Actress Kate Hudson sure does have the market cornered on romantic movies, doesn't she? That Shelf's Dara Moats has complied a Hudson-free list of Love Stories, rid of the Goldie-daughter's infectious smile and affability, but full of many other lovely things to embrace from other, less Kate-ian actors.
Bullets fly and bodies drop in John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum's thrilling new trailer
Black Panther will soon become the first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to be headlined by a Black superhero. Here are 15 facts you need to know about Black Panther before seeing it!
Somewhere between a natural continuation of the story arc kicked off by the previous “proper” entry of a franchise and a complete and total retconning of the same lies X-Men: Days of Future Past. It’s a stronger film than its immediate and proper predecessor, but thanks to some time travelling and convenient plotting, it essentially undoes most of the plot elements that didn’t work the last time out.
For the first two thirds of it's running time The Call is a smart and clever B-movie proceedural that benefits from some great performances, but just like how a real life 911 operator very rarely finds out how a call ends after they hang up, you might not want to stick around to see how this thing ends.
Earlier today our head film critic had his faith in movies nearly destroyed by Hansel and Gretel:Witch Hunters, tonight our other main film writer suffers the same nervous breakdown inducing fate fate at the hands of the already infamous Movie 43.
It's admirable that a film as ambitious as Cloud Atlas can get made at all, but sadly, ambition is all this messy adaptation really has going in its favour.
A new week begins and we're still covering the films of TIFF 2012! Today: Cloud Atlas, Quartet, The Impossible, Spring Breakers, Everyday, Writers, In the House, and iLL Manors