"We were always joking around," says Robert Duvall.
Snowbound in the Big Apple? Try a bite of your favorite Warren Beatty flicks. Get out your DVD collection or surf Netflix. Here are mine. Agree or disagree. What are yours?
I bristle whenever Hollywood decides that it's time to remake a film from the recent past (although, with a history of cinema that only extends a little over 100 years, it's ALL the recent past).
The filmmakers seem to know a lot about addiction, but not very much about gambling.
Needless to say, certain tropes follow actor/ director/successful-son-of-a-famous father Rob Reiner around: one is the epithet
Forty-two years ago, the Oscar-winning saga about a fictional crime family was released nationally. Sonny Grosso had been hired by The Godfather's director Francis Ford Coppola to also help with the real challenges of filming the mafia family saga in New York.
Will Forte (who had a small role in the first film) joins the regular cast as Chester V, a famous innovator who has built
It sounds as if Ike's leaving Miami for a bit and heading to Havana. Can you preview how the new setting and the casinos
Weingus: Watch It I agree with the argument that Rebel Wilson ditching her accent here was a big mistake, but I thought the