We’re entering the final week of the New York Film Festival, and as such, the big centerpiece film has been unveiled: the world premiere of Paul Thomas Anderson’s sprawling comic crime saga “Inherent Vice.” As far as premieres go, this is one of the more hotly anticipated ones — the movie doesn’t open until December and besides a handful of stills and a… Continue reading 'Inherent Vice' NYFF Review: 10 Things You Should Know About Paul Thomas Anderson's New Movie
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“The Giver” is the latest dystopian thriller to follow an attractive teen who must fight against the totalitarian authority of misguided adults. And if that sounds like every other post-apocalyptic young adult film ever, keep in mind that at least “The Giver” came out a decade or two before such recent YA offerings as “The Hunger Games” and… Continue reading 'The Giver' Review: 10 Things You Need to Know About the Dystopian Thriller
It’s no secret that there’s a lot going on in San Diego right now at Comic-Con International. Even though there’s only been one full day so far, it’s easy for some interesting stuff to get overlooked amid all of the big movie news, previews, interviews and surprises coming out of the show.
Here are some cool stories you might have missed from Day One of Comic-Con:
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This weekend, two of the year’s very best movies are hitting theaters. One is Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood,” a sensitive, down-to-earth drama that took twelve years to film; the other is “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,” a 3D studio extravaganza that features a whole platoon of anthropomorphic apes. Still, they’re both very much worth watching, both examples of the seemingly… Continue reading 'Apehood' Is a 'Boyhood'/'Apes' Mashup Guaranteed to Make You Feel Things (VIDEO)