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Anyone that walks by the movie poster for Bridesmaids will be convinced it's another Sex and the City type of movie. It’s not.
I've wanted to go to the Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico.
There are often actors that bring a lot of baggage to a role. It's safe to say Mel Gibson falls into this category.
It’s always refreshing to see an actor that usually goes over-the-top, scaling back to play a character that doesn’t call for that craziness.
This movie will probably get buzz with the cast, and lots of Metallica and Motorhead to attract the headbangers, yet a brilliant movie like Gordon-Levitt’s The Lookout went un
Kutcher has released a statement saying “We can fill the stage with laughter that will echo in viewer’s homes.
The film intertwines the stories of an orangutan care center in the Indonesian part of Borneo and an elephant center in Kenya, where teams rescue, rehabilitate, and return vu
In Water for Elephants, we saw a 3-ring circus that was just barely surviving the Great Depression.
The nod to a career of one of Hollywood's greatest screen stars
It’s the mid-1800s on the Oregon Trail, and three families hired a mountain man to guide them through mountains (I’ve stopped hiring mountain men since seeing Deliverance).
In this film version of the latest in the Marvel series of superheroes, Thor, the god of thunder, is sent from the mystical realm of Asgard (which looks really cool, like a Ye
Benjamin Heisenberg's The Robber, a muted character study about Austria's most prolific bank robber, resides somewhere on the fringes of the heist genre, both in te
The movie follows around Tim Harrison, who’s a jack-of-all-trades in this Ohio town (medic, sheriff, martial arts expert, and animal wrangler).
This is the true story of the turf wars between the Italians and Danny Greene, a former union boss that, after smacking around Bob Gunton, goes down the wrong path.
Another stumble in a series of intoxication-related troubles


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