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Brief reviews of three very different movies.
Justin ranks all thirteen of the $1 billion grossers from worst to best.
A slow week this first Tuesday of the month, but there are some older, smaller gems peppered through this week’s releases.
This week’s releases include one movie box-set to rule them all…
‘Prometheus’ provides an immersive visceral experience and enough ideas to spur more post-cinema conversation than the average summer thriller.
James Cameron’s ultra-popular love story is as cheesy as it’s ever been. But it’s proven to be the kind of cheese that actually ages splendidly.
Ignore ‘The Green Hornet,’ ‘Gnomeo and Juliet,’ ‘The Dilemma,’ and ‘No Strings Attached.’ Check out the titles listed above!
Her career basically began with a big splash, whose ripples are still present as the ‘Alien’ franchise continues and Weaver’s own career still thrives on the basis of that performance.
More delay for Netflix, ‘Superman’ gets panned, ‘Tree of Life’ poster, ‘Burlesque’ clip…
Del Toro and Cameron do Lovecraft, ‘Tillman Story’ review, ‘Yogi Bear’ poster, Comic-Con ‘Thor’ footage…
Behind the scenes of ‘Inception’, James Cameron to save the Gulf, new ‘Watch Instantly’ on Netflix, badass ‘Coriolanus’ photos.
Pros and Cons of IMDb Top 250, Tribeca judges announced, James Cameron dons face paint, ‘The Kids Are All Right’ gets a trailer…
James Cameron’s Avatar became the highest worldwide grossing film of all-time earlier this week and it further distances itself from the pack with a $30 million haul this weekend. This brings its total worldwide gross to $2.04 billion, the first film ever to break $2 billion. Avatar is now just shy of Titanic‘s $600 million+ […]
Kathryn Bigelow The Hurt Locker James Cameron Avatar Lee Daniels Precious Jason Reitman Up in the Air Quentin Tarantino Inglourious Basterds The Directors Guild of America nominations have been announced and the five nominees nearly mirror my Best Director Oscar predictions. With the love that Inglourious Basterds has been receiving this precursor season, it is […]
Grade: A- After seeing James Cameronâ€™s newest sci-fi adventure film Avatar over the weekend, I did my normal critic thing and started outlining my review. I noticed that I was pointing out all of these flaws in the film that made me look like I didnâ€™t enjoy it. I had to erase everything that I […]
The embargoes have been broken and the first reviews of James Cameron’s much anticipated film Avatar have come in this evening from the two big Hollwood trades. Thanks to reader G1000 for pointing out that Variety‘s Todd McCarthy and The Hollywood Reporter‘s Kirk Honeycutt both posting reviews on the much anticipated film. Word on the […]
A couple of days ago Jeffery Wells of Hollywood Elsewhere posted a blurb from the upcoming James Cameron biography that talks about Cameron’s nerves when it came to Titanic. It recalls the colorful director’s attitude on the day of the test screening: That day he was terrified. His reputation, Fox and Paramount’s money, peoples’ jobs […]
I reserved my Avatar tickets on Monday. On Tuesday Brett Favre announced he would be playing for the Vikings. The Avatar screening and Brett Favre’s premiere in a Viking’s jersey were at the exact same time, so I had to make a choice. I chose the chance to watch Favre suck in purple. I’m a […]
A film that I feel safe to say is the most anticipated film of the year got its trailer premiere today. Our first glimpse of James Cameron’s Avatar is available on Trailer Addict. Watch the video above, discussion after the jump.