Depending on which source you believe, there are between one and two dozen -- yes, you read that right, dozen -- films opening this Friday in New York. Here is a brief look at a half-dozen of them.
BEST. SURPRISE. EVER.
Nat Wolff, Austin Abrams and Justice Smith bring John Green's trio of Q, Ben and Radar to life.
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But wait, there’s more! Nat didn’t leave his music days behind on “The Naked Brothers Band.” He and his brother still make
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What happens when you bring a talented, experienced cast and crew together with a well-written, multi-layered story, and everyone believes in the film's message? A movie, if we watch twice, helps us discover numerous lessons we may have missed the first time.
Before "The Fault in Our Stars" can even begin to steamroll the summer box office, another John Green novel has received
I have learned a lot from Jazz. I compare good acting to jazz music. The more you study and prepare as an actor, the more equipped you are to live in the moment. Just like the gifted musicians in my dad's quartet, it takes a courageous actor to be free.
Why did the iconic Jane Fonda agree to breathe life into this dribble? Much as I was rooting for Fonda, Peace, Love and Misunderstanding will not resurrect her movie career from which she was on hiatus for 15 years.
If you're ready for a raucous ride on the innocent side of wild, see Academy Award winner Jane Fonda strut like the many fancy chickens she keeps in Peace, Love & Misunderstanding, opening in limited release this Friday.