October 2011 Archives
Stephen Moyer and Topher Grace combine forces in The Double and tell Movie Fanatic exclusively about it. The Double is a spy thriller in the John Le Carre vein.
The Double Movie Review: A Spy is Born
The Double tries to paint itself as a spy thriller for the ages. Does the Richard Gere and Topher Grace film achieve that fact?
The Rum Diary Exclusive: Michael Rispoli on Johnny Depp and Filming in Puerto Rico
The Rum Diary star Michael Rispoli dishes working with Johnny Depp, filming in Puerto Rico and the joy of acting. Rispoli would relish the opportunity to work with Depp again.
Paranormal Activity Triple Feature: Tonight Only!
Paranormal Activity fans unite! All three of the Paranormal Activity movies will be shown together in a one-night-only event.
New Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol Trailer Teases Thrills
The second trailer thrills for Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol. Tom Cruise is back as Ethan Hunt in the fourth Mission Impossible film.
Anonymous Movie Review: Astounding
Anonymous asks the question: Did William Shakespeare really compose all that brilliant prose? In the hands of director Roland Emmerich and screenwriter John Orloff, the answer is not that simple.
Weekend Movie Preview: October 28, 2011
This weekend's movies run the gamut from The Rum Diary exploring Hunter S. Thompson's past to Puss in Boots getting his own movie. Also on screens is Richard Gere in The Double, Anonymous asking if Shakespeare is a fraud and Justin Timberlake as an action star in In Time.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 Jacob Trailer
Jacob is finally getting his closeup in the new The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 trailer. Taylor Lautner's Jacob is front and center in the new Breaking Dawn trailer.
Michelle Williams is Marilyn Monroe in New My Week With Marilyn Poster
Michelle Williams looks just like Marilyn Monroe in the new poster for My Week with Marilyn. The film chronicles one week during the filming of The Prince and the Showgirl.
In Time Movie Review: Mind-Bending Fun
In Time is what it seems and more. Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried sizzle in filmmaker Andrew Niccol's latest.