OSCAR WATCH: First Trailer for Clint Eastwood’s ‘Sully’ with Tom Hanks

Tom Hanks, Clint Eastwood and a heroic true story come together to make one of this awards season’s more anticipated hopefuls, “Sully.” The first trailer was released yesterday, giving a glimpse at the buzzy film. On January 15, 2009, the world witnessed the “Miracle on the Hudson” when Captain “Sully” Sullenberger (Hanks) glided his disabled plane […]


Richard Gere Joins Jon Avnet’s ‘Three Christs’

Richard Gere is lining up his next exciting project. The actor is set to star in Jon Avnet’s “Three Christs,” it was announced Monday. The film will be based off of the biographical novel “The Three Christs of Ypsilanti,” which is a book-length psychiatric case study by Milton Rokeach, detailing his experiment on a group […]


Check Out the New Poster for ‘Genius’ with Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman, and Jude Law

We get our first look at the poster for Michael Grandage’s “Genius” starring Academy Award winners Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman, along with Oscar nominees Jude Law and Laura Linney.  Lionsgate & Roadside Attractions will release the film in theaters June 10, 2016. Check it out below: Starring Colin Firth, Jude Law, Nicole Kidman, Laura Linney, […]


2016 Awards Profile: ‘Sully’ from Clint Eastwood

Welcome to the 2016 Awards Profiles series, where we talk about high and low-profile films coming to a theater near you at some point this year. We will analyze the potential for these films to be players for the Academy Awards, and while many of these have the potential to be recognized, many will not […]


Film Review: Mr. Holmes (★★½)

There’s something instantly intriguing about the idea of Sherlock Holmes in his retirement years. A mind that sharp, what would it do without cases to solve? Throw in the fact that Ian McKellen would be playing Holmes during this final stage of his life, not to mention that Bill Condon would be in the director’s […]


Watch the Official Trailer for Bill Condon’s ‘Mr. Holmes’ with Ian McKellen

Opens in theaters July 17, 2015. Directed by Bill Condon, Starring Ian McKellen, Laura Linney, and Milo Parker. MR. HOLMES is a new twist on the world’s most famous detective.  1947, an aging Sherlock Holmes returns from a journey to Japan, where, in search of a rare plant with powerful restorative qualities, he has witnessed the […]

Nicole Kidman e Colin Firth

Awards Profile: Genius

Welcome to the 2015 Awards Profiles series.  For the next two months, every day (except for Saturday), we will bring you a run down of a future 2015 film that we see as a potential awards vehicle for next year’s Academy Awards.  This is all speculative since with just about all these films, we haven’t seen a […]

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The Fifth Estate (★★★½)

Bill Condon’s The Fifth Estate educates, thrills, and morally conflicts in the most compelling of ways. It is a film that contains no easy answers, instead asking us to meticulously comb through the information given and decide if the often immoral actions taken by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange justify his goal of full, honest disclosure. […]


TORONTO FILM FESTIVAL: ‘The Fifth Estate’ Stumbles with Audiences

For the past few months I’ve said, “I’m pretty WikiLeaked out.” Earlier this year, Focus Features released the intelligent, although a bit sloppy, recount of the WikiLeaks phenomenon in We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks.  We’ve seen this real story unfold for years now in the media via CNN and the Today Show.  Julian Assange […]


First Poster for Bill Condon’s WikiLeaks Drama, ‘The Fifth Estate’

DreamWorks has unveiled the first poster for Bill Condon’s WikiLeaks film, The Fifth Estate. Benedict Cumberbatch stars as Julian Assange, and the story focuses on his and Daniel Domscheit-Berg’s (Daniel Brühl) relationship and the early days of the controversial website. The Fifth Estate has been selected to open the Toronto International Film Festival, and many expect it […]

Hyde Park on Hudson (***)

Perhaps no film this year has been easier to make fun of in advance of its release than ‘Hyde Park on Hudson’. I know I had a few silly names for it earlier in 2012 when comparing it to something like ‘My Week with Marilyn’, but go figure…I prefer this film to that one. When […]