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“Whenever these movies make that much money they’re going to make as many as they can,” he criticizes.
“The Adventures of Tintin” might not be setting the world on fire at the box office, but it should. In a lot of ways, the film is the best “Indiana Jones” sequel Steven Spielberg ever made. It’s great globetrotting fun, with dazzling action setpieces, iconic visuals, and charming supporting characters. The story isn’t going to […]
Great news, “Transformers” fans! The man who brought the robots in disguise to the live-action big screen is in final discussions to helm the fourth installment of the franchise. Sources close to Michael Bay say an official announcement could come as early as next week. Those sources caution Vulture that Bay and Paramount do “not […]
It’s been a big year for indie darling Brit Marling. Not only did she break out onto Hollywood’s radar at Sundance in January with the two films she starred in and co-wrote, “Another Earth” (out on DVD now) and “Sound of my Voice,” but she’s also solidified herself as an actress to be reckoned with. […]
“Freaks and Geeks” is now airing on IFC, and we thought we’d take this opportunity to revisit the show that launched a thousand bromance movies. Every week, Matt Singer and Alison Willmore will be offering their thoughts on that night’s episode. Episode 9 We’ve Got Spirit Directed by Danny Leiner Written by Mike White “Cheerleaders […]
In Cannes promoting his new film, Oliver Stone’s “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” Shia LaBeouf publicly criticized the last film that brought him to the glamorously carpeted steps of the Grand Théâtre Lumière, “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.” According to The Los Angeles Times‘s Steven Zeitchik, LaBeouf opened up about his […]
Reviewed at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. For at least its first half, Oliver Stone’s “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” — the sequel to his 1987 original — may be the cinema’s best dramatization of the 2008 financial meltdown. With its rapidly cut split-screens and downward spiraling electronic numbers reflecting on the panicked face of […]