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Guitarist Andy Summers narrates Can’t Stand Losing You: Surviving the Police . Based on his memoir One Train Later , the doc examines the fast rise and even faster breakup of the band, while also spending time on the successful, and all too short, reunion in 2007-2008.
You’ll walk away from this film kno...
It’s been 12 years since the great Al Pacino has been involved in a project worthy of his talents. (His Roy Cohn in 2003’s Angels in America was his last great role.) He’s become a bit of a caricature in the last decade, appearing in some of its worst movies ( Ocean’s Thirteen , Gigli , 88 Minutes , Jack and...
Axe Cop (Thursday, April 16, FXX), season premiere: Few watched Fox’s failed attempt to take on both Adult Swim and Saturday Night Live with the late-night Animation Domination High-Def (ADHD—get it?) in 2013; fewer still are aware that the cartoon block moved to FXX in January of this year. Only the p...
Ryan Reynolds goes full-on insane for The Voices , a funny, gory and bizarre offering from director Marjane Satrapi, who directed the animated film Persepolis . Let it be said that The Voices is about as far away from Persepolis as cinematically possible—this is what I would call a major departure.
1. Interstellar (Paramount)
2. Unbroken* (Universal)
3. Wild Card (Lionsgate)
4. Exodus: Gods and Kings (20th Century Fox)
5. Into the Woods (Disney)
6. Big Hero 6 (Disney)
7. Penguins of Madagascar (20th Century Fox)
8. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies* (Warner Bros.)
9. A Most Violent Year (Lionsgate)
10. Annie (So...
Upon revisiting Interstellar on Blu-ray, I would like to make the following observation: Matt Damon kicks mortal ass in this movie.
Yes, I know, most of the hubbub involving this film focuses on the Matthew McConaughey performance, and whether or not the science ideas hold up. For me, the most startlin...