Johnny Depp and his Pirates director Gore Verbinski team up for this first animated release from ILM, the Saw guys bring us another scary movie, Matthew McConaughey thrills in the courtroom, and Thor comes in September.
The Twilight Saga actress calls rumors "gross"...what do you think?
Want blood? Look no further than these new releases, only one's good, one's...enh, not so much.
This week sees the release of Zack Snyder's weirdly inventive Sucker Punch, about an insane asylum patient who creates an altermate world in her mind; Nic Cage as an ex-Crusader who fights the Church and the supernatural in Season of the Witch, and the long-awaited high-def version of the LOTR series.
New this week is the Matt Damon thriller The Adjustment Bureau, which has Fate intervening in his budding romance with a ballet dancer, plus a kid flick sequel, Liam Neeson gets back into the action, and Ed Helms in a movie that isn't The Hangover 2. And, enter to win a prize pack of 5 Matt Damon movies.
Something’s dropping from the sky and firing on the good citizens of the world in Battle: Los Angeles . Also available today, Catherine Hardwicke's Red Riding Hood and the Farrelly Bros. buddy comedy Hall Pass starring Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis.
True Grit, The Coen Brothers’ 10-time Academy Award nominee remake starring Jeff Bridges as U.S. Marshal Rooster Cogburn and Hailee Steinfeld as the young woman who hires him to track down her daddy’s killer, moseys on home this week.
Get on The Grid this week with Disney's redo of the sci-fi classic. Plus there's a really annoying movie with Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro, a decent third entry in the Narnia series, and Jim Carrey does some of his best work in years.
If you missed Natalie Portman's Academy Award-winning performance in Black Swan, you're in luck as it's now on DVD. Also hitting DVD shelves is Disney's 50th snimated feature, Tangled.
It’s with great reservation that I’m recommending the latest from Johnny Knoxville and his band of crazies (the usual suspects return: a newly sober Steve-O, Wee Man, Chris Pontius and the rest)—the movie made almost $120 mil at the box office, meaning plenty of people were interested in watching guys fart into musical instruments, pee on each other and get knocked over by giant mechanical hands (okay, that WAS pretty damn funny).
Emma Stone proves she’s one to watch in Easy A while Gordon Gekko returns after a quarter-century, newly released from prison and hawking his new book. Also, Angelina Jolie kicks butt, street dancing comes to life and M. Night plays with the Devil.
Nic Cage works his particular brand of magic in this take on the Disney classic. Plus Cameron Diaz and Tom Cruise have no chemistry, Drew Barrymore and Justin Long do, and what's new on Blu-ray.
New on DVD this week: A 3-disc set of Avatar features the original theatrical release, special edition re-release and new extended cut with 16 added minutes including an exclusive alternate opening Earth scene. Also, The Kids Are All Right, The Last Airbender and more!
Edgar Wright’s frenetic, highly stylized take on the graphic novel stars Michael Cera as a guy who has to battle seven of his new girlfriend’s exes. Also new are Grown Ups and Charlie St. Cloud.
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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