This week’s releases include anniversary editions from two distinct genres; a director getting back to his roots; an insightful documentary; an appealing first season; and a franchise’s attempt to turn things around.
This week’s releases include a royal mess of national proportions; Marvel’s appropriation of the small screen; an over-the-top comedy with wasted sentiment; and every episode of one of TV history’s most outrageous sitcoms.
Without a doubt, Tusk is one of the most ridiculous movies I've ever seen, but this horror film has such a stellar cast, the acting elevates Kevin Smith's latest into a memorable piece of cinema that stays with you for a long time.
This week’s releases include the 30th anniversary edition of a movie classic; a notable zombie movie; a mostly successful reboot; a Big Foot retreat; and the latest adventures from TV’s most lovable geeks.
It wasn't a tale about a dolphin that provided a nice surprise at the box office over the weekend, but rather a suspense film. It was a also tale of two new movies where one over-achieved and the other one under-performed.
This is the weekend when Hollywood wouldn't mind a pleasant surprise. That would be in the form of "Dolphin Tale 2." The family-friendly film is out and simply because of the theater count, it could end on top.
This week’s releases include a couple of TV shows centering on vampires with a significant age difference; new takes on the adventures of the Enterprise; a superhero’s past comes back to haunt him; and a new man takes the time travelling helm.
Few films have the courage to attempt to blend romance with horror. But Spring, debuting at the Toronto International Film Festival, mixes both genres splendidly in a tale that is both chilling and tender.
This week’s releases include the penultimate season of an award-winning series; a superhero’s most difficult challenge; the monstrous effects of global warming; and one of the best movies of last year.
This week’s releases include some of the best shows television has to offer from crime solving to gang relations to zombie invasions; and a celebrated film chronicling a frightening and disappointing part of history.
One would think Labor Day would be a gold mine for a new movie release and get in one more summer season blockbuster. But it isn't. In fact, a movie that has been the talk of the summer is once again the No. 1 movie in the land.
Bond through the years: (From left) Sean Connery as James Bond in "From Russia With Love" (1963). David Niven as James Bond in Bond spoof based loosely on Ian Flemming's story, "Casino Royale" (1967). Roger Moore as James Bond in "The Spy Who Loved Me" (1977). George Lazenby as James Bond in "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" (1969). Timothy Dalton as James bond in "Licence to Kill" (1989). Pierce Brosnan as James Bond in "Golden Eye" (1995). Daniel Craig as James Bond in "Casino Royale." (2006).
United Artists; MGM; Sony
Amaury Nolasco and Gina Carano fight in 'In the Blood'
Anchor Bay Films & Raven Banner Entertainment
Fox Home Entertainment
Toni Servillo in 'The Great Beauty'
Warner Home Video
I'm So Excited! (2013) - "Los amantes pasajeros" (original title)