Prisoners is a long, heavy film that examines how far a person would go when confronted with tragedy that features a great turn from Hugh Jackman and a career best performance from Jake Gyllenhaal.
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Cary, NC – The Family, a new mob comedy starring Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer and Tommy Lee Jones has its fair share of laughs and earns a lot of goodwill from its impressive cast. However, the film can’t quite figure out its own tone, swerving back and forth between black comedy and extremely serious family […]
The Butler tells the story of Cecil Gaines, a butler who served eight presidents in his time working at the White House.
While Elysium deals with many of the same issues as District 9, it fails to create any emotional connection between its characters and the audience.
It’s been 13 years since Hugh Jackman first graced the silver screen as Logan AKA Wolverine in the first X-Men film.
Pacific Rim is the movie we all imagined while playing in the sandbox when we were 10 years old. And that is a very good thing.
The Lone Ranger forgets to inject a true sense of heroism to its main character and focuses just a little too much on his supposed sidekick, Tonto.
I can safely say that Man of Steel delivers a take on the superhero that is both refreshing and different from all other Superman films while also delivering some of the most impressive action sequences of any superhero movie.
The Internship, starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson is nothing more than an excuse for these two guys to be onscreen together for the first time since Wedding Crashers in 2005. And you know what? That’s OK.
Epic is a perfectly serviceable family film that kids will most likely enjoy and parents won’t be completely bored for the 90 minutes they’re in the theater.