|Genres||War, Short Film|
|US Release Date||09/26/2008|
The most demented and awkward family Thanksgiving in pop culture history.
No, it's not about the band. Sorry.
Mandate to remake the big daddy of Korean cinema.
See what's happening on the second official day of the world's biggest pop culture fest!
A thrilling throwback: funny, frightening, and surprisingly affecting.
Project was considered 'too controversial' after 9-11
The Dark Knight (Warner Bros), which has generated an estimated $315M since opening 10 days ago, has provided a huge boost to the film industry.
“A real movie.” That’s the phrase that one of my industry sources used to describe Eagle Eye (Dreamworks/Paramount), which debuts this Friday at 3,500 or so locations and on more than 4,500 screens. The movie reunites Hollywood’s hottest young star, Shia LaBeouf, with his director from the surprise hit Disturbia, DJ Caruso, and industry tracking is pointing toward a spectacular opening.
<em>The Express</em> is a well-meaning inspirational football film--even if it seems like it comes directly out of some sort of Hollywood playbook for sports movies.
Shia LaBeouf 's re-teaming with D.J. Caruso on Eagle Eye (Dreamworks/Paramount) has scored even bigger. The new high-tech thriller got a huge Saturday boost of almost 26 percent, and Dreamworks now estimates a $29.2M 3-day.
These successful-in-the-buff stars prove the link between nudity and Oscar gold.
From the Pon Farr to zero-gravity lovemaking to whatever was happening in 'Barbarella'