When I saw the trailers for “How To Be Single,” I had one thought: here comes another raunchy rom-com where it ends with the girl finally finding her man. So I grudgingly attended the local screening and what I found was, surprisingly, not that kind of movie. Instead “How To Be Single” and its single protagonists Alice(Dakota Johnson), Robin(Rebel Wilson), Lucy(Alison Brie) and Meg(Leslie Mann) dive into singleness not as the plight of woman, but of woman finding herself. Set against the backdrop of the most expensive place to be alone in, New York City, Alice breaks up with her college boyfriend … Continue reading How To Be Single
“The Amazing Spider-Man 2” is one of summer 2014’s most anticipated films. Now that it is finally here, the audiences are looking to see if the webslinger series will continue to make due on promises made in the first film.
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The Coen brothers are known for their range of dark to quirky films, going by titles like “O, Brothers Where Art Thou”, “The Men Who Stare At Goats” and “No Country For Old Men,” so when their name is announced on a trailer for “Inside Llewyn Davis,” one has a bit of expectation.
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Premium Rush is the latest movie from rising star Joseph Gordon-Levitt, last seen in the Dark Knight Rises.
Here he stars as Wilee, a New York City bicycle messenger, one of the 1500 messengers on the busiest streets in the world streets, risking their lives weaving in and out of the traffic to cash in.
What starts out as a premium rush run, where extra money is offered for a faster delivery, turns into a life and death chase through the streets of NYC, holding in the balance the fate of many. Continue reading “Premium Rush”
Just five years after the last installment of Sam Raimi’s “Spiderman” series, Sony has set out to re-establish the web slinger in theatres. ‘The Amazing Spiderman” opens May 3 and stars Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker/Spiderman and Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy. Sally Field and Martin Sheen play Aunt May and Uncle Ben and Rhys Ifans plays the conflicted villain Dr. Curt Connors and his counterpart, the Lizard.
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