Johnny Depp and Kate Moss are just a couple of the dozens of celebrities appearing in Paul McCartney’s new music video “Queenie Eye.” Check it out here.
Check out these pictures of celebrities with their mom, dad, sisters, and brothers, and see if you can see any resemblance!
The lives of people from different social backgrounds interweave together in this dramatic thriller starring Anthony Hopkins and Jude Law.
Guy Ritchie’s bigger, louder sequel once again trades wit and intricate plotting for cheap gags and overblown action sequences.
The holidays are kicking in with Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Carnage, Corman’s World and an early IMAX release for Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.
The Thanksgiving holiday has quite a cinematic spread this year with The Muppets, Hugo, My Week with Marilyn and A Dangerous Method.
Steven Soderbergh’s startling portrait of a world ravaged by a super-virus is a smart, scary thrill ride.
The fall movie season is officially underway with Contagion, Warrior and Bucky Larson: Born to be a Star.
David Cronenberg wants you to play. Or does he? Connect your game pod to your bio-port and find out the truth. Play it. Live it Kill for it.
If you like blood, gore, and guts, this week’s new DVD releases are for you.
I am obviously a huge fan of dystopian sci-fi with big ideas, so you’d think Repo MenÂ would be right up my alley. Set in an overbuilt metropolis where ad messages assault you from every angle, the flick paints a dark picture of a future sans Obamacare, wh…
Huge, huge week for movies this time, and surprisingly several of them look like they’ll be worth seeing. So let’s skip the witty banter and get right down to the first impressions. Repo Men – Could this movie be any better-timed? With health care refor…
I don’t think I was alone when, watching the trailer for Jude Law’s upcoming sci-fi thriller Repo Men, I briefly wondered if it was a sequel to Alex Cox’s ’84 punk classic Repo Man.
So it’s no secret that I have mixed feelings about the movies of Guy Ritchie – he burst on the scene with the great Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, melding a post-Tarantino gangster irony with a very British view of social stratification…