Claustrophobic thrillers such as Wait Until Dark and Repulsion feature actresses at the top of their game, and Short Term 12 star Brie Larson may have found such a gem with Room. Premiering at the Toronto Film Festival, Room centers on 5-year-old Jack (Jacob Temblay) and his loving mom (Larson) who have been confined in [...]
Marielle Heller makes her directorial debut in The Diary of a Teenage Girl, a 1970s, set coming of age drama that features a star turn from relative newcomer Bel Powley. Based on Phoebe Gloeckner’s novel of the same name, the story is centers on Minnie Goetze (Powley) a teen who falls in lust and love [...]
The Duke of Burgundy, a surreal thriller which is inspired by European art house cinema and carries its share of Gothic undertones, hits Blu-ray and DVD September 29 via Shout! Factory. Directed by Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio), the narrative centers on Cynthia (Sidse Babett Knudsen), a butterfly researcher who enters a sadomasochistic affair with [...]
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 trailer is now upon us, and since the first two films have amassed over $2.2 million internationally, is a trailer even needed? Coming out November 20 and directed by Francis Lawrence, the feature should break its share of records as the concluding chapter of the franchise.
With Panem [...]
Mexico City and Rome are the backdrops for the latest James Bond (Daniel Craig) feature Spectre, and this time out he reunites with Mr. White (Jesper Christensen), the deadly Quantum operative who, considering Bond’s latest adversary Franz Oberhauser (Oscar winner Christoph Waltz), may be a pawn in a much bigger game.
Quantum, as the latest trailer [...]
The melancholic yet unabashedly romantic drama 5 to 7 (R, 97 minutes), headlined by Anton Yelchin (Star Trek, Only Lovers Left Alive) and Bérénice Marlohe) hits DVD come August 18 via IFC Entertainment.
The picture, which marks the film directing debut of producer Victor Levin (Mad About You, Mad Men), centers on Brian (Yelchin), a [...]
Pierce Brosnan’s trademark charm is on display in the trailer for Some Kind of Beautiful. The storyline centers on Richard (Brosnan), a college professor and seemingly eternal bachelor who must settle down after his much younger girlfriend Kate (Jessica Alba) gets pregnant. Several years later Richard is a domesticated man in Los Angeles, but find [...]
Although the D.C. universe has been painted with the assured visual imagination of directors Zack Snyder (Man of Steel, upcoming Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice) and Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight trilogy), a new filmmaker is stepping out of the shadows. David Ayer, who directed last year’s underrated war feature Fury, is the man [...]
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Although it started off with a bang during its first season, Heroes sustained its share of creative ebbs [...]
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The new trailer for Bridge of Spies has been released, and the film is the latest collaboration between Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg. The pair [...]