With the bottle rocket’s red glare, and the cherry bombs bursting in air (at least, in those places where said celebration ammunition remains quasi-legal),
It’s been nearly six solid months of agony and waiting, speculation leading to momentary bouts of joy and sullen disbelief. With reliable information a
With the Fourth arriving on Friday, Hollywood is getting an early jump on the holiday box office bonanza. For 2 July, here are the films in
While it may seem sacrilegious to say it, stories of heroic human efforts during the tenuous dangers of wartime appear to be an international dime
Will Smith is the new up to date version of the late in life career of Charleton Heston. No, he’s not some gun wielding
Universal’s Despereaux Gets a Trailer/Teaser Site For anyone lucky enough to see WALL*E on the big screen over the weekend, this trailer
In the second half of our Disney discussion, the way in which the dystopian world of WALL*E was sold to a susceptible public is dissected.
As part of a double dose of Disney Monday, Chris Barsanti looks at the recent release from CG savants Pixar.
One really does have to feel bad for the Romantic Comedy. It’s a genre that’s life support system is more or less irretrievably
True fans of cinema generally hate dubbed foreign films. Not only do they miss the beauty of the native language, but every rerecording job seems