Robert De Niro
There’s no better feeling than being able to watch a movie that was circulating in top form more than 15 years ago.
This tale of parallel experiences finds the son wondering whether he’s just as deluded as his father, whom he desperately wants not to turn into.
Producer and director Garry Marshall brings back Valentine’s Day’s Jessica Biel and Ashton Kutcher while welcoming the thriving local populace to his cast and then letting everyone alone to act in whatever style each of them sees fit.
What are the end-of-the-year flicks that we’ll be flocking to during the holiday season and beyond?
The animated adventure, in 3-D, finished first at the box office in its second weekend of re-release, besting the four new attractions by earning an estimated $22-million.
The makers seem to think that gunfire exchanges represent the height of drama. They couldn’t be more wrong. As for the rooting interest aspect of the film, it’s muddy at best.
Five movies, two holdovers and three new titles, competed for the attention of moviegoers, each breaking the $10 million mark but none breaking the $20 million mark.
“Limitless” is an admittedly limited but fascinating what-if thriller, a pharmaceutical fantasy about being all you can be without joining the military.
There’s an interesting list of (somewhat obscure) video releases this week.
The film stars Montogomery County native and Germantown Academy graduate Bradley Cooper, along with Robert De Niro.
Our initial release of home videos for the new year is far from exciting — unless you’re turned on by the comedy “Dinner For Schmucks.”
Boy, should this franchise have stopped at two!
Here are the year-end attractions moviegoers will be treated to (or, in some cases, subjected to) through the upcoming holiday season.
The meandering script that Robert De Niro and Edward Norton are saddled with in this prison thriller eventually frustrates us with its awkwardness and arbitrariness.