Life, death, war, peace, acceptance, forgiveness, getting lost in the dance – Bravetown is a story that embraces many themes as its lost protagonist comes to terms with his past and begins to let others into his life after he is ordered to undergo counseling.
Of course, there’s there more to it than that – a small town, high school, an estranged father, a girl – but this is not Footloose and these are not the same pat series of vents.
Bravetown is in select theaters and on VOD beginning on May 8th. Check out the trailer after the jump.
Continue reading Nimble Trailer: Bravetown!
In March, CBS will premiere two new procedurals that are at once distinctive yet familiar. Battle Creek (March 1st, 10/9C) is a buddy cop show with cops who aren’t likely to ever be buddies, while CSI: Cyber (March 4th, 10/9C) takes the CSI franchise into the realm of cyberspace.
Check out the first TV spots for both after the jump.
Continue reading Trailers: Battle Creek, CSI: Cyber
CBS mid-season dramas Battle Creek and CSI: Cyber have premiere dates. Battle Creek will debut on Sunday, March 1, 2015 (10/9C) and Battle Creek, David Shores expansion on a series idea by Vince Gilligan (Breaking Bad) will premiere on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 (10/9C).
Further details follow the jump.
Continue reading Battle Creek and CSI: Cyber Get March Premieres!
On November 27th (8/7C), FOX will air the two-hour special, The Great American Dog-a-thon. Executive produced and co-hosted by Hilary Swank this celebration of man’s best friend will be focused on the joy a recue pet can bring into our lives.
Some of the celebrities taking part include Betty White, Josh Duhamel, Fergie, Miranda Lambert, Kristen Bell and Kesha.
Details follow the jump.
Continue reading FOX Celebrates Rescue Dogs in The Great American Dog-a-thon!
Action, suspense, gunplay, action, a hot blonde, action, guys in wing suits, explosions, action, Shia LaBeouf, action, betrayal, McDreamy, explosions, Autobots, action, explosions, Decepticons, the dark side of the moon, action, teleportation, Chicago, more explosions – all in 3D!!!
Continue reading Transformers: Dark of the Moon – Better Than Revenge of the Fallen By Default!
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Two single adults become caregivers to an orphaned baby girl when their mutual best friends die in an accident.
Ever since I first saw her in ‘My Father, the Hero’ opposite Gerard Depardieu and Dalton James, I have always liked Katherine Heigl. She has that funny, friendly ‘girl next door’ charm that, to me, gives her an edge over the likes of Jennifer Anniston in romantic comedy movies . I just find Heigl more endearing. Which is one of the reasons why I was looking forwarded to watching the DVD release of ‘Life As We Know It’ since I didn’t get a chance to it in the theaters.
‘Life As We Know It’, which also stars Josh Duhamel, is the story of Holly and Messer, two totally opposite people who came away disliking each other after one disastrous first date and must now put aside their dislike for each other to take care of their orphaned baby god-daughter, Sophie.
Molly (Katherine Heigl) is your typical childless, single young woman with a busy, structured lifestyle. Messer(Josh Duhamel), is a stereotypical playboy bachelor. Of course, as is the way of these kinds of romantic comedies, their world is turned upside down when they find out they have both been appointed as one of the guardians for little Sophie after the the death of her parents.
Continue reading DVD/Blu-Ray Review: Life as We Know It- Good Romantic Fun
Maybe it’s just me, but I get the feeling that 3-D was made expressly for Michael Bay movies…
Beth [Kristen Bell] is the youngest curator at the Guggenheim Museum and in charge of her first big show – fourteen major works that deal with pain. When she takes forty-eight hours off to attend her sister, Joan’s [Alexis Dziena] wedding in Rome, something weird happens – she meets Nick [Josh Duhamel], a guy whom she likes almost as much as her job. But when she sees him kissing a spectacular brunette in a tight red dress, she gets drunk and stumbles into the Fountain of Love.
In a moment of ill-conceived defiance, she takes four coins and apoker chip from the fountain – causing the men who tossed them there to suddenly fall passionate in love with her: Antonio [Will Arnett], a struggling artist; Lance [Jon Heder], a street magician [take that, Criss Angel!]; Gale, [Dax Shepard], a narcissistic male model, and Leo [Danny DeVito], the King of Sausage. Beth comes to believe that Nick is the fifth …
Continue reading MOVIE REVIEW: When in Rome – Fresh, Fluffy Fun!