It’s a witness-to-history drama about the immediate aftermath of the JFK assassination and the events of the next four days.
“The Hunger Games” devoured the competition at the People’s Choice Awards, emerging the top victor with five trophies.
“These are the ten hours of my life I most vociferously want back!” — Bill Wine.
Pulp fiction at its pulpiest and most R-rated outrageous, “The Paperboy” is a sweaty and sleazy southern-fried gothic.
‘Liberal Arts’ is a distinctive and original film that majors in maturity and manhood, romance and regret.
After spending four weekends in first place at the box office, the science fiction epic, ‘The Hunger Games’, was finally overtaken by two new attractions.
This is an adaptation of the 2008 novel of the same name, a comfort-food romantic drama that may be formulaic but that delivers dependably for its target audience.
The animated feature, “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax”, with a voice cast led by Zac Efron and Danny DeVito, ran away to a first-place finish on its debut weekend, earning an estimated and surprising $71-million.
It’s a deforestation fable about the effects of industrialized society on the environment.
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?
by KYW’s Bill Wine Teen/tween heartthrob or not, Zac Efron takes another step in the direction of artistic credentialing and legitimate superstardom. In the supernatural romantic drama, Charlie St. Cloud, the enormously talented Efron plays […]