Check out ‘I Am Love’ and ‘The American’ for their visuals, ‘Exit Through the Gift Shop’ is the real winner though.
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Another attempt to tap in to 1980s nostalgia will try to draw in movie-goers this weekend with the release of Oliver Stone’s sequel to ‘Wall Street.’
George Clooney was subdued and calculating in ‘The American’. This guy is cheerful and passive aggressive in ‘The Canadian’.
After a few dud weekends in a row the Box Office is ready to light back up again with with four new films getting wide releases and several limited releases that should gain some traction.
Between the NFL season opener, Toronto Film Festival coverage, and the fact that the weather was gorgeous in much of the country, Americans had plenty of reasons to avoid the cinema this weekend.
September is notorious for its quiet weekends at the Box Office, which was demonstrated last week with Labor Day weekend’s smallest overall gross of the year.
Donâ€™t see ‘The American’ if youâ€™re in the mood for a taut action-thriller; see it if you want to be challenged to look at the hit man movie genre a little deeper.
The Friday through Sunday total for the top 12 movies was the lowest it has been all year for the traditionally slow Labor Day weekend.
The second trimester (aka Summer blockbuster season) is quickly waning and we turn our attention to the part of the year that we really care about: Oscar season.
Google to start streaming movies, ‘American’ is European, trailer for ‘Beautiful Boy’…
‘Extremely Loud’ could be a 2012 Oscar contender, new images from ‘The American’, trailer for ‘Inside Job’…
Alan Bacchus says the film probably won’t play well for mainstream audiences, but is a smart and subtle thriller.
World Soundtrack Awards, ‘Animal Kingdom’ gets love, Inside ‘The American’ coffee table book, trailer for ‘The Winning Season’…
‘Toy Story 3′ 2D vs. 3D, Leo to play Hoover, ‘Cyrus’ gets positive review, ‘The Cove’ playing online in Japan, ‘The American’ gets a retro poster, there is apparently another ‘Chronicles of Narnia’ movie coming.
There is no context for valid Oscar predictions this early in the season so here are my no guts, no glory predictions for Best Picture 2011.
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?
Reboots, Vaughn takes on ‘X-Men: First Class’, ‘MacGruber’ is loved, creepy new Azaria as Gargamel photo, ‘The American’ gets a trailer.