Although you probably don’t need an excuse to see this Oscar-winning 1993 classic again, you’ve got one if you do: it’s now in 3D.
Here are Bill’s picks for the director and the film most likely to take their respective Oscar prizes.
“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2″, the fifth and final installment in the wildly popular series of supernatural vampire fantasies, lifted off to a runaway first-place finish by earning an estimated $141 million in its weekend debut, slightly more than the opening take of its predecessor, “Part 1″.
“Lincoln” brings the iconic Abraham Lincoln down to earth, but without diminishing him in any way.
With the escapist summer movie season in the books, the 2012 Oscar races will soon be coming into view as the serious-minded fall feature films taxi down the runway.
Thirty-seven summers ago, Universal Pictures changed the nature of American moviegoing by introducing “Jaws” with a radio and television promotional blitz never before seen.
It’s not only outlandish but ridiculous and pointless.
Spielberg tries not to overdo the self-conscious tear-jerking. He succeeds, but at a price.
Tintin is herehere. Finally. Of course, just how grateful each of us is about the arrival of The Adventures of Tintin will vary wildly.
What are the end-of-the-year flicks that we’ll be flocking to during the holiday season and beyond?
With Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig headlining director Jon Favreau’s sci-fi oater, it’s as if Indiana Jones and James Bond had suddenly turned up for a gunfight. Y’know, “Indy and 007 at the OK Corral.”
Totals weren’t exactly super for Super 8, but they were more than good enough for a first place finish.
The sincere form of flattery that is cinematic imitation can also make for moviemaking magic.
Spielberg will present Brian Roberts, chairman and chief executive officer of Philadelphia-based Comcast Corp., with the Shoah Foundation’s annual Ambassadors for Humanity award at a benefit gala Monday night.