Here are the winners of this year’s OSCARS! Life of Pi wins 4 Awards including Best Director! Les Misérables & Argo tied for 3 Awards. Argo won Best Picture!
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I’ll likely remain in the minority here, so let’s just get it out in the open first thing: I thought The Dark Knight Rises was a better overall film than its predecessor The Dark Knight. That’s not a diss to the second film; I thought it was good, just not the return of the cinematic messiah. That said, Rises is not perfect either, but I was able to dig it more and appreciated the thematic callback to Batman Begins. This third chapter is a bit jumbled at times but for all intents and purposes definitely closes out Nolan’s trilogy.
Fox announced today that Family Guy has been renewed for a tenth season and The Cleveland Show for a fourth season
Rio is a surprising treat of a movie by Blue Sky Studios, the makers of Ice Age, who are often overshadowed by animation giants such as Pixar and Dreamworks. While most people would expect another Dreamworks rip-off, Blue Sky Studios uses its underdog status to deliver a story of Pixar-level quality. Read the rest of this entry »
If there was one movie where the city not only becomes the backdrop but its own character, it would have to be the new movie by Ice Age director Carlos Saldanha –Rio. Rio takes us on a journey of a young blue macaw named Blu (Jesse Eisenberg) as he goes from his pampered life of small town Minnesota to the wild summer fun of party city in Brazil.Riois a breath of fresh air! Between the pulsating rhythms of the samba, the unique story of friendship and finding love, and the awe-inspiring backdrop of the city itself; you will arrive for the famous Carnival and come back for more.
I won’t mince words getting to the point: Rio made me feel great. Boasting a universally friendly story, a toe-tapping soundtrack and an outstanding all-star voice cast, Rio is sure to find its place atop the box office this weekend. There’s exactly one small quibble I have about this movie, and we’ll get on that later, but that in no way detracts from the absolute joy this movie is. This isn’t just your average fish-out-of-water story; there’s a lot of love and heart that makes this film worth seeing multiple times. Read the rest of this entry »
WARNER BROS. PICTURES ANNOUNCES ANNE HATHAWAY FOR CHRISTOPHER NOLAN’S THE DARK KNIGHT RISES
People like to feel good. We go to the movies to feel good. We take drugs to feel good (both the medicinal kind as well as the recreational kind). We have sex because it feels good. And lastly money makes us feel good and allows us to be able to afford the better things in life. And probably the thing that makes us feel the best in life is Love itself. It’s a rush of adrenaline and a drug all in itself. Love and Other Drugs is a movie that sets out to show us the role all of these things play in our lives, and how society and industries like the pharmaceutical industry can influence us all.