Despite the inevitable franchise fatigue, this solid production still delivers more than enough of what fans expect.
In the mold of Bob Lee Swagger, Dirk Pitt and Alex Cross, "Jack Reacher" is right at home among pulp-fiction tough guys Paramount has tried to turn into franchises -- this relatively generic attempt…
Ridley Scott's first sci-fier in the three decades since "Blade Runner" remains earthbound in narrative terms, forever hinting at the existence of a higher intelligence without evincing much of its…
A cleverly balanced mix of scares and laughs that is funnier and more terrifying than the 1985 original on which it's based.
Co-founded by industry vets Lon Bender and Wylie Stateman, post sound company Soundelux has provided sound editorial, sound supervision, Foley, ADR and sound design for nearly 30 years. Four Impact…
Pic will depend on enthusiastic word of mouth and critical applause to win over distribs and buyers specializing in art cinema gems for upscale markets.
"The Social Network" is continuing to make friends, leading the Satellite Awards with best drama, director and adapted screenplay kudos on Sunday.
Things hit white-knuckle intensity in a hurry. Fox release should see solid earnings unobstructed well into the holidays.
Seems devoted to stifling whatever pleasure audiences may have derived from the popular legend.
Eddie Adams' most famous photograph -- of a Vietnamese police chief putting a bullet through the head of his Vietcong prisoner -- was perhaps the most iconic image of that contentious South Asian war.
Fronted -- hot on the heels of "Pulp Fiction" -- by a dazzlingly confident John Travolta, "Get Shorty," about an underworld shylock out to conquer Hollywood, oozed cool from every scene. Ten years…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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