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Revolutionary Road

May 29, 2009

 Revolutionary Road

Between The Reader and Revolutionary Road, it’s safe to say that 2008 was been a very good year for Kate Winslet. She won or was nominated for all of the major acting awards for either one of these two films. She also won the big prize that she’s... 

Star Trek: Motion Picture Trilogy

May 26, 2009

 Star Trek: Motion Picture Trilogy

To coincide with J.J. Abrams rebooting of the Star Trek franchise, Paramount has re-released Star Trek II through IV in a box set with brand new extras that are geared towards new fans generated from the latest film. These three films were already given... 

Russell Brand in New York

May 21, 2009

 Russell Brand in New York

Russell Brand is a famous British comedian but he has yet to break big in North America and it’s certainly not for a lack of trying. He had a memorable supporting role in Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008) and an infamous hosting gig for the 2008 MTV... 

Taken: Two-Disc Extended Edition

May 20, 2009

 Taken: Two-Disc Extended Edition

When Taken (2008) was finally released in North America, after already playing in Europe for a year, it became a surprise hit. Not bad for what is essentially a B-movie revenge story starring an A-list actor. The film was produced by French filmmaker... 

Enchanted April

May 19, 2009

 Enchanted April

Adapted from the novel of the same name, Enchanted April (1992) was originally intended to be a television movie for BBC but the powers that be were so pleased with the end result that it was given a theatrical release and it garnered several Golden Globe... 

Tormented Trailer

May 12, 2009

 Tormented Trailer

Tormented is releasedin the UK on May 22nd. It’s about a teenager who comes back from the dead to reap his revenged. The films marks the first feature appearance from April Pearson, star of Skins.  Read More →

Galaxy Quest: Deluxe Edition

May 11, 2009

 Galaxy Quest: Deluxe Edition

When Galaxy Quest was released in 2000, it was a modest success but it certainly didn’t light the world on fire. Over the years, it has quietly amassed something of a cult following who delight in the film’s affectionately satirical jabs at the Star... 

The Hit: Criterion Collection

May 8, 2009

 The Hit: Criterion Collection

The Hit (1984) is a significant film for several reasons: it served as a comeback, of sorts, for actor Terence Stamp, it provided a young, up-and-coming Tim Roth with his first major film role, and it was the beginning of a great run of films for director... 

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button: Criterion Collection

May 4, 2009

 The Curious Case of Benjamin Button: Criterion Collection

For years now, the Academy Award has eluded David Fincher despite the consistently good work that he has produced. Films like Seven (1995) and Fight Club (1999) were too extreme for the play-it-safe Academy voters and The Game (1997) and Panic Room (2002)... 

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