As it has been written, 2013 was a pretty great year for movies. So great, in fact, that a simple top-10 list seems inadequate at best and incomplete at worst. As such, here's my list of the 29 best movies of 2013, a surfeit of titles that still manages to leave off pretty good movies like "Fruitvale Station," "Man of Steel," "Prisoners," "The Place Beyond The Pines," "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues," "Lee Daniels' The Butler," "The To-Do List," all the Scarlett Johansson parts in "Don Jon" ...
The writing is wonderful. The casting and acting is spot on. But what else could we expect from Writer/Director Richard Curtis?
About Time is a romantic comedy -- a genre I feel is fading in quality and relevance as repetition, the modern realities of relationships, and the myth of couples living "happily ever after" have exposed the shallowness of the genre's clichés.
Time travel is a tricky thing. It's a go-to plot device for movies that want to throw anachronistic conceits into a story
Was there any song you couldn't get? No, but there's a Nick Cave song, "Into My Arms," in the film. Bill says, "I wanted
The film About Time uses time travel to take us on an emotional journey and pose an important question: How do you make the most of life?
Written and directed by Richard Curtis ("Love Actually"), "About Time" focuses on Tim (Gleeson), a young man whose father
The 51st New York Film Festival is in full swing with quite the lineup of films this particular year. Upcoming still are the world premiers of Ben Stiller's The Secret Life of Walter Mitty and Spike Jonze's Her. Though, here, we present a round up of what we've already seen, which includes much anticipated titles like Captain Phillips, the Coen brother's Inside Llewyn Davis, and Richard Curtis' About Time. So, yes, why don't we get on with it already and round them up in a handy capsule format, just for you...
Just moments after making out with Ryan Gosling in the rain in "The Notebook," Rachel McAdams became America's romantic comedy