January 22, 2009 8:56pm EST
Inkheart may be a tad Lord of the Rings-ish, but it’s still a whimsical, exciting and entertaining family flick.
January 07, 2009 4:07pm EST
The Coen brothers could be adding a third Writers Guild of America Award to their impressive trophy case next month if they can nab another for best original screenplay for Burn After Reading. The WGA, who announced their nominees today, presented Joel and Ethan Coen with best adapted screenplay last year for No Country for Old Men and best original screenplay in 1997 for Fargo.
December 11, 2008 8:52pm EST
The Day the Earth Stood Still is a totally uninvolving, completely unnecessary remake -- an idea that should have just stayed in the vault.
November 04, 2008 12:48pm EST
A group of young women, friends from junior high, are being stalked and killed, one by one - by an unknown assailant in a cherubic angel mask. But in this case, it's a necessary evil.
October 10, 2008 8:10am EST
Grim, gory, gooey--and a hugely effective bit of Hollywood hokum--Quarantine is a winner that will undoubtedly please horror fans this Halloween season.
October 05, 2008 4:52pm EST
Nobody does dog movies quite like Disney. The canine gold rush for Walt Disney Studios began in 1955 with the release of the animated Lady & the Tramp, which generated a $93.6M cume in three separate theatrical releases.
October 02, 2008 7:31am EST
There are five new wide releases this weekend along with an important expansion, but this three-day is certain to “go to the dogs.” Beverly Hills Chihuahua (Disney), is tracking through the roof, and it is a surefire box office winner.
September 21, 2008 9:51pm EST
The nominations are in! See which of your favorite shows got love from Emmy voters--and which didn't.
September 21, 2008 5:20pm EST
Samuel L. Jackson has opened at the top of the box office for a second time in 2008. His racially-charged, crooked-cop flick Lakeview Terrace (Sony) has opened at No. 1, as I first reported Friday night, with a $15.6M opening.
September 18, 2008 10:21pm EST
As Westerns go Appaloosa rides comfortably close to being a classic in the tradition of Unforgiven and 3:10 to Yuma. For fans of the genre, this is a masterful triumph for Ed Harris and a dynamite screen teaming with Viggo Mortensen.