Emily Blunt

Movie Review: 'Into The Woods'<img src="https://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/213.jpg" align="right" /> It’s a pity that Stephen Sondheim’s lyrics, as always prodigiously clever, don’t manage to affect or amuse us even as they showcase his genius.
Movie Review: 'Edge of Tomorrow'<img src="https://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2014/06/31.jpg" align="right" /><em>Edge of Tomorrow</em> is a brutally funny (!) science fiction thriller in which an alien race has invaded Earth to wipe out the human race.
Movie Review: 'Arthur Newman'<img src="http://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/2c2bd.jpg" align="right"/>It’s essentially a two-hander of a road trip flick, starring Colin Firth and Emily Blunt as two lonely and restless souls reinventing their lives.
Bill Wine's Top Ten Movies of 2012Before 2012 can disappear from our memory banks, how about a look back at the year’s most gratifying moviegoing experiences?
Movie Review: 'Looper'<img src="http://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/3c2bd.jpg" align="right" />You won’t find a blooper anywhere in 'Looper.'
Movie Reviews: 'The Five-Year Engagement'<img src="http://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/31.jpg" align="right" />"The Five-Year Engagement" is a charmer that aims for sustained amusement rather than knee-slapping hysteria and amounts to two hours of smart, agreeable entertainment.
Movie Review: ‘The Muppets’Kermit may be green with envy, Fozzie may find it hard to bear, and Miss Piggy may still be waiting for the oink to dry on her contract, but the missing Muppets haven't missed a beat.
Weekend Box Office: 'Rango' Takes Home $38 MillionRango took the top spot while ending the movie industry's ticket-selling slump.
Movie Review: <em> The Adjustment Bureau </em>Is "The Adjustment Bureau" a thriller or a romance? Answer: Yes. And it works splendidly as either or both.
Movie Review: <em>Gnomeo & Juliet</em>"Gnomeo & Juliet," while no world beater, is a clever and colorful kidflick.
Movie Review: <em> Gulliver's Travels </em>Some adaptations are merely loose. This one is untied, untethered, and untoward.