Is the era of the dark comic book movie fable coming to an end? Or is it more a matter of a spate of seemingly underperforming dark would-be blockbusters?
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I sat down with Terminator: Salvation director McG to discuss his new film, currently out in theaters.
While Hollywood continues to dominate the global film market, the most original, intelligent, and enduring movies today are being made outside this country.
While the three-day total is $43 million, the five day total is expected to be a bit less than the $72 million that Rise of the Machines pulled in over July 4th weekend in 2003.
As you will see, during Cheney's speech, a malfunction of some sort caused a small explosion which caused the Cheney-Borg's flesh-like covering to melt, thus revealing the endoskeleton hidden beneath.
I had a chance to sit down with the cast of Terminator Salvation for Fandango.
Ironically, for a film that constantly opines about the strength of the human heart, the film lacks the very heart and soul that brought humanity to the first three pictures.
Not only can Michael Caine deliver the acting goods with the right vehicles, but off the set he also exhibits a refreshing common sense about the film business itself.
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By Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
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How many YouTube videos does it take to ruin a pop culture phenomenon? I'm not sure; I'm still counting the endless Christian Bale parodies.
To a psychologist -- like a film critic -- it's praiseworthy when someone is able to balance positives and negatives in the same emotional scene.
Just as accountants get swamped at tax time, I've noticed a severe spike in my creative patients' career anxieties during this annual frenzy of award nominations.
The Dark Knight ends up in much the same place we finds ourselves today. Bereft of a clearcut hero. Having narrowly survived a assault against our essential selves. And wondering what comes next.
British talent excelling in Hollywood is not a new phenomenon. But as the downturn takes hold there are fewer roles and fewer quality films: that makes British success all the more striking.