Blindness Trailer and Poster

Blindness Trailer and Poster

You combine Mark Ruffalo, Julianne Moore, Danny Glover, and Sandra Oh together and throw in some buzzwords like “epidemic” and “containment” you are sure to have a tough Summer competitor in theaters. Or at least something worthwhile for the...
Hoop It Up In 3-D

Hoop It Up In 3-D

High-definition pioneer Mark Cuban is taking another step forward: a 3-D basketball telecast. Tuesday’s NBA game between Cuban’s Dallas Mavericks and the Los Angeles Clippers will air in 3-D for an audience at the Landmark Theatre. Cuban, the founder of...
Japan Style: Review

Japan Style: Review

PhaidonIn shops now According to author Gian Carlo Calza, the introduction of tea-bags into the world have made high tea a “somewhat sterile experience.”  Huh.  Well, I suppose that tea, like many an Eastern tradition has been slaughtered as it travelled...
Snow Angels: Review

Snow Angels: Review

Warner Independent Pictures Now playing in select cinemas Director David Gordon Green’s new film SNOW ANGELS gives a haunting insight into a small town and intertwining lives that all come to an astonishing halt. Green (ALL THE REAL GIRLS, UNDERTOW) has brought...
Peter & The Wolf: Review

Peter & The Wolf: Review

BreakThru Films Academy Award Nominee: Best Animated Short Once the dust clears from the ceremony this Sunday, many of the shorts and documentaries that the general public haven’t had access to will roll out on DVD and online.  Whether or not “Peter & the Wolf”...
Vantage Point: Review

Vantage Point: Review

Columbia Pictures In cinemas nationwide on 22 February In the past, movies such as this one at least came with the decency of a memorable catch phrase that you could mockingly quote as the credits roll. “We have what we call a Broken Arrow”, or “Get...
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