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"Brighton Rock" is beautiful and visually accomplished yet numbingly bleak and ultimately unpleasant and unexciting. A certain sordidness is inevitable given the seedy ambience of the celebrated Graham Greene novel (on which the movie is based) about the...
Tags: Organized Crime, Movies, United Kingdom, John Hurt, Helen Mirren
Graham Greene created a chilling portrait of a young gangster Pinkie Brown in his novel, “Brighton Rock.” He also co wrote the landmark 1947 noir British film that starred a young Richard Attenborough as the calculating and sadistic Brown....
Fox 5 San Diego StaffAs burned out as we all are with the reboots and prequels -- and we wish Hollywood would just come up with some original ideas -- if a movie is great we forgive all that. It’s always weird when you have a film that has cameos from a few of the...
Tags: John Lithgow, Alzheimer's Disease, Movies, Tom Felton, Brian Cox
PIX11.comDirector Rupert Wyatt stopped by the studio to talk about his latest movie "Rise of Planet of the Apes," which comes out on August 5. A single act of both compassion and arrogance leads to a war unlike any other -- and to the "Rise of Planet of the Apes....
Tags: John Lithgow, Tom Felton, Brian Cox, James Franco, Freida Pinto
WGN Feature Reporter“Rise of the Planet of the Apes” evolves as you watch it. Let’s begin with the monkeys. If you’ve seen the trailer, you know they’re completely computer animated. The film’s first scene plays like a video game...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Apes have climbed to the top rung of the weekend box office. The 20th Century Fox action thriller "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" took in $54 million to open as the No. 1 movie, according to studio estimates Sunday. That was...
Special to The Herald-Mail"Rise of the Planet of the Apes" is a scary concept. I'm not talking about the plot (although I guess the idea aggressive, super-intelligent apes taking over the planet is kind of scary), I'm talking about the idea of the movie itself. Nobody was...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelYeah, “Puss in Boots” jumped the holiday movies gun last weekend. And “Tower Heist” and “A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas (in 3D!)” open this Friday. Jonah Hill has an adventure in babysitting (“The Sitter,”...
24 FramesAndy Serkis, who played Caesar, the hyper-intelligent chimp in this summer’s “Rise of the Planet of the Apes,” is getting an awards push courtesy of studio 20th Century Fox. Fox’s campaign for Serkis will test Oscar voters’...
24 FramesEighteen feature films have been submitted to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for awards consideration in the animated feature film category....
24 FramesA category full of questions: Will voters reward the relevance of “Margin Call”? How about a nomination here for Brad Pitt’s best acting work of the year? Has resistance to motion-capture performances started to crumble? Will anyone...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando Sentinel“Sarah's Key,” a superb Holocaust thriller starring Kristin Scott Thomas, may open as late as Sept. 2, I am now hearing. The release schedule is crowding up and when the only art theater in town gives up the whole summer to a couple of titles,...
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