Valentine's Day is a perfect occasion to have that special someone over for a nice bottle of wine, a delicious meal and a movie. Just probably not these movies, unless you both have a good sense of humor.
"Gravity" was visually stunning and it uncannily captured the vacuum of sound that is space, but it was also boring and felt
"About Time" may have looked like a simple rom-com about time travel. It was not, however, and something we realized after weeping through the poetic beauty of the film's father-son love story. The film got us thinking: What other movies have held the emotive power to make us tear up?
"The Land Before Time" As a child, my cinematic intake revolved almost entirely around "The Land Before Time" series. While
For excellent reason, there have been many lists compiled with the best divorce movies. I'm talking about the modern classics -- War of the Roses for it's darkly comedic take on the effects of escalating tensions.
Derek Cianfrance's The Place Beyond the Pines is a sure-handed effort from a director who proved himself capable of dramatizing difficult human emotions in Blue Valentine.
When the crash comes, the police officer involved is Avery Cross. Just 6 months on the job, he hasn't learned to take things
And speaking of the magical world of Disney: On his accent: On his hordes of fans: On the girl we wish he would marry: On
By Christy Lemire, AP Movie Critic LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones play a longtime married couple who've
When Ryan Gosling isn't saving lives, looking at us from behind those smoldering baby blues or defending animal rights, he