Julia Roberts Goes Vigilante In 'Secret In Their Eyes' Trailer: WatchThe trailer shows Jess and Ray finding her daughter's body in a dumpster, capturing her soul-breaking emotional reaction.
Movie Review: 'Paddington'<img src="http://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2013/12/2c2bd2.jpg" align="right" />Ben Wishaw is the voice of Paddington in this otherwise live-action movie.
Movie Review: 'Before I Go to Sleep'<img src="http://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2013/12/2c2bd2.jpg" alt="(2½ stars out of 4)" align="right" /> There will be no dozing off during this wackadoodle mystery thriller about an extravagant case of amnesia.
Movie Review: 'The Railway Man'<img src="http://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2014/04/2c2bd.jpg" align="right"/><em>The Railway Man</em> is an earnest, intense drama about the torture of a British Army officer at a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp during World War II, and the victim’s vengeful confrontation with his torturer half a century later.
Movie Review: 'Stoker'<img src="http://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/2c2bd2.jpg" align="right" />What an odd, fascinating, creepy movie.
Bill Wine Picks the WORST Movies of 2012"These are the ten hours of my life I most vociferously want back!" -- Bill Wine.
Movie Review: 'The Paperboy'<img src="http://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/17.jpg" align="right"/>Pulp fiction at its pulpiest and most R-rated outrageous, "The Paperboy" is a sweaty and sleazy southern-fried gothic.
Movie Review: 'Trespass'This bottom-feeding home invasion thriller sports a sadistic streak as wide as an airplane hangar and operates throughout at the very top of its thoroughly objectionable lungs.
<em>Bill Wine's Oscar Predictions:</em> Best Actress and Supporting ActressWho's likely to go home with the Oscars as best actress and best supporting actress? Bill Wine handicaps those races.
Movie Review: <em>Just Go With It </em>I went with it. I'm back, and it wasn't worth the trip.
Oscar Nominations: <em> They Wuz Robbed! </em>By now you've read or heard about the Oscar nominations. Well, KYW's Bill Wine begs to differ -- at least a bit.
Movie Review: <em> Rabbit Hole </em>Quiet tastefulness. Low-keyed sensitivity. Dry wit. Elegant simplicity.