the place beyond the pines
Spidey is back in theaters this weekend and we’ve got a new actor playing Harry Osborn, the incredibly awesome and very talented Dane DeHaan.
You can check out our best-of list here but that doesn’t mean we Screen Invasion writers didn’t see some real stinkers in 2013 too. We tallied up our worst picks for the year below. Interestingly, as you can see from our linked reviews, not all of us universally hated these
This week there are a few nice releases! Graceland, Trance, Ginger & Rosa, Starbuck, and Pieta are in my must have’s list.
THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES, the latest film by director Derek Cianfrance, is a poignant and haunting look at how fathers’ transgressions inevitably become their sons’ burdens. Starring Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, Eva Mendes, and Ray Liotta, Pines also features Rose Byrne, Dane DeHaan, Emory Cohen, Mahershala Ali, and Ben Mendelsohn.
Spring movies often get a bad wrap. Much like the fall movie season, these are typically considered cinematic leftovers. Spring films are seen as not good enough for Oscar contention, not blockbuster enough for the summer playground, and generally pretty skip-able. However, this year there are still plenty of quality
Over the last two years, The Weinstein Company has taken The King’s Speech and The Artist – both of which could have been conceived and filmed in almost any time period in which films existed – to Picture victories at the Academy Awards. Stormy weather certainly doesn’t cloud the boutique
Blue Valentine director Derek Cianfrance is teaming up again with Ryan Gosling in his new film The Place Beyond the Pines. The film stars Gosling and Bradley Cooper, along with a stellar supporting cast including Rose Byrne, Ray Liotta, Eva Mendes. Ryan Gosling plays a motorcycle stunt driver, who in order to support his newborn son, begins to rob banks. On
There have been many struggles in the attempt to get this AKIRA remake made here in the United States. At one point it looked as if things had fallen through but now things have taken a turn for the better. The word on the street is that Warner Bros. are