Matthew McConaughey stars as Moondog in Harmony Korine’s new comedy,The Beach Bum. He’s a free spirit who lives for a good time – sometimes at the expense of not necessarily keeping to the law. The new trailer for The Beach Bum shows Moondog’s life of excess – and a judge warning him to straighten out […]
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In Harmony Korine’s The Beach Bum, Matthew McConaughey may have found his Dude – Moondog, the titular Moondog is a beach bum who plays bongos and is described as being ‘from another dimension). The Beach Bum will be in theaters on March 22, 2019.
For one month every year, five highly competitive friends hit the ground running in a no-holds-barred game of tag they’ve been playing since the first grade—risking their necks, their jobs and their relationships to take each other down with the battle cry: “You’re It!” This year, the game coincides with the wedding of their only […]
Summit Entertainment’s Now You See Me is one of the most intriguing movies of the summer, what with its blend of illusions and heists. After two terrific trailers, the movie’s opening sequence has been released online. It’s a clever introduction to the main characters and definitely draws us into the movie. Check it out after […]
Rise of the Guardians was the best animated feature of 2012 – no matter what the Academy might have thought. It’s smart enough for older kids-at-heart and filled with lots of action and cool stuff to engage younger viewers. That it didn’t even get an Oscar® nomination is sad, but that won’t matter to most […]
Magicians + Robin Hood = Now You See Me… Now You See Me is scheduled to be released on June 7, 2013. It’s magic!
After first encountering Rango’s brilliance in 3D, I was pleased to discover that the 2D version on the DVD makes up for the loss of that extra dimension by being bright, sharp and gorgeous. An unexpected plus was the inclusion of an extra feature that’s not listed on the cover – two, if you include […]
With its awesome animation and vivid colors, Rango is flashy enough to amuse kids [who won’t understand much of it] – but its sophisticated storytelling and references make it a joy for serious film buffs.
Johnny Depp is a busy, busy man. Follow the jump to see the original announcement piece and first Rango trailer.
Even though it was filmed before the global economy went south, Confessions of a Shopaholic is – however accidentally – definitely a metaphor for the recession on a personal level – and Jerry Bruckheimer’s anti-Bruckheimer film [the only explosions are those of an emotional nature] is a solid romantic comedy that nears, but doesn’t quite […]
Definitely, Maybe is a smart, witty, genuinely funny romantic comedy with intelligent plotting, real conversations and not one, but two happy endings – though not necessarily the kind of happy endings that you find in the usual Hollywood romcom.