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The Host

What if everything you love was taken from you in the blink of an eye? ‘The Host’ is the next epic love story from the creato… Read More

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Stephenie Meyer is best known for “Twilight” — that young adult vampire romance that became a best-selling book and film franchise – but her slightly lesser known sci-fi thriller (also a romance) “The Host” wasn’t even… Continue reading 'The Host' Review: 5 Things Every Parent Should Know

After premiering last week at the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas, “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone,” a high-concept magician movie starring Steve Carell and Jim Carrey, is now appearing (as if by magic!) nationwide. The story follows an aged performer (Carell) who ditches his partner (Steve Buscemi) and attempts to recapture his mojo while fending off the competition in the form of a swarthy “street magician” (Carrey) whose… Continue reading 'The Incredible Burt Wonderstone' Review: 10 Things You Should Know

This weekend, Disney adds a blockbuster prequel to the magical world of Oz adventure with “Oz the Great and Powerful.” Sam Raimi directs James Franco as the titular Oz, exploring how he became a giant, smoke-billowing head. Before he was the man behind the curtain that you were advised to pay no attention to, he was a two-bit carnival magician, conning audiences out of their money, and women out of… Continue reading 'Oz the Great and Powerful' Review: 10 Things You Should Know

Disconnect

A hard-working lawyer, attached to his cell phone, can’t find the time to communicate with his family. A couple is drawn into… Read More

What happens when a lawyer, a young couple, a widowed ex-cop, and an ambitious journalist all collide? That’s the question the upcoming thriller, “Disconnect” looks to answer.

From Oscar-nominated director Henry Alex Rubin, “Disconnect” explores the consequences of ordinary citizens connecting and… Continue reading 'Disconnect' Poster: Things Are Looking Up for Jason Bateman (EXCLUSIVE)

When they say, “They don’t make ‘em like that anymore,” this is what they’re talking about. “How the West Was Won,” released in America 50 years ago this week (on February 20, 1963) was probably the most ambitious western ever made, an epic saga spanning four generations, 50 years, two-and-a-half hours, five vignettes, three directors (well, actually four), the widest possible screen, and an enormous cast of A-listers, including James… Continue reading 'How the West Was Won': 25 Things You Didn't Know About the Classic Western