Mark Wahlberg has long been a staple of the action genre and he’s at it again this Summer with the latest sequel to everyone’s favorite franchise, Transformers.
With this fourth installment in the “Transformers” franchise from director Michael Bay, I’ve been magically transformed from a bored viewer into a really bored viewer.
This unsparing biographical action drama chronicles a sad, tragic recent chapter in US Navy Seals history.
A lineup of new movies is ready for takeoff, with hopes of motivating us to venture out in the challenging winter weather in the direction of the nearest multiplex.
Between movie and television shoots and music concerts, celebrities are here all the time. And they love to go out to restaurants. So where do they go?
What do moviegoers have to look forward to (or, perhaps, in some cases, dread) through the rest of May and into June, July, and August?
This movie’s attempts at slapstick are about as funny as a tax audit.
Jessica Chastain stars in both of the weekend’s top box office draws, ‘Mama’, and ‘Zero Dark Thirty.’
Although the film has the surface elements that should make for a diverting entertainment –- watchable cast, plenty of plot, conflict galore –- the gears never quite mesh.
Mark Wahlberg stopped by to talk about his new movie Broken City.
Actor Mark Wahlberg joined Angelo Cataldi and the WIP Morning Wednesday and revealed some news about one of the 2012’s funniest movies.
Chris reviews New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s State of the State Address, Stephen Colbert’s jokes about the proposed trillion dollar coin, and the fallout against Brent Musberger fawning over Alabama Quarterback AJ McCarron’s girlfriend during Monday’s National Championship game. He talks to Philadelphia Magazine’s Tom McGrath about the 50 best restaurants in the city and filmmaker Phelim McAleer about his assertions that Matt Damon is lying about fracking.
The franchise reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man, with Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, which opened on Tuesday, finished first at the box office on its first weekend of release, earning an estimated $66 million and pushing its six-day total over the $140 million mark.
Chris talks to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about their weekend series in Miami and trading Jim Thome to Baltimore and to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup. He continues to follow the fallout from the Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare, updates the latest in the case against Congressman Chaka Fattah’s son, Chip, and details emails released indicating a coverup in the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse case at Penn State.
It was certainly a unique weekend at movie theaters, with a trash-talking teddy bear and male strippers lighting up the box office to the tune of nearly $100 million.