The badass heist thriller Triple 9 hits Blu-ray May 31st and we have copies to give away courtesy of Elevation Pictures.
Is there more going for heist flick Triple 9 than just its all star ensemble cast?
Dork Shelf and Elevation Pictures want to send you to advanced screenings of TRIPLE 9 on February 24!
We break down the new Blu-ray for Steve Jobs to let you know if it's shelf-worthy.
Steve Jobs must face ghosts from his past on the eve of three historical product launches in Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin's Dickensian take on this modern mythological character.
Insurgent is the obligatory sequel to Divergent, the latest series in a trend of young adult literature adaptations about dystopian societies... it ain't great but at least it ain't vampires.
A Little Chaos Gala/Closing Night Film Actor Alan Rickman’s stately period drama about the construction of the fountains and gardens at the Palace of Versailles couldn’t be more boring if it was actually about the intricacies of gardening. Instead, it’s an inert drama that doesn’t improve on the sight of the same actors digging for […]
TIFF didn't announce an opening night film alongside today's announcements of Galas and Special Presentations for their 2014 festival this September, but they announced plenty to get people excited for the event.
Enter for a chance to win a special Divergent prize pack, courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films, that includes a set of books, necklaces, a hooded sweatshirt, a copy of the film's soundtrack, and a pair of run-of-engagement passes to see the film!
The first thirty minutes of Divergent, the first in yet another young adult novel series trying to cash in on the success of The Hunger Games and the lack of Harry Potter in the marketplace, are really incomprehensibly bad. Then, almost miraculously, the film gives the audience two more hours of film and actually finds a way to make it entertaining.
We talk to Theo James, leading man of the next big YA novel adaptation Divergent about his character’s internal struggles, what being in a franchise could mean for his career, his fears of being objectified, why people seem to be drawn to dystopian narratives, and why he approaches every job the same way regardless of size or potential success.
A major misstep for the usually reliable Jason Reitman, the flat out bizarre romantic drama Labor Day can never settle on a tone or feel remotely believable for a single second. It wastes a perfectly capable cast by giving them roles that could never been seen as functional human beings, and it’s so latently sexist and just all around uneasy that it fails at whatever it’s trying to attempt.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to an advance screening of Labor Day in Toronto, Ottawa, or Montreal on Wednesday, January 29th at 7:30pm, courtesy of Dork Shelf and Paramount Pictures!
Labor Day Special Presentation Director: Jason Reitman Since 2005’s Thank You for Smoking, Reitman has produced quirky, critical character studies, each slices of odd, complicated inhabitants in their near-highs and terrible lows. (And usually JK Simmons waves hello). In Labor Day, Reitman travels far outside of his comfort zone for a tense drama about the […]
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.