At the premiere of Premium Rush, Joseph Gordon-Levitt's starring vehicle, everyone looked for comparisons to his other big movie of the summer, The Dark Knight Rises. So Gordon-Levitt set us straight.
Sometimes, movies are based on books. Sometimes, novelizations are written to promote a movie. Sometimes, no books are written at all. We're here to...
Q: Is Premium Rush the best movie about New York City bike messengers this year? A: Premium Rush is the best movie this year about New York City bike messengers. Premium Rush is also the worst movie this year about New York City bike messengers.
There are the seeds of a funny and exciting film buried within Premium Rush. Instead, there's a lot of footage of people riding bikes with determined looks on their faces. Sorry, it's just not that exciting.
It seems like a daunting task for both the studio and whichever director is assigned to take over, but nonetheless the franchise must move forward.
The Dark Knight Rises' performance should be closely monitored in terms of what should be considered the top-tier potential for any and all other comic book adaptations for the near future.
Over the weekend, many of you saw the most anticipated movie of the year, The Dark Knight Rises. A lot of you seemed to enjoy The Dark Knight Rises....
The Dark Knight Rises is very impressive and definitely worth seeing, but without a once-in-a-lifetime performance like Ledger's Joker to provide the pulse, we'll have to be content with a final chapter that certainly delivers, but in a trilogy that peaked in the middle.
The film 50/50 is about a man facing cancer, but this is not your standard terminal illness/embrace life tearjerker.
This past week, Herman Cain's campaign got unreasonably cocky, Chris Christie's campaign continued to not exist, and Sarah Palin's campaign remained u...
50/50 no doubt will be dismissed by critics who distrust movies that deal with feelings, rather than ideas. But it proves that it's possible to be emotional and thoughtful -- and funny -- at the same time.
50/50 is a magnificent film that will speak very differently and very individually to anyone who sees it.
When I was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 32, I was the youngest person in the oncologist's office -- by decades.
Though Spencer Susser's dark comedy hangs in there for about half of its running time, it eventually runs out of ideas and goes soft, when it's been hard-edged from the jump.
I'm mystified by the seemingly constant frenzy online about whether or not the Farrelly brothers' longstanding urge to make a Three Stooges movie will ever get off the ground. It's toxic-remake mania taken to an extreme.
Sebastian Gutierrez seems to have the soul of a TV producer, if his latest film Elektra Luxx - and his previous film, Women in Trouble - are any indic...