We had a chance to speak with Jack Champion and Trinity Bliss, two of the young stars of James Cameron's sci-fi epic Avatar: The Way of Water, about their experience making the blockbuster.
We speak with two key performers from Avatar: The Way of Water – Bailey Bass (Tsireya) and Jamie Flatters (Neteyam) – about their grand adventures making the James Cameron blockbuster.
Avatar: The Way of Water delivers immersive visuals and surface-deep storytelling in equal measure.
Congratulations Mel Gibson, you've made a slightly better Passchendaele.
The Keeping Room has a promising premise and several ingredients for a successful bit of genre bending filmmaking, but the various elements never quite gel as well as they could or should.
There's a good reason why Jennifer Aniston didn't get an Oscar nomination this year. It's because Cake is almost unwatchably terrible.
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Cake Special Presentations A great, but not exactly against type turn from Jennifer Aniston can’t salvage this slovenly, misshapen dramedy about an angrily depressed pill popping woman with chronic pain and a wealth of repressed feelings. Claire (Aniston) has separated from her husband and lost her child following a tragic accident. She goes through her […]
Sabotage (David Ayer, 2014) – There’s an interesting problem with Sabotage that most films never quite suffer from. Once you go through the few supplemental features on the film’s Blu-Ray (which was not made available to press and I had to go out and buy on my own), you’ll get wind that there was a […]
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This week in DVD, the big time money maker, but already forgotten Safe House, the unforgettable bomb John Carter, a pair of films so cheesy they're fun, and... um... Act of Valor.
Wrath of the Titans shows marked improvement in terms of acting and the use of 3-D over its predecessor, but it's really still just a bunch of ugly looking crap happening for no reason courtesy of the man tapped to helm the Michael Bay Ninja Turtles reboot.
Ostensibly a cross between Inside Man and The Negotiator with a healthy dose of Michael Bay style ridiculousness, Man on a Ledge might be the most fun to be had in cinemas this January. It’s an unabashed crowd pleaser that really doesn’t care that it doesn’t make an iota of logical sense.
We're invited into the lives of Michael and Joanna, inside their exceptional apartment. Michael is a commercial real estate agent, while Joanna is a author. These two are married. We know this because they're arguing (heh). Having recently been hitched, I've come to learn that marital spats happen for two reasons, and two reasons only: money and women. For this couple it's the latter.
You may have heard of James Cameron’s new film, a little movie called Avatar. Cameron and others have hyped the film to no end, claiming that it will change cinema as we know it (and for $250 million, it had better!). Avatar features all the hallmarks we’ve come to expect from James Cameron: great action […]