It’s nice to see an action film that doesn’t complicate things just for the sake of looking smart. As much as I enjoyed most of the spy films from 2011, we saw almost every variation and mind-boggling complexity that the genre had to offer. In Haywire, which was initially slated for release early last year, we are treated to 90 minutes of undiluted action that stays within the boundaries of physics (and our attention spans) and out of the confusing details.
And the nominees for the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards are….
In the past ten years, we’ve been exposed to virtually every superhero under the sun, and it’s no surprise that people have been experiencing superhero fatigue. But those who are boycotting superhero movies today are missing out on some of the genre’s best work.
Classic 18th Century Brontë novel gets its first 21st Century movie adaptation
On February 10, Facebook’s Worldwide Community of X-Men Fans Will Come Together at Facebook.com/XMenMovies, For Exclusive First Look at Long-Awaited Trailer