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With a worldwide gross nearing $300 million after two weeks, Disney’s Oz: The Great and Powerful is proving potent at the box office.
The movie tracks CIA operative Maya, played by Jessica Chastain, as the woman who leads the manhunt for Osama bin Laden.
To think of Ben Affleck as a risk-taker is historically challenging. It isn’t as if we’ve forgotten his past collaborations in disappointments like Daredevil and Pearl Harbor, both of which earned him nominations for the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actor.
First, we must look at the most recent case of a successful female director at the Academy Awards.
The latest box office reports indicate that the domestic cume, or cumulative audience measuring the total number that unique customers have accrued for Resident Evil: Retribution is of $39 million.
In 2009, Quentin Tarantino’s witty dark humor and stylized bloodbaths in Inglourious Basterds managed to be enjoyable.
Spectacular visuals, a straightforward story line, and relentless gore, Dredd, to the discomfort of some, is surely to soak viewers in the claustrophobic setting while giving them a dose full of adrenaline.
Clint Eastwood and Robert Lorenz team up once more, leaving their more cynical tone to welcome an uplifting tone in sports-drama. Productions by Eastwood have been critically successful, and Trouble With The Curve is not going to be an exception, if only because of the American tradition that baseball is.
Set in a distant future, Mega-City One is a crime-ridden wasteland where a new drug called Slo-Mo is taking a hold of the population.
Thinking back, some earlier adaptations of comics to film like Superman in 1978 and Spawn in 1997 are remembered for their inefficient and unbelievable uses of special effects.
Girlfriend Boyfriend is not about rebellion and young love.
Shame stars Michael Fassbender as Brandon, a New Yorker with an obsessively ordered life that is tailored to satisfy his sexual needs.
In the documentary Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston, debuting director Whitney Sudler-Smith sets out to paint an intimate portrait of the iconic Roy Halston, one of America’s most recognized fashion designers, famous for creating Jackie Kennedy’s pillbox hat which she wore at her husband’s presidential inauguration.