William Hurt

A History Of Violence

February 23, 2006 // 0 Comments

When I first inserted "A History In Violence" in my DVD player I did not know what to expect, really. Then it reads there "A film by David Cronenberg." Okay… I had no idea. I remembered the trailers for the movie I had seen and it [...]

The Grudge

February 2, 2005 // 0 Comments

Since "Ringu" Japanese horror movies are all the rage here in the US, but mind you, not all of them are actually any good, and what works for Japanese audiences does not necessarily translate well to American moviegoers. For that reason [...]

The Village

January 4, 2005 // 0 Comments

With only a handful of films to his credit, M. Night Shyamalan has already reached a notoriety among movie fans like few directors and writers do. With his latest film "The Village" he once again proves that he has more in common with directors [...]

The Accidental Tourist

January 6, 2004 // 0 Comments

Macon Leary (William Hurt) is a stoic travel guide writer, evaluating the world through the eyes of a business traveler who would rather stay at home than spend his days in hotel rooms and foreign cities. The loss of their 12-year old son a year ago has [...]

I Love You To Death

July 8, 2003 // 0 Comments

’I Love You To Death’ is a black comedy that is absolutely funny and hair-raising at times. Featuring the comedic talents of Kevin Kline and Tracy Ullman in the leads, the cast is completed by River Phoenix, William Hurt, Joan Plowright and Keanu [...]

A.I. – Artificial Intelligence

April 3, 2002 // 0 Comments

In a summer when filmgoers were beaten over the head with far too many senseless, overpriced, and over-hyped blockbusters (with seemingly every trailer leading off with the trite, "In a world where . . ."), one picture quietly yet effectively [...]