to rome with love

Approaching the age of 80, with more than 40 feature films under his belt, Woody Allen continues to astonish, finding new ways to surprise audiences with each year's film.
Well, that is what's going to happen. Exactly. How so? Because when I was a kid, I always was super excited to see a female
Not really, the Clippers were always sort of the team that occupied the Staples Center on the Lakers night off. Yeah, no
Alec Baldwin gives insight into "To Rome With Love" and the cast's love for the city.
Frequently, Allen seems to play himself -- a neurotic, annoying, funny, oblivious creature who makes us cringe as he embarrasses, hurts and humiliates others through his outrageous actions and his thoughtless words.
In "Farewell, My Queen," based on the best-selling novel by Chantal Thomas, Diane Kruger stars as Marie Antoinette, kept
The movie sweeping Miami's independent theaters this week is "Trishna," a modern take on Thomas Hardy's "Tess of the d'Urbervilles
Unlike negative reactions to my review of The Dark Knight Rises this week, actual news happened last night in the form of a tragedy, when someone walked into a suburban Denver multiplex and killed at least a dozen people.
To Rome With Love isn't a great movie, but it does make you want to go to Rome. Badly.
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?