Ditching plans for an early Imax release, Universal will bow Tom Cruise sci-fier "Oblivion" April 19 at all Stateside locations.
Following Alexander Mindadze's very different "Innocent Saturday," "Land of Oblivion" reps the second major feature of 2011 to carve drama out of the Chernobyl disaster, to powerful effect.
Disney is not moving forward with an adaptation of Joseph Kosinski's illustrated novel "Oblivion," and is letting the "Tron: Legacy" helmer shop the project to other studios and producers.
Near-perfect period detail and a solid central perf make "Flower of Oblivion" an attractive package, though helmer Selma Baccar allows certain exaggerated elements to run away with an engrossing…
An amusing look at the perils of film production, "Living in Oblivion" is an inside joke with a generosity of heart that makes it accessible to anyone who would take an interest. Second feature by…
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