Tag Archive for 'Britt Robertson'

Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Four New Indie Titles

With recent fests ending and tons of reviews needing to be wrapped up, I fell slightly behind on my regular week-to-week movie skinnies.  So to get back up to speed here are some flicks that have come out and are coming out to help fill in the indie gaps for those who need to know. […]


I Lost Contact With ‘The Space Between Us’ (Movie Review)

Given the successful (non-superhero or animated) movies that have come out over the past few years, it would seem audiences have a thing for space-based adventures and romantic dramas. The Space Between Us combines these ideas into one film, which fits well for distributor STX Entertainment. This is the studio that has tried to match high concepts […]


The Longest Ride (Blu-ray Review)

Nicholas Sparks is responsible for a lot of successful romance dramas. Sure, not all of them have been all that well received (The Notebook seems to be the only film that stands out as generally seen as good), but they cater to a particular crowd that really enjoys them. The Longest Ride arrived this past […]


Request To Close Down The ‘Tomorrowland’ Attraction (Movie Review)

Let the record show that I had zero interest in ever seeing Tomorrowland.  The various trailers and TV spots did little to interest in me in the film and worst, it reminded me of that God awful Jupiter Ascending piece of garbage )and that is being polite).  There’s no way I ever want to revisit […]


Tomorrowland – Big Game Exclusive Look

Tomorrowland has plenty going for it, in terms of a big summer release.  The film is an original piece of work, with some sort of adventure/sci-fi story at working, presumably fitting for people of all ages.  It stars George Clooney, among others, and is being brought to us by the man behind The Incredibles, Brad Bird. […]


Tomorrowland Takes Off With A New Teaser And Poster

The US official teaser trailer for TOMORROWLAND directed by Brad Bird and starring George Clooney, Britt Robertson, Raffey Cassidy and Hugh Laurie, which just debuted at New York Comic Con, is now available.  That is a sentence that thrills me, as Disney may have been able to present a panel about this upcoming feature at […]