Doug Liman

"You could see some fraternizing between them," second assistant director Steven P. Del Prete told HuffPost. "There wasn't
If I were going to make a 10-best list, it would probably include films like Boyhood, The Imitation Game and Selma, among others that will be on everyone's list. But, as good as those films are, none of them are on my list of favorites.
The film, which won the main prize at this year's Deauville Film Festival, is a character study of Bill (Wes Bentley), an insurance adjuster whose straight-arrow approach to life is shaken by what being jobless forces him to do.
Here's the good news: Edge of Tomorrow is not Oblivion redux. But here's the conundrum: As a result, the pendulum may have swung too far in the opposite direction.
Time-travel movies rarely make a lot of sense, something that "Edge of Tomorrow" kind of acknowledges -- either directly
Day after day. Over and over again. He can see his demise. But no on else can see theirs. Until....
If this sounds confusing, so is this film. Chaos has become plot and this is never a good thing according to an old chum
What do you remember about seeing the movie for the first time? The first cut of the movie, I remember watching it and feeling
"What I am about to tell you sounds crazy, but you have to listen to me. Your very lives depend on it." Those words are uttered
For conspiracy theorists, "Star Wars" is set to shoot in early 2014, but "Everest" won't go in front of cameras until March