|US Release Date||12/11/2013|
Ben Stiller directs his finest film yet with this fantastical romantic escapade.
Oscar Isaac gives a special, grounded performance in the Coen Brothers' magical folk singing New York City in 'Inside Llewyn Davis'
The Smurfs delivers a surprising amount of heart and comedy in its tiny, blue package.
This high-octane spy thriller may be preposterous (brainwashed Commie orphans?!?), but it's also preposterously entertaining.
Rather than re-creating something new, the grim <em>Grudge 2</em> goes to the excess--scare tactics for scare tactics' sake, with little of the original’s dark and terrible mystery.
Rollerball is slightly entertaining, if you don't stop and think about it too much. Otherwise, you'll realize how silly it actually is.
|Samuel Garrick||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000002|
|Bobby Webster||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.