Helen Mirren kicks ass in new Red 2 TV Spots.
The David Mamet directed biopic airs 9 p.m. Sunday.
“I like my town / With a little bit of poiiiiison…” So goes a bit of lyrical philosophizing from the inimitable Tom Waits. Well, replace “town” with “movies,” and we’re right there with you, Tom. Here are few deadly examples available for immediate ingesting on Netflix.
The summer and the summer movie season come to an end with Shark Night 3D, Apollo 18 and The Debt.
Jumping between 1966 and 1997, the story follows three Mossad agents, now retired, on their secret mission to track down a Nazi war criminal.
Classic elements of film noir and the British gangster tell the story of Pinkie, a desperate young man hell bent on clawing his way up the ranks of organized crime. When a young waitress stumbles on evidence linking him to a killing, he sets out to seduce her and her silence.
This week you have some decent choices: a medieval stoner comedy, a remake of an 80’s classic (for better or worse), and a teenage assassin on the wrong side of the CIA. Not bad.
Its usually a terrible idea to remake a nearly perfect movie, but this actually looks pretty good. Russell Brand reprises Dudley Moore’s role as a drunken playboy who stands to lose his inheritance when he falls for a woman his family doesn’t like.
Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman and John Malkovich team up as retired CIA agents who are bored with the simple life and decide to get back in the game. Is this ensemble effort worth your time?
A new film about retired CIA agents who get back in the game. Stars Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, Mary Louise Parker, Helen Mirren, and John Malkovich.
Joe Pesci and Helen Mirren star in a chaotic love story about the owners of a legalized brothel who allow a heavyweight boxer to train at their ranch.