‘The Adjustment Bureau’ ultimately fails because it raises questions that it is not prepared to answer and it fails to raise the stakes enough to make me even care.
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March appears to have several promising titles. Some exist as the afforementioned ‘lingering remnants’ of last year, while others are original titles that have been interestingly chosen for an early release.
The Super Bowl offered previews for 15 upcoming films. Watch them all and vote for the one that sucked the least.
‘The Adjustment Bureau’, ‘Paul’, ‘Skyline’, and ‘Kids in America’ are among the films that are getting shifted release dates.
Here are 10 books that have been adapted into films that are being released this fall. All of them have Oscar potential. Which books will you be reading this summer?
Emily Blunt and Matt Damon star in George Nolfi’s science fiction romance.
Take these films off of my Summer 2010 most anticipated movies list.
The second trimester of the movie year (also known as “summer”) is almost upon us. Here are the films that I can’t wait to see.
The daily summation of the best from the movie web is back with today’s update – ‘The Adjustment Bureau’ gets pics, ‘Unthinkable’ gets a trailer, Cannes line-up is previewed.
2009 has overstayed its welcome and it’s time to get moving ahead into the new year. My first review of a 2010 film should be showing up next week. As the wrap up of 2009 films comes to an end it is time to look forward to what we can expect in 2010. Here are […]