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Exclusive 1:1 Interview: Poltergeist Director Gil Kenan! It takes a brave filmmaker to take on remaking POLTERGEIST. Thankfully, the fine gentleman who brought us MONSTER HOUSE and CITY OF EMBERS decided to have while still paying respect to the original. While the new film certainly has a different tone from Tobe Hooper directed, Steven Spielberg produced classic, in many ways this feels like a homage to it. And it also happens to feature a strong cast, with Sam... Read More...

Two of my favorite actors today happen to be Sam Rockwell and Rosemarie DeWitt. And frankly, they give everything they do some serious credibility. So when you place them in the roles of the terrorized parents in POLTERGEIST, it already makes you care about the characters more. While the original film will always be one of my all-time favorites, I was surprised at how much fun I had with this new film and much... Read More...

Damon Lindelof says fanboys won't admit to liking Tomorrowland Damon Lindelof has taken a swipe at online reactions to Tomorrowland, claiming that "fanboys" won't admit to liking the film on account of their wanting


Review: Tomorrowland

JoBlo - Tue, 2015-05-19 09:33

Review: Tomorrowland PLOT: Teenaged Casey receives a mysterious pin that allows her to see an alternate, futuristic world full of wondrous possibility. She must join forces with a curmudgeonly inventor and a unique little girl in order to find this place for real. REVIEW: TOMORROWLAND is a strange and unfortunate misfire, a movie ostensibly aimed at children but containing little in the way of genuine adventure. If it... Read More...

Will Lex Don His Purple & Green Armor In 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'? It's interesting that two of DC's most cherished villains are getting new big screen takes, yet most of the curiosity has centered squarely on only one of them. Lex Luthor and The Joker are the villains in question, and it's the latter that everyone seems to be champing at the bit for glimpses of. With all of the leaked videos and images from David Ayer's Suicide Squad, there's plenty to check out when it comes to Jared Leto's Clown Prince of Gotham. However, what about Lex?

Cannes First Weekend: Todd Haynes’s Carol Soars And Jeremy Saulnier’s Green Room impressesIt’s rare that a film makes the transition from the Cannes competition to the awards race, but not only is Todd Haynes’ Carol another heavyweight entry in a strong year, it may well net more than a handful of Oscar nominations at the ceremony next February. Starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, it tells the story of shopgirl Therese (Mara), who falls for a wealthy customer (Blanchett’s Carol).

The 45 Most Underrated, Weird and Fun Moments in ‘Pitch Perfect’ Once you’ve seen a movie a few times, the main story just isn’t as exciting. Your eyes begin to wander around the frame seeking other details. You might find surprises the filmmaker put in there on purpose, or happy accidents, but either way, the best movies always find ways to reward a viewer over and over again. A movie that definitely fits that description is the first Pitch Perfect. It’s an immensely entertaining and rewarding film that gets better with every single rewatch. Want to know why Pitch Perfect 2 just made $70 million at the box office opening weekend?

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