Happy Feet- a pleasure to watch but didnt quite live up to its hype
It seems as though the legacy Ian Fleming started over 40 years ago can and will never die
Women and Wine presents the movie A Good Year starring Russell Crowe
A common heros story with masterful, expert imagery- 300 is sure to wow moviegoers this upcoming spring
While stuck in traffic, Emmy-nominated writer-director Craig Serling and writing partner Nicole Lonner got an idea for a film. "Jam" was born a few years later, with recent LA debut at the Hollywood Film Festival
Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette: A Review
Rescue Dawn is an epic story of survival and rescue of an American fighter pilot during Vietnam
Open Season plays very much like a Looney Tunes cartoon with Bugs and Daffy trying to escape Elmer Fudd, although its hard to say if Boog or Elliot is Bugs or Daffy as their roles keep interchanging. While their nemesis, Shaw is an over-the-top hunter convinced that the animals are involved in a conspiracy to overthrow humans.
Steve Zaillian's adaptation emphasizes the timelessness of political corruption. Penn and the rest turn out solid performances through a sometimes-muddled plot
B movie acting with a taste of thrilling film-noir
Golden Star Shorts Fest hosts three winning short films hosted by Very Short Movies, "Cruel Logic", "The Day of the Grackle", and "That Night".
The violence is chilling but the rest of the movie left me cold
A Mighty Big Bummer...I see where this film was meant to go, but like the van that they drive to get there - this movie falls apart.
'Monster House' film review.
"Swedish Auto" is the sweet story of two kids who find that out of everything they're looking for, the most important thing is each other.
A split-screen device and an honest heart reveal a lost past between former lovers
Duane Stinnetts zombie gangster film offers two disasters for the price of one
A classic Adam Sandler film for everyone in the family!
Depending on what minority crowd you run with youll hear that the mutants in X-Men: The Last Stand are really a symbolic representation of either gays, race (pick any but Caucasian), women, transsexuals probably even pitbulls.
The full circle of adaptation: Los Angeles Times Festival of Books Event Proclaims UCLA/Westwood Village as Site for upcoming Los Angeles Film Festival