|US Release Date||11/30/1942|
Joyless, brainless, and altogether boring.
The Things They Say:
The funny lady makes everything better.
A cross-genre cinematic staple.
Yeezus brings up his fiancee quite a bit in song.
Taylor Swift hit the road with model pal Karlie Kloss for an adventurous trip up the California coast.
Justin Timberlake commemorated his return to the venue where his former group 'N Sync last performed together by dedicating one of their songs to bandmate Chris Kirkpatrick, who was in the audience to support his pal.
Movies with subtitles that anyone can enjoy.
I think we've found the true star of this movie.
Yoko Ono has penned an open letter to English rock band Elbow praising them for using her name in their song New York Morning.
|Warren Duff||Writer (adaptation)||adaptation||120896||4000002|
|Robert Lees||From Story||n/a||120870||4000003|
|item 3991745||From Story||n/a||120870||4000004|
|Hans Dreier||Art Director||art direction||183||9000001|
Interviews with the cast of "Kate & Leopold." Meg Ryan, who stars in the romantic comedy Kate & Leopold, talks to Hollywood.com about love and why it never seems to comes at the right time--or with the right guys. Hugh Jackman, meanwhile, reveals his thoughts on working on an old-fashioned loved story.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.