In one week, two major divorces happened and our favorite heroine gave us another reason to love her.
It’s a lead performance to crow about.
At times the film seems little more than an ode to conspicuous consumption, although Emma Watson acquits herself well.
It gets points for originality and daring before the first credit rolls. But that wouldn’t mean a thing if it weren’t also amusing. Which it is and then some.
“The Hunger Games” devoured the competition at the People’s Choice Awards, emerging the top victor with five trophies.
If you search the web for celebrities, there are some boldface names you might want think twice about before you click.
A half-century after her death, she and her legend continue to haunt us. And that, combined with the pleasure of watching a skilled actress portray her on the big screen, makes ‘My Week with Marilyn’ fascinating despite its limitations.
It’s the movie version of the second half of the seventh and last book, and the conclusion of the highest-grossing international franchise in movie history.
Among the big names on this week’s home video list, Gwyneth Paltrow plays an emotionally troubled country singer torn between her husband and a rising young star in “Country Strong.”
Question: Has the final Harry Potter book been halved for the movie screen for commercial reasons or artistic ones? Answer: Yes.