Sacha Gervasi's film, from a script by John J. McLaughlin (and based on a book by Stephen Rebello), is fun in all the ways that The Girl was not.
In theory, it is the fairytale moment every bride might hope for. Even I, admittedly, wished and asked for a secret song in my honor at our reception. But the theoretical and the reality of your big event are two different things.
Confidence-wrecking news, husbands everywhere: Just minutes after becoming a married man, Justin Timberlake out-husbanded you.
My college-age daughter is home and mentioned that she was thinking about going hombre. Panicked, I thought this meant she was considering something morphological...
Pascal Laugier's story of a small, depressed town dealing with missing children, taken by a mysterious figure known only as the Tall Man, keeps you plugged in -- right up until it pulls the rug out from under you.
Is Justin Timberlake really finished with his pop career? There, I said it. I'll give you a moment to let that sink in, catch your breath and grab a kleenex.
Did anyone ask for a remake of Total Recall, the 1990 futuristic sci-fi film about memory implantation and Mars starring Arnold Schwarzenegger? Yeah, me neither, but that's what we've got.
What is reality? What is identity? How long can a soul survive when one's perceptions and one's self are subject to electronic editing at a moment's whim? These and many other fascinating questions are raised and almost immediately dropped in Total Recall.
Total Recall presented Arnold in his action star mode and the movie was a modest success. Still it wasn't a big enough hit to justify a remake some twenty years later. But remake it they did and now Colin Farrell is the star.
It is true that a new cinematic adaptation of Philip K. Dick's 1966 short story "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale" has arrived -- and it's a sleek, radical departure from Paul Verhoeven's gonzo 1990 version.
Lucky has been Wendy's muse and close canine companion since the day they met. Her underdog journey wasn't easy at the start, but has certainly been a trail of love and service the entire way.
Why aren't women, in particular, more vocal about ending warfare?
I'm not going to go into all the subplots, except to say that they all end as happily as you know they will from the very start.
This fall, I went to Paris for fashion week (spring 2012)...I could not have be more excited. I'd just had my second baby a few months prior, and w...
Like in nature when leaves turn to those gorgeous autumn colors against the gray sky, a stylist like myself becomes instantly inspired to create warm "spiced up" colors for the long winter nights ahead.
When is a comedy not a comedy? When it's one of what apparently is becoming a series of holiday-themed movies by Garry Marshall.