|US Release Date||11/30/1965|
The most exciting scene yet in the series.
Zack Snyder's 'Man of Steel' left us with many burning questions, about Superman apparently being okay with killing, Kryptonian birthing habits, and other spoiler-y headscratchers.
Ding dong, everything is ruined. And we're ecstatic.
Recent events twist a funny comedy into something more.
We return to Emily's engagement party for the first time since the pilot.
This bloody L.A. showdown pitting rogue cop vs. dirty cops is nothing more than <em>Training Day</em> mashed with <em>Dark Blue</em>. It could be because David Ayer had a hand in writing all three streetwise tales of police corruption.
Don’t know where Bruges is? You’re not alone, per the running joke in acclaimed playwright Martin McDonagh’s fun and foulmouthed black comedy that will likely put Colin Farrell back in our good graces.
Mexico’s official entry for Best Foreign Language Film in 2004 finally gets a U.S theatrical release. This brutally honest and gripping film should not be missed, especially for the fine acting of young Carlos Padilla, though those squeamish about seeing 12-year-olds executed should probably stay away.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.