservice. There’s more going on under Chronicle’s hood than just kids taping their newfound superpowers. Max Landis’ script is not only a fresh “with great power comes great responsibility” arc, but a strong coming of age… Continue reading Dialogue: Josh Trank on How the '90s and Having Nothing to Lose Influenced 'Chronicle'

Nothing Sacred

Subscribe ow.ly | Facebook ow.ly | Twitter ow.ly Plot: To redeem himself after a hoax, reporter Wallace Cook proposes a series of stories on doomed Hazel Flagg. Hazel discovers she really doesn’t have radium poisoning, but still accepts the big fling in New York that Cook offers her. At first, she has a great time, but complications arise when she and Wally fall… Continue reading Nothing Sacred

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Wondering what to see in theaters this weekend? Here’s a hint: something you didn’t see last weekend! Your (very limited) Weekend Movie Preview has arrived.

NATIONWIDE RELEASES

Take a picture of this weekend; it’s one of the rare ones when no wide releases hit theaters for your viewing pleasure. The good news is that there are plenty of holdovers for you to enjoy. ‘The Muppets‘ and ‘Breaking Dawn‘… Continue reading New Releases: 'Shame,' 'Answers to Nothing' and Many Holdovers

Review in a Hurry: When director Paul W.S. Anderson and Milla Jovovich try to get Resident Medieval, it’s all for nothing, nothing much for all. If you’re just looking for some elegant production design in subpar 3-D, it delivers that. But you can probably find a cheaper way… Continue reading Movie Review: The Three Musketeers Is All For Nothing, Nothing Much For All