This is Daniel Craig’s fourth go-around as Bond, and there’s something of a clearing-of-the-decks and a reset on the series.Read more "The Spectre of James Bond’s Past Haunts SPECTRE"
Could this finally be the one that brings Leonardo DiCaprio an Oscar, or will he once again have to pretend to be happy for someone else before he goes home to cry into a supermodel’s lap?Read more "‘The Revenant’ Trailer Looks Mucky but Incredible"
Based on the trailer, this looks to be yet another of David O. Russell’s loose, shaggy period dramas about the American Dream.Read more "Joy (trailer review)"
I watched Carol Reed’s Odd Man Out as part of the 1947 in Film Blogathon SUMMARY: Johnny McQueen, leader of a clandestine Irish organization, has been hiding in the house of Kathleen and her mother, planning a hold-up that will provide his group with the funds needed to continue its activities. During the hold-up, things go […]Read more "Odd Man Out"
From the looks of the trailer, DC isn’t holding back on the craziness.Read more "Suicide Squad Trailer"
There was a lot to take in at this year’s Comic-Con, what with Star Wars news, a peek at the new episodes of the soon-to-be-ended Hannibal, trailers for The Walking Dead and its spinoff, some Marvel stuff, including the possibility of Old Man Wolverine, a Christmas Sherlock, and the first full-length trailer for Batman V. […]Read more "Coming Attractions"
Cinema has lost another legend today. Omar Sharif, the charming, sexy Egyptian actor with the eyes you could just curl up and die in, has passed away at the grand old age of 83. He will probably be most remembered for his roles in two David Lean films, Lawrence of Arabia and Doctor Zhivago. As […]Read more "RIP OMAR SHARIF"