Appearances by 'True Detective,' 'Fargo,' and an arboreal superhero
REDLINE This is the sort of movie that might spontaneously spawn during a Guitar Wolf concert. Well, this and Wild Zero of course– an oddly apt film to bring up, as the two films share rather a lot besides leather-clad rocker protagonists. It’s over-the-top, anarchic, and every frame is infused with the spirit of rock […]
'Wild' is a showcase for Witherspoon, and one that is visually striking and emotionally gut wrenching.
1. "'California Split,' 40 Years Later: An Interview with Elliott Gould, George Segal and Joseph Walsh in Three Parts": Conducted by Kim Morgan at the Los Angeles Review of Books. “Gould shows up first. He’s every inch the movie star, absolutely fascinating, disarming, but down to earth, sensitive and warm — and yet, you can’t read him easily. Show More Summary
2014 was a good year for Blu-rays. Gotta level with you hough: every year that there have been Blu-rays has been a good year for Blu-rays. There are a few reasons for this, and they’re the same reasons, I suspect, that in subsequent years things won’t be AS good for Blu-rays even as hey continue to be pretty-to-very good for Blu-rays. Show More Summary
The Hendricks casting may offset the poor reception Crowe's Brad Cooper film is receiving.
This touching and powerful protest chant could use some more star power.
It's OK. It doesn't make you a sell out.
Cameos you never asked for. Never wanted.
Plus, Sony attempts to silence the media.
If Reese Witherspoon deserves any award this year, it’s for sheer classiness. She produced “Gone Girl,” but accepted the fact that her favored director, David Fincher, didn’t want her cast. She allowed her top-billed supporting role in “The Good Lie” to remain where it belonged: in the background of an otherwise important and gripping story. Show More Summary
Ashton Kutcher Weighs in on the Critical Issue
It's been a "should have been 12 hours shorter" kind of day
He'll always be OUR Batman.
Take that, Kardashian booty!
George R.R. Martin spreads Christmas cheer.
What if you love the wintertime but don't want angels all up in your movie experience?
5 Shows After Dark
Even if they are basically the exact kind of emails you would expect from Charming Potato.
Despite having its heart in the right place, Annie ultimately dissolves into a clichéd mess and even its stellar cast appear to abandon ship as the musical meanders to a laughable conclusion.Click To Continue Reading