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Tim Burton returns to drama but keeps it weird in the trailer for Big Eyes We finally have the first trailer for director Tim Burton’s upcoming drama BIG EYES. I’ve been anticipating this one for a long time; I was getting worried Burton only wanted to make movies with Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham, and a lot of CGI. Thankfully Burton remembered he doesn’t have to go full weird to make something entertaining, ED WOOD for example. The trailer for BIG EYES... Read More...

Amplify It’s virtually impossible to recognize Terry Gilliam’s Zero Theorem as anything but a spiritual sequel to Brazil. It’s a similar story of a corporate cog lamenting his status in an insane (and insanely large) world that makes him feel powerless, but it takes place in the universe next door where the Marx Brothers didn’t invent the bureaucracy. Christopher Waltz plays a man desperately waiting for a phone call that will explain his purpose.

‘Big Eyes’ Trailer: Tim Burton Comes Back Down to Earth There are certain things we’ve come to expect from a Tim Burton movie. Fantastical settings with whimsical rules. Dead people and undead creatures. Johnny Depp in heavy white makeup. But his latest movie Big Eyes has none of that, and looks all the more intriguing for it. The historical drama stars Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz as real-life artist Margaret and Walter Keane, whose paintings of doe-eyed children became a phenomenon in the ’50s and ’60s. Publicly, he took all the credit, but privately, she made all the art.

Bill Murray hits the Toronto Film Festival in high style with 'St. Vincent' The party can finally start at the 2014 Toronto Film Festival now that Bill Murray has arrived. Not even a torrential downpour could stop the eccentric fan favorite from thrilling fans on the red carpet at the premiere of his new comedy "St. Vincent," along with his co-stars Chris O'Dowd, Naomi Watts, Melissa McCarthy and Jaeden Lieberher.


Review: St. Vincent (TIFF 2014)

JoBlo - Fri, 2014-09-05 21:16

Check out Chris' Video Review below! PLOT: A precocious young boy falls under the influence of his ornery neighbor, an alcoholic, over-the-hill gambler named Vincent (Bill Murray). REVIEW: ST. VINCENT is a movie that couldn't have been made with anyone but Bill Murray. Notoriously choosey about his projects, it's easy to see what drew Murray to a part that's kinda like the... Read More...

Bill Murray All For Female GHOSTBUSTERS Reboot: "I Would Watch It!"   Comedic great Bill Murray has been skeptical to make another film in the Ghostbusters series, with his lack of enthusasim being one of the reasons a third movie has been stuck in development hell for years. Well, while the 63-year-old seems unlikely to repise his role of Dr. Peter Venkman, he has now voiced his support of a reported all-female Ghostbusters team. "It sounds great to me," he told Scott Mantz of Access Hollywood. "It sounds as good an idea as any other! There are a lot of women that could scare off any kind of vapor!

Quentin Tarantino's 'Hateful Eight' Scheduled for Fall 2015

2:31 PM 9/3/2014 by Jeff Giles
For a movie that seemed in danger of being tossed on the scrap heap after writer/director Quentin Tarantino suffered a fit of pique induced by the script being leaked, The Hateful Eight has gone on to enjoy a pretty robust development cycle, from an all-star reading to the Tarantino fast track -- and now it's officially part of the Weinstein Company's slate for fall 2015.

'Amityville: The Awakening' Trailer May Make You Fear for Cinema

2:25 PM 8/26/2014 by Jeff Giles
Well, it's been about 10 years since we've had an Amityville Horror sequel/reboot/spinoff in theaters, so it looks like 2015 is the year for an allegedly fresh spin on the oft-told tale of well-meaning suburbanites who make the mistake of moving into a haunted house where a crazy person once slaughtered his entire family.

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby

Posted August 25th, 2014 by Binh Ngo

With his unique vision, writer/director Ned Benson ambitiously captures a complete picture of a relationship in the beautifully relatable portrait of love, empathy and truth that is THE DISAPPEARANCE OF ELEANOR RIGBY. Once happily married, Conor (McAvoy) and Eleanor (Chastain) suddenly find themselves as strangers longing to understand each other in the wake of tragedy.

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