Although John Krasinski’s character died in the first film, he directed and wrote the screenplay for the sequel, which also stars his real-life wife, Emily Blunt.
The director and stars dish on the making of their latest film "Anthropoid", their other projects and much more.
Like other aspects of "Peaky Blinders," Hardy's performance is juicy and not tremendously concerned with subtlety. But then
The film, unfortunately, doesn't live up to the promises of its premise, but the notion of what happens to humanity as it begins to intersect more and more with technology is so potent that I feel an examination of what director Wally Pfister did right and wrong in exploring the concept is still worthwhile.
Transcendence looks snazzy, but upon closer examination you realize it's nothing more than a polished simulacrum of other, more accomplished films.
If you feel like "Her" is a step too far in the whole sentient artificial-intelligence thing, then next year's "Transcendence
Does psychic ability exist? Can human beings possess and access these kinds of mental powers? Anything's possible, I suppose. Can Rodrigo Cortes build a puzzle that remains mysterious until he places the final piece, thus surprising and satisfying an audience? No such luck, I'm afraid.
Cinefantastique Online's Steve Biodrowski, Lawrence French, and I went to see all the animal hijinks and weigh in on how the fourth installment of the Ice Age franchise fares, whether the filmmakers are at all invested in these films at this point, and where the hell did all the humans go?
The day's one bright spot was The First Time, a romantic teen comedy with a deft, light touch by writer-director Jonathan
Staring out at the audience with an emotion to thin and weak to be called despair, Krapp is a frightening figure. Whether