Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds do good work in an otherwise frustratingly by-the-numbers action thriller.
This weekend: The return of Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (shake your head at Jar Jar Binks in 3D), Denzel reprises the role of the baddie for Safe House, Woody Harrelson is the worst as one of LAPD’s finest in Rampart and try to remember your promise with The Vow.
Did you enjoy this year’s Golden Globes? You don’t have to wait a whole year to feel the magic again, you know. Take a trip down Golden Globes memory lane with these winners from the past, all available for your nostalgic pleasure.
Nothing can raise Oscar’s golden eyebrows quite like a good biopic. In celebration of Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar, which features Leonardo DiCaprio as the first director of the FBI, here are a few biography films featuring other fiery, passionate men available as instant history lessons on Netflix.
Celebrate the Fourth of July by setting off some cinematic fireworks with these movies that give a hearty salute the Red, White and Blue.
Unstoppable is the fifth collaboration between director Tony Scott and star Denzel Washington. For the love of all that is holy, will someone separate these two?
This week’s new offerings on DVD and Blu-Ray disc include The Book Of Eli, When In Rome, and Youth In Revolt.
It’s a boom crop for post-apocalyptic movies, and while I loved The Road, I’m hungry for something with a little more ass-beating and a little less quiet desperation. The Hughes Brothers’ new magnum opus The Book Of Eli looked to fit the bill. How did it stack up?
It’s new movie day, and I’ll be spending a few hours in the theater this afternoon to bring you a few reviews, but let’s start the morning off right by talking about what dropped this weekend.