Sean Penn and Ryan Gosling get deep in the underbelly of organized crime in 1940’s Los Angeles in Gangster Squad.
Now that the Academy Awards are over and there were once again losses that should’ve been wins, pay homage to unacknowledged greatness with a look back at some notable Oscar snubs from yesteryear.
The nominations are out for the 84th Academy Awards, and it’s a pretty sentimental affair with The Artist, The Help, The Descendants, and War Horse leading the way.
Law students, take note: don’t take a job at the morgue, lest you become tormented by a serial killer and a cranky Nick Nolte like poor Ewan McGregor.
Neil Jordan’s moody crime thriller features a disarmingly charming Nick Nolte as a professional thief who comes out of semi-retirement for one last big score.
Ang Lee’s melancholy meditation on the big green monster with purple pants makes for a misunderstood but admirable comic book movie.
The always incredible Tom Hardy plays the youngest son of an alcoholic former boxer (Nolte), who returns home to be trained by his father for a mixed martial arts tournament. This path puts the fighter on a collision corner with his older brother (Edgerton), also a figher.
The Plight of the Worker, the Mental Patient and the Templar Knight, this weekend is all about recovery from Transformers. Your optons: Horrible Bosses, Zookeeper, The Ward and/or Ironclad.
Summer’s right around the corner, but we bet you’ll think twice before taking a swim after checking out these underwater thrillers. Come on in, the water’s not fine…
Huge week for new movies, including the hilarious Dinner for Schmucks plus more.
Okay, yes, an entire feature documentary about how crazy Nick Nolte is might be overkill – and then again, it might be the greatest thing ever created. The verdict? A million billion stars, movie of the decade.