The upcoming Blue Ocean Film Festival (and more, without pop culture pizzazz) has added a Virgin to its list of special guests. Sir Richard Branson, flamboyant founder of Virgin airlines, music stores, space travel, etc., will be presented with the festival's Making Waves Award for his support of ocean conservation …
Keanu Reeves is the poster boy for John Wick but not this hyper-violent movie's niftiest bit of casting. That would be hiring an actor named Dean Winters for a thankless role as the bad guy's flunky.
Contributing to the delinquency of minors in Meatballs is how Bill Murray became a movie star, and can that really be 35 years ago? Time flew while we haven't always had fun, when Murray's actorly instincts took him elsewhere. St. Vincent brings him back, so it's got that going for it, which is nice.
When holiday weekends roll around in the United States, it seems like everyone and their brother makes a movie.
"It will end, soon. But before it does a lot more people have to die."
Sometimes just being different is all it takes. That's the case with The Book of Life, an animated movie that when stripped of its wildly imaginative sights and sounds delivers the same tired lessons of being yourself and following your dreams, set to radio-tired pop songs.
The best thing about Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day is that it doesn't live down to its title. It is merely mediocre, which when it comes to shelling out today's ticket prices is just as bad.
Of all the objections raised to The Judge, acting intensity certainly isn't one of them. The reason this overstuffed movie remains tolerable is the inspired casting of Robert Duvall and Robert Downey Jr. as a combative father and son, and their determination to out-thespian each other.
Tampa is breaking back into movies, and breaking bad with a star.
The spiritual lesson of the Rapture disaster Left Behind is simple: If actors pray enough, they can get out of this movie.