“Saving Mr. Banks” chronicles the genesis of “Mary Poppins,” the 1964 movie musical that received 13 Oscar nominations and won five Oscars.
It’s passable entertainment for the kids, even if it even falls a tad short of “Ice Age” and “Robots,” by the same director.
“Dead Man Down” offers a shaky beginning and ending, but a terrific middle.
A caper flick with a narrative so arbitrary, scattered and disjointed, it’s like an intermittently entertaining prank is being played on the audience.
‘Total Recall’ is, ironically enough, just about entirely forgettable.
So what do June, July, and August have in store for us as mainstream attractions compete for box office dollars? Plenty!
Police say the 18 year old was shot multiple times as he walked out of a corner grocery at Tackawanna and Kinsey, he collapsed at Kinsey and Ditman (the site of a film set) and was pronounced dead at a local hospital.
There was a lot of excitement in Center City on Wednesday since Hollywood stars are on hand filming “Dead Man Down,” an action flick starring Colin Farrell and Terrence Howard.
Workers of the world, unite — at least in your rollicking enjoyment of this riotously funny, wish-fulfillment comedy about frustrated employees.
Jamie Foxx brought a double dose of entertainment to Atlantic City over the holiday weekend, hosting the Foxxhole Comedy Jam at Caesars Casino and performing a concert at the House of Blues in Showboat Casino.
This epic tale of survival is unbelievable. Literally.