Spoiled rich people have been awful for centuries and our heatre, literature, and film has been reminding us of this fact with regularity. To this pile of moralizing fiction about the soulless elite, we can now add Lone Scherfig’s “The Riot Club,” adapted from the play “Posh” by Laura Wade by the author herself. Show More Summary
"A Wolf at the Door," the first feature by Brazilian filmmaker Fernando Coimbra, is a strange animal: in one moment, it makes us laugh at one character’s despair; one scene later, it provokes horror and makes us cringe when that same...Show More Summary
Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence have brought such energy and chemistry to their relationships in their scenes together in “Silver Linings Playbook” and “American Hustle” that viewers may be tempted to give heir latest collaboration some attention despite the stories of post-production drama and bad buzz that has accompanied it. Show More Summary
20 years ago, photographer Larry Clark directed “Kids,” an eye-rolling provocation that caused an uproar verging on parody. Critics either clutched their pearls in outrage or hailed the coming of a director unafraid to engage his obsessions, no matter how skeevy and perverted they appeared. Show More Summary
I’m giving this movie half a star more than I really want to because I’m aware that there are many contemporary moviegoers who are wired differently than I am. “Man From Reno”—reviewers are going to almost reflexively want to call it...Show More Summary
Brenda Myers-Powell, an ex-prostitute who has devoted her life to helping at-risk women and girls through her organization The Dreamcatcher Foundation, is the compelling subject of veteran filmmaker Kim Longinotto's new documentary, "Dreamcatcher," debuting on Showtime tonight, March 27, 2015. Show More Summary
Here we are again: a short film with heavy use of VFX has attracted the eyes of a studio, which has bought rights to turn it into a feature. The short, Sundays, is described by its creators as “an ambitious philosophical science-fiction proof-of-concept short.” It’s pretty, I guess, but it also looks like a pastiche of […] The post Warner Bros. Show More Summary
1. "Of Mice and Women: The Strange Unraveling of Cinderella": Rob Walker, co-writer of the "Nostalgia Critic" series, writes a hilarious and insightful takedown of Disney's new "Cinderella" at Indie Outlook. “The original animated Cinderella...Show More Summary
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 is underway, filming the sequel to the surprising box office smash that rebooted a brand, and reunited Megan Fox with Michael Bay. While we don't have a lot of details on what's going down in the next film, we do know a couple of things that could and/or should be happening. Show More Summary
Matthew McConaughey will submit himself to a scandal in The Billionaire's Vinegar, Sony's film about the 1985 purchase of a bottle of 1787 Chateau Lafite Bordeaux for $156,000 that was once supposedly owned by Thomas Jefferson. Based...Show More Summary
Even though the Swedish drama Force Majeure wasn't eligible for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Film, it was still one of the best international offerings of 2014, winning a bunch of awards that are the Swedish equivalent of the Oscar, as well as the Un Certain Regard jury prize at last year’s Cannes Film Festival. Show More Summary
As iconic as Christopher Plummer's career has been, there are some roles that an actor just can't bring themselves to accept. In the case of Plummer's career, he found himself turning down a role that even Sean Connery himself would pass, eventually allowing the part to go to Sir Ian McKellen. Show More Summary
Over the last year, we've seen a number of heroes from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice revealed, including the titular characters as well as Wonder Woman and Aquaman â?? but being kept cloaked in secret was the movie's main villain. Show More Summary
Several New York Yankees players posted a charming video where they recreated a memorable scene from the 1993 classic 'The Sandlot'. [...]
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Craig T. Nelson is returning as Hayden Fox in a new 'Coach' series for NBC, set 18 years after the original ABC sow [...]
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"Kill Me Three Times" starring Simon Pegg is currently On Demand and hits theaters April 10th. In the violent dark comedy, Pegg plays Charlie Wolfe, a hitman hired to kill a hotel owner's cheating wife. When he goes to do the job though, he finds others are also trying to kill her. Show More Summary
Fox Searchlight is developing a new version of Ruben Östlund's critically acclaimed film The post Julia Louis-Dreyfus Eyes American Force Majeure Remake appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The Academy Award winner will star in an adaptation of Benjamin Wallace's nonfiction bestseller The post Matthew McConaughey to Headline The Billionaire’s Vinegar appeared first on ComingSoon.net.