What did you think of FAST & FURIOUS 6? We dig in to all the Fast & Furious 6 spoilers in our latest edition of the Spoilers Forum.
BEFORE MIDNIGHT, the long-awaited and wholly endearing third installment in Richard Linklater’s epic tale of Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy), explores the formerly-star-crossed duo’s life as a couple—and the verbal and emotional maelstrom that defines their relationship. Witty, romantic, and captivating, BEFORE MIDNIGHT is enchanting on every level. An absolute must-see film.
Don Jon unapologetically takes on the objectification of….well, everything in our culture and sparks a conversation that begs to be had.
THE WORLD’S END trailer is hilarious! Directed by Edgar Wright, the film stars Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Martin Freeman, Paddy Considine, Eddie Marsan, and Rosamund Pike.
Filled with a wonder and imagination uncommon to most Western animation, Howl’s Moving Castle is never dull, but it lacks the unifying sense of purpose of Miyazaki classics like Spirited Away or Castle in the Sky.
“Before there was punk, there was A Band Called Death”, a 1970’s Detroit punk band formed by three African American teenage brothers- David, Bobby and Dannis Hackney. They are now getting the recognition they deserve, including being known as the first black punk band.
Christopher Walken & Al Pacino in a gangster buddy film? Great idea, decent execution.
Baz Luhrmann’s boldly theatrical take on THE GREAT GATSBY dazzles the eye but fails to nourish the soul.
The Wolverine trailer has slashed it’s way online from 20th Century Fox. The highly anticipated film arrives in theaters on July 26th.
We love this Man of Steel fan art by Luke Butland. The poster art is called “Fortress of Solitude” and is inspired by the upcoming movie.
Noah Baumbach’s most charming film to date, FRANCES HA, banks on the charm of Greta Gerwig in a bittersweet portrait of a woman in her late 20s still trying to grow up and fit in.
From its strong performances and darkly-witty dialogue, to its tragically-twisty plot construction and goosebumps-inducing denouement, writer/director Clark Gregg’s TRUST ME is inventive and impressive.
Check out our review for THE ENGLISH TEACHER. You can take away at least two principles from the film: Labels are only destructive, and nothing has to end the way it has to end.
Our second installment of Spoiler Forum uncovers the twists and turns of STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS.
Scene Invasion spoke with the stars of The English Teacher, Julianne Moore and Michael Angarano at the Crosby Street Hotel in downtown Manhattan.
Mike Le Han’s Mrs. Peppercorn’s Magical Reading Room is being turned into a teen indie feature called The Peppercorn Chronicles. It has landed Jodelle Ferland, Noah Ringer and Michael Eklund.
This week we have Cloud Atlas, Dexter: The Seventh Season and MythBusters: Collection 9 as the must have’s!
Cannes Film Festival starts this week and one film is already generating some buzz. Check out THE CONGRESS trailer, starring Robin Wright as a fictional version of herself that sells her likeness to Hollywood.