Bonnie and Clyde

May 1, 2008 // 0 Comments

When "Bonnie and Clyde" arrived in theaters in 1967, it was a smash hit. Its approach to the real-life crime sprees of the notorious outlaws was brutally violent, starkly sexual and profoundly disturbing in its up close and personal depiction of [...]

No Reservations

March 25, 2008 // 0 Comments

From Scott Hicks ("Shine" and "Hearts In Atlantis") comes the romantic comedy/drama "No Reservations", which you may have already inferred is based in the restaurant business. Not just any restaurant, though; the fast paced [...]

Michael Clayton

March 7, 2008 // 0 Comments

"Michael Clayton" was recently nominated for several Academy Awards, one for writing and the other for directing. George Clooney (after winning in 2005 for the equally compelling and excellent "Syriana") was also up against Daniel Day [...]

In The Valley Of Elah

March 6, 2008 // 0 Comments

Since winning Academy Awards for writing "Million Dollar Baby" and Best Picture and Screenplay for 2004's excellent drama "Crash", Paul Haggis has been a very busy man. He also wrote the recent James Bond blockbuster "Casino [...]

Beowulf: Director's Cut

March 4, 2008 // 0 Comments

Robert Zemeckis was the driving force behind "The Polar Express, " in which he explored new grounds in computer animation. Unlike the Pixar approach in which everything is created from scratch, essentially, by the skills of modelers, texture [...]

Elizabeth: The Golden Age

February 6, 2008 // 0 Comments

Following the success of the 1998 film "Elizabeth, " which brought actress Cate Blanchett to everyone's attention, director Shekhar Kapur and writer Michael Hirst returned to 15th century England almost 10 years later to create the sequel, [...]

Eastern Promises

January 31, 2008 // 0 Comments

All of you obsessive David Cronenberg fans can rejoice, one of his films is finally released in high definition with the release of "Eastern Promises" on HD-DVD Combo format. The Canadian director's filmography is legendary among fans of [...]

The Heartbreak Kid

January 28, 2008 // 0 Comments

When the Farrelly brothers get warmed up, there is no holding back. Again and again they prove that the know exactly to make an audience laugh and how shock them at the same time by constantly pushing the boundaries of their bizarre – sometimes [...]

The Bourne Ultimatum

January 15, 2008 // 0 Comments

The Bourne Ultimatum is the third and possibly final chapter in the spy saga and was also, interestingly, the most financially successful of the three. No doubt strong DVD sales of the first two films pushed audience expectations and created a [...]

License To Wed

December 12, 2007 // 0 Comments

"License To Wed" is directed by Ken Kwapis whose previous experience is mostly in television, shows like "The Bernie Mac Show" and also at least nine episodes of "The Office". This light-hearted romantic comedy is mainly to [...]
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