|US Release Date||11/30/1935|
'Under the Dome' is only the start.
Walter White has a showdown with Hank in the 'Breaking Bad' season premiere, 'Blood Money,' while Jesse overhears an epic 'Star Trek' discussion between Skinny Pete and Badger.
A great critic stands by his opinions. Ebert was one of the greatest.
Ramona won't fight fair.
Spielberg's colt classic is full of heart and thrills—but only canters between both.
What happens in Vegas should stay in Vegas when poker player Eric Bana and singer Drew Barrymore hook up. But the friction between estranged son Bana and father Robert Duvall almost makes this trip to Sin City somewhat pleasing.
After the success of "The Shawshank Redemption," an adaptation of the Stephen King story set in a prison that received seven Academy Award nominations in 1994, writer-director Frank Darabont was poised to become the next big thing. But the vagaries of Hollywood took over and, over the course of five years, he reportedly made uncredited contributions to the "Star Wars" prequels and the Omaha Beach opening sequences of "Saving Private Ryan." When he did find that elusive follow-up project, it wa
|H.G. Wells||From Story||n/a||120870||4000002|
|Robert Krasker||Camera Operator||n/a||239||6000001|
|William Hornbeck||Executive Editor||editor supervisor||120931||7000001|
|Vincent Korda||Set Designer||n/a||202||9000001|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.