Distribution, Screen Gems

Review: Solid Scares Keep 'Deliver Us from Evil' Strong in Tired Genre There's really not a lot that can be done with paranormal thrillers these days. With the recent slate of bland possession movies and the Paranormal Activity juggernaut annually dulling the bump-in-the-night brand of horror, it takes a certain angle at the sub-genre or a top-notch style of delivering the thrills for a film to really play in the haunted sandbox. Luckily, there are those entries that realize the ways in which to keep a fresh game in a stale ballpark, Deliver Us from Evil being the latest of these.

Jon Favreau Says Marvel Didn't Have Much Faith In Robert Downey Jr As IRON MAN .   Jon Favreau was the lucky man to direct the first to Iron Man films, but was also the man to persuade Marvel into casting Robert Downey Jr as the titular character, something that has went on to become one of the greatest casting choices of all time. It's difficult to imagine seeing anyone else in the role, but believe it or not Marvel Studios didn't have a tough time picturing someone different in the role, but when they were convinced of Robert Downey Jr, they knew that they struck gold.

Box Office: 'Think Like A Man Too' gives Kevin Hart another no. 1 in 2014 "Think Like A Man Too" topped the the box office with $30 million and became Kevin Hart's second no. 1 of 2014. Clint Eastwood's "Jersey Boys" came in fourth with just $13 million.http://www.hitfix.com


Think Like a Man Too Review

IGN Movies - Fri, 2014-06-20 17:00

Think Like a Man Too Review Director Tim Story returns for another relationship romp with the returning cast of Think Like a Man, this time for a night of debauchery in Las Vegas for the wedding of Michael (Terrence Jenkins) and Candace (Regina Hall). Along with the wedding, of course, comes the bachelor and bachelorette parties. As you might expect, things go awry and relationships are challenged. It’s probably obvious that there’s nothing unique here; there are dozens of “crazy nights in Vegas” movies and there will be dozens more to come.

Subscribe to this RSS topic: Syndicate content