We have gone through 51 editions of Make the Case without talking about the best Robin Williams movies.
Have a look at two new posters for these upcoming films. Cowboys and Aliens arrives July 29th. Trailer here. Warrior drops in to celebrate our two-year anniversary on September 9th. Trailer here.
Moneyball is based on the true story of Billy Beane – the man who changed baseball – and the Oakland Athletic’s baseball team. Director Bennett Miller (Capote) took over the film when Steven Soderbergh was kicked off the production. The cast includes Brad Pitt (as Beane), Jonah Hill, Philip …
Ryan Reynolds is Hal Jordan, a test pilot who becomes better known as The Green Lantern once a magical green ring falls into his possession. It seems like we are getting a new comic-book based film every other week this Summer, and this week is no exception. In The The film stars Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, Peter Sarsgaard, Mark …
We saw the trailer for the Straw Dogs remake a little while ago, now you get a look at the poster. It certainly pays homage to the original, with Dustin Hoffman and James Marsden having damaged their glasses. See both versions below. The remake of the Sam Peckinpah classic …
Holy shit. I guess living on the East coast will have its disadvantages every now and again. When I woke up this morning, I found that the Academy had steamrolled over a few of their guidelines in the nomination process. First up (per Oscars.org) The Board voted to institute a
“God bless Mama, Papa, Captain Midnight, Veronica Lake, and the President of the United States” – little girl’s bedtime prayer in Alfred Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt It’s difficult to imagine that the cinematic teaming of Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake could have happened in any other decade .
It’s an Entertainment Tonight presentation, but we still get a sneak peek at the upcoming film starring Brad Pitt, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Jonah Hill. Moneyball tells the story of Oakland A’s GM Billy Beane, and how he was able to put out the lowest payrolled baseball team to have a winning record.
The Tree of Life Directed by Terrence Malick (****) Since 1974 Terence Malick has directed just five films. Five folks, and the last three came after a twenty year absence behind the camera. He is revered by some critics and historians as a genius, a reclusive intellect who once
Check out this pretty cool featurette with David Fincher (The Social Network) and Christopher Nolan (Inception) speaking highly of Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life.