If you thought the rebooted Planet of the Apes franchise was pretty incredible, you’re going to be blown away by the most recent offering. The opening scene of the film catches your attention, and the director never lets you go.
Maleficent is portrayed as a woman betrayed and misunderstood. A carefree and happy fairy as a young woman, Maleficent falls in love with a human with dangerous ambitions. In order to be named successor to the king of the realm, her one-time best friend Stephen reappears in her life with the sole purpose of destroying her.
Take an enjoyable ride through the Marvel world of The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
ClassBrain’s Point of View Review has an early look at the second film in the How to Train Your Dragon series.
Once again we have been presented with a Marvel movie centered on the Wolverine character, played by Hugh Jackman. Unlike X-Men Origins: Wolverine, which failed on so many levels, The Wolverine, directed by James Mangold delivers the story, emotion, and action that the first one missed.
It appears that Rise of the Guardians may be a holiday sleeper. Don’t let it pass without taking the kids.
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Join Harry, Hermione, Ron and the host of other amazing characters from Hogwarts, and celebrate the end of an amazing literary and film journey with the final installation of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
Midnight in Paris is a bit of a people-watcher’s secret delight, as you find yourself picking out the various characters Gil meets during his strolls through the magical world of turn of the century Paris.
Thor is a great start to the summer of super heroes at the movies.
The Brothers Grimm would be proud of this new Red Riding Hood, although Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm called their version Little Red Cap. Decidedly dark and creepy, Red Riding Hood and her village are being terrorized by a werewolf.
The latest version of the classic Beauty and the Beast tale is now in the theaters under the name of Beastly. Aimed squarely at the current Twilight-teen crowd, Beastly features a truly nasty rich brat named Kyle, played by Alex Pettyfer; who we recently reviewed in I Am Number Four.
Watch the trailer for The Lost Thing, which won the 2011 Oscar for Best Animated Short.