|Genres||Drama, Romance, Short Film|
|US Release Date||12/16/2005|
The 'Inception' star signs on as the film's production begins.
Oscar-winner John Myhre has been named the production designer for the 84th Academy Awards. It's the first time Myhre has served as production designer for the Oscars. He won gold in the Art Direction category for Chicago and Memoirs of a Geisha.
<em>The Jane Austen Book Club</em> is definitely chick lit-turned-chick flick, but an engaging script and winning performances elevate it from its cheesy TV movie-of-the-week potential.
Danny Boyle’s attempt at a genre-defying, profundity-spewing <em>Space Odyssey</em> crusher comes up a little short, but it does evoke the perplexity such an ambitious movie would hope to.
Shedding the confines of the original 1990s live-action versions, the new <em>TMNT</em> runs free with crisp, malleable animation and kick-ass action. Franchise fans young and old should be duly entertained.
The Dixie Chicks stunned America at the Grammy Awards Sunday night by claiming five big prizes, including Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year.
<em>The Painted Veil</em> is a lushly photographed, costume-drama actor's piece, soggy in the second half from melodrama. It tries to unmask misguided attraction between two lovers in 1920's China, but it unravels under its own conceits.
Tom Cruise has hired the same Hollywood event production company that planned the fairytale nuptials of Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston to coordinate his upcoming wedding to Katie Holmes.
Hollywood actor Colin Farrell has been caught romancing his Miami Vice co-star Gong Li at the movie’s intimate post-premiere party.
Gone are the pastels, the pet alligator—even Phil Collins—from this dark, gritty modern-day version of the ‘80s TV show. Unfortunately, gone too is some of that fresh style that made the show unique, leaving us with just another dark, gritty crime drama.
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