Based on the look of this film, it would be no surprise to learn how difficult it was to make The Lost City of Z. I’m not speaking just to the shots of a wooden raft traveling down the Amazon River. No, it’s the look on the faces of these actors, which displays more than what […]
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Indie flicks all but dominate the amount of studio fare this week (and mostly every other week too!), so film fans have continual opportunity to get their film fix on. Below is just a fraction of the myriad of releases out now that cover the gamut of subjects and genres for the ardent cinefile to […]
Leave it to director David Cronenberg (The Fly, A History of Violence) to spend decades making studio films outside of Hollywood, only to finally shoot a film in Hollywood that looks to take it down. Of course, it would help if this acerbic, satirical take on Hollywood culture was a little more attuned to the […]
We’re all older. We’re all wiser. It’s been a couple years removed from the Twilight craze. We can all now agree that Jacob was the wiser choice. Let’s be honest – Bella made a mistake marrying Edward. One can only arrive at that conclusion after submitting themselves to a re-watch of the first three films. […]
If you have ever watched The Road Warrior and felt that film could use a lot more existential angst, well you are in luck, as writer/director David Michod has followed up his critically acclaimed crime drama Animal Kingdom with this slightly futuristic Australian western. Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson star in this cerebral thriller that […]
Best described as existential Mad Max, The Rover is coming to Blu-ray soon and certainly left an impression after I had initially seen it. Maybe I’ll have more to say when I check it out again. Here’s this: Fueled by engaging performances from Golden Globe® nominee Guy Pearce (Memento, L.A. Confidential) and what Variety calls “a career-redefining performance from Robert Pattinson” […]
Timed to celebrate the fifth anniversary of The Twilight Saga’s original theatrical debut, fans are invited to relive the immortal love story with Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga, available as a 10-disc Blu-ray (plus Digital HD UltraViolet) set and as a 12-disc DVD (plus Digital UltraViolet) set debuting November 5, 2013 from Summit Entertainment. Whether Team Edward […]
No movie this year has perplexed Sean, Liz and Salim the way this movie has done. Watch how they each interpret David Cronenberg’s newest morality play. Starring Salim Lemelle, Liz Manashil (@LizManashil) and Sean Wright. Directed by Amy Taylor. Synopsis: Eric, a billionaire trader, hops in a limousine to go get a haircut. But a visit from […]
It’s truly amazing how die hard the so-called twi-hard fans really are. They camped out for days for the final twilight comic con panel. I was lucky enough to get a spot in the press pit right next to the stage with some nice and some not so nice photographers and journalists.
It seems like it was just yesterday that I was in San Diego at Comic Con waiting to get into Hall H to see the Twilight cast. I have so many great memories. Standing next to Ashley Greene (Alice) and Nikki Reed (Rosalie). Talking to Elizabeth Reaser (Esme) and Boo Boo Stewart (Seth). Robert Pattinson […]
Take a journey back in time with the romantic tale based on Sara Gruen’s New York Times #1 Best-Seller novel of the same name, WATER FOR ELEPHANTS, coming to Blu-ray and DVD on November 1st from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Starring Academy Award®-winner Reese Witherspoon (Walk The Line), Robert Pattinson (Twilight series) and Oscar®-winner […]
Hey all you TwiHearts, I had the pleasure of covering the Breaking Dawn Part 1 panel in Hall H at Comic Con on Thursday morning! People had been in line since Sunday, talk about dedication. I decided I better secure a place too, so I settled in about 7 pm the night before. There were […]
A few months ago, in another review, I confessed to never having seen a Twilight movie. I must now also confess that I have never seen a movie based on a Nicholas Sparks novel. However, I have read the book by Sara Gruen, which Water for Elephants is based on. While the first two facts […]
I have to say I was totally psyched to see this movie after reading the book. Why you ask? Because it involves some of my favorite things in life, and if only for 2 hours, I was finally able to run away with the circus! First of all, who doesn’t love the circus? Do you […]