LOVE THE COOPERS: A way too soon, holiday-centered comedy-drama with nothing that the talismanic invocation of the word “family” can’t fix.
The trailer for Mr. Peabody & Sherman is out now, it’s based on the characters from Peabody’s Improbable History segments from the The Rocky and Bullwinkle show.
Love Actually image: © 2003 Universal Studios. || This Chick’s Flicks logo: © 2012 Kristal Bailey. Some people celebrate Christmas Day with family, friends, and presents under a tree. Others, like me, celebrate with a trip to the movies and dinner in Chinatown. Regardless of how you spend the day
It doesn’t happen often, but every now and then life spawns two people who are so completely right for each other that they could only be wrong for everyone else. Such is the case of Pat (Bradley Cooper) and Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence) in David O. Russell’s SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK. Luckily for us, it is not only the characters that share this special affinity: Cooper and Lawrence are perfectly-balanced counterparts in this dark-yet-oddly-uplifting dramedy.
Who doesn’t love a good bear movie? I sure don’t. That’s why this week we are checking out 1996’s family adventure tale, Alaska. With an estimated $20 million budget, the epic only raked in about $12 million in domestic returns. The 2 hour commercial for Alaskan eco-touristism was filmed primarily in British
Dear Readers, We talk a lot about “guilty pleasures”—you know, those things we do or like that we know we shouldn’t. But, I wonder: How much “guilt” do we really feel about them? Maybe it’s me, but I just can’t muster any real “guilt” about loving some of the chick
Do you like fairy tales, Christmas stories, happy endings, and movies like Au Pair (1999)? If so, then on Tuesday, October 16, Lionsgate Home Entertainment has a new DVD just for you: A Princess for Christmas. For those of you who missed it on the Hallmark Channel, here’s the official Synopsis: Christmas is right around
Dear Readers, Last night I did a little research into the films available OnDemand in order to respond to a tweet looking for recommendations. Scrolling through the alphabetical lists, I came across the first movie that I had the pleasure of reviewing for Screen Invasion, and decided that it would