Mon, 11 Feb 2008 09:30:00 PSTFive years ago, Hollywood paired Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey in the romantic comedy How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days and the match rewarded the filmmakers with box office receipts exceeding $100 million.
Mon, 11 Feb 2008 09:30:00 PSTOn the surface, Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins is just another Martin Lawrence comedy, filled with slapstick, crude sexual shenanigans, and cruelty to animals. But, looking a little deeper, one discovers a surprisingly dark undercurrent.
Mon, 04 Feb 2008 09:30:00 PSTIf there ever was a commercial film release that also qualified as an act of public service, it's this 3-D concert film from Disney. Although it should reap plenty of coin for its so-called limited engagement...
Mon, 04 Feb 2008 09:30:00 PSTStarring Jessica Alba as a blind girl who gains both her sight and the ability to see dead people, the film opened Friday without being screened for the press.
Mon, 03 Dec 2007 09:30:00 PSTLet's get reality out of the way. Juno is about and the quirky first name of an independent-minded high school virgin (Ellen Page) who freely chooses to have sex with her pal and fellow outsider, Bleeker (Michael Cera).
Mon, 21 Jan 2008 09:30:00 PSTEven before you've seen her, you know her. Jane (Katherine Heigl) is the perennial sad singleton, lonely but eternally hopeful. She's in love with her boss, who treats her like the world's most lovingly cared-for doormat...
Mon, 24 Dec 2007 09:30:00 PSTEdward Cole (Jack Nicholson) and Carter Chambers (Morgan Freeman) are both afflicted with terminal cancer. Edward is a wealthy CEO with no one to visit him except his assistant (Sean Hayes) as he suffers through chemotherapy.
Mon, 28 Jan 2008 09:30:00 PSTHas it really been 20 years? Last time we saw John Rambo, in 1988, he was involved in some cold war endgame stuff in Afghanistan, and his action-movie franchise, begun in 1982 with First Blood, seemed to be sputtering toward self-parody.
Mon, 28 Jan 2008 09:30:00 PSTThe latest misbegotten parody from the creators of "Date Movie" and "Epic Movie" brings to mind the joke about two elderly women exiting a restaurant. "Terrible food," one comments. "And such small portions, too," the other says.
Mon, 28 Jan 2008 09:30:00 PSTBoth an epic and a miniature, Paul Thomas Anderson's "There Will Be Blood" uses the fewest possible brush strokes, spread across a vast canvas, to paint a portrait of greed at the beginning of the American century.