|US Release Date||11/30/1934|
The film tries to cram Keanu Reeves into a story that doesn't need him.
Nicolas Cage is in talks to team up with Terry Zwigoff and Ed Pressman for 'Lost Melody.'
But really, it doesn't begin to scratch the surface of "bad."
How many time travel/vampire/superhero/apocalypse movies can we take?!
'Dark Knight Rises,' 'Breaking Bad,' Guy Fieri, and more!
The right amount of scares for all ages.
A suggestion to shake up the series, not stir it.
Joffrey and Melisandre show us what they're made of. It's weird.
A stylish, sharp fairy tale with a rare (and welcome) lack of cynicism.
A rousing comedy packed with equal amounts of laughs and thrills.
|Robert N Bradbury||Director||n/a||2||2000001|
|Robert N Bradbury||Screenplay||n/a||120778||4000001|
|Robert N Bradbury||From Story||n/a||120870||4000002|
|Archie Stout||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.