|US Release Date||11/23/2007|
An aimless, sensory overload that delivers more misses than hits.
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Today marked a sunny day for the Dark Knight. Also for a guy who grows younger ans he gets older. The Producers Guild of America has announced its nominations for best movies, documentaries and TV shows.
More self-consciously revolutionary than it really is, <em>Chicago 10</em> is self-promotion meets social activism.
<em>Stardust</em> is so witty, enchanting and romantic, it’s destined to become <em>The Princess Bride</em> of the Harry Potter generation.
<em>Miss Potter</em> vividly paints the picture of an inspirational woman who created lovely childhood memories of bedtime stories about naughty little rabbits.
For the guys, this movie may be just as painful as going shoe shopping with a lady friend. Yet, it's refreshing to see Shirley MacLaine still has a bit of Irma la Douce left in her. Maybe she could keep the cast at her retirement community and do Cocoon: The Next Generation.
Oliver Stone has delivered the quintessential Hollywood version of Alexander. Action, sex, treachery, conspiracy, the film puts the "pick" in "epic."
Forecast says lows in the first half clearing away for scattered thrills.
|Mindy Farabee||Associate Producer||n/a||171||3000003|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.