Tim Burton's gorgeous, if somewhat empty, retelling of the classic children's tale stars Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter and a scene-stealing Helena Bonham Carter as the Red Queen. Plus: The Wolfman, Clint Eastwood's iconic trilogy, nature doc Life and more.
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Two films based on novels that will have you reaching for the Kleenex--but for very different reasons--this week: Nicholas Sparks's Dear John with Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried, and Cormac McCarthy's The Road starring Viggo Mortensen and Kodi Smit-McPhee.
The Oscar-worthy The Messenger starring Woody Harrelson in an excellent performance comes out today, along with ensemble romance Valentine's Day, the Oscar-baiting Invictus, and the Harrison Ford floppity flop Extraordinary Measures.
The archangel Michael comes down to help humankind, like Dennis Quaid and a chain-smoking pregnant gal, survive the wrath of God and his legion of warrior angels in Legion. Meanwhile Edge of Darkness marks Mel Gibson's on-camera return, and vampires suck in Daybreakers.
New on DVD this week is Tooth Fairy, Leap Year, Nine and a special 45th Anniversary Edition of Dr. Zhivago! Check out our exclusive clip from it here!
This week, catch Heath Ledger's final performance as a worker in Dr. Parnassus's wild, wacky and weird circus called the Imaginarium. Plus Meryl Streep's classy performance as a woman involved in a love triangle, and two horror-based movies, one campy, one not.
Just in time for the 40th anniversary of Earth Day this Thursday comes James Cameron’s record-breaking moneymaker and Best Picture nominee, a little movie called Avatar that knocked their socks off at theaters. Also new, Peter Jackson's The Lovely Bones, The Young Victoria, and Spielberg's stunning Minority Report on Blu-ray.
In the 1960s, eight DJs on a boat in the middle of the Atlantic broke all the rules for the sake of their love of rock music, and pissed off the British government in the process. Philip Seymour Hoffman stars as ringleader The Count, alongside Bill Nighy, Rhys Ifans and...
The trailer premiere of Resident Evil: Afterlife, with appearances by Milla Jovovich and Ali Larter in San Francisco. Plus details on The Losers, and why The Sorcerer's Apprentice actually looks pretty good.
Director Werner Herzog puts the good in very, very bad in his take on the original Bad Lieutenant, starring Nicolas Cage as a completely unhinged detective in New Orleans who shakes down criminals, consorts with hookers, gambles and does drugs with abandon. Yet he's somehow a likeable guy.
The presentation for Kick-Ass has some fun banter with the cast, and director Christopher Nolan makes a suprise appearance for the hotly anticipated Inception while the Twilight sequel gets booed. And still to come, Toy Story 3, Resident Evil 4 previews and more!
Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law make a great crime-solving duo in Sherlock Holmes, which turns out to be a rollicking good time directed by Guy Ritchie. Plus: those singing Chipmunks return for a "squeakquel," Carey Mulligan astonishes in An Education, and Jim Carrey narrates the gorgeous IMAX: Under the Sea.
Sandra Bullock's now unfortunately titled hit that earned her a Best Actress Oscar hits shelves today on DVD and BD. Plus there's George Clooney's Fantastic Mr. Fox and The Men Who Stare at Goats, a fab-looking Asian classic-in-the-making and a newly restored version of The African Queen.
Attention, Twihards, get ready for a late night this weekend...the second in the Twilight series, New Moon, comes to DVD and BD on Saturday, March 20, at 12:01 a.m.! Out today are lots of new releases including Ninja Assassin starring Rain, Astro Boy, The Princess and the Frog, The Fourth Kind and more.
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"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
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"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
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"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
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