|US Release Date||12/10/2013|
We look to some comedy experts for answers.
Gretchen Rossi gives us her version of fever.
Both the filmmaker and the author must share credit for Something Borrowed, but I have a feeling that in a few years neither party will want any.
<em>Benjamin Button</em> will inspire you, a technological marvel and visual triumph.
<em>The Tale of Despereaux</em> has the feel of a timeless classic. It is a brave and beautiful, heartfelt, lively story that ranks with the best of animated films.
You can’t help but be swept up in this eye-popping visual feast that deserves its comparisons to great movies such as <em>Gone With the Wind</em> and <em>Out of Africa</em>.
Will Smith and a great cast are unfortunately not enough to make <em>Hancock</em> anything more than a soaring disappointment in this summer’s superhero movie sweepstakes.
Like <em>Babel</em><em> </em>or <em>Crash</em>, <em>The Air I Breathe</em> comes together with clever precision and crosses all sorts of cultural boundaries.
God save Cate Blanchett. Without her performance, this second history lesson on Elizabeth I’s reign would be a little dry.
I guess if you were a fan of the TV show, this foolhardy Dukes of Hazzard upgrade may appeal to your baser senses. Or it could just remind you how ridiculous it was the show ran for six seasons in the first place.
|David Katznelson||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.