Tag Archives: Scarlett Johansson
Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s “Don Jon” is now on Blu-ray and you can win a copy!
Hitchcock could have been a great film. Instead, it’s just a good movie, fun, but rather light, with an excellent cast.
And Martin McDonagh’s Seven Psychopaths.
“The Avengers” is blockbuster/popcorn filmmaking at its best
Just in time for its arrival on DVD and Blu-ray, Mick Martin takes a look at “The Avengers.”
Kelly Stitzel is not really into superheroes and she hates 3D, but she went to see The Avengers anyway.
Blu-ray Reviews: Fine Acting for Any Season- “We Bought A Zoo,” “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy” & “Shame”
Last winter, as with every awards season, some of the best acted films were released in theaters, one for the masses, one for the high brow, and one for those daring enough buy a ticket to an NC-17 film.
Whether or not you’re a fan of Woody Allen this American Masters documentary is an exemplary study of the artist.
The relationship a woman has with her best girlfriends is unlike any other. Join Kelly Stitzel as she takes a look at some of her favorite female friendships in film.
Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark doesn’t officially open until March 15, but it’s already been slammed with some of the worst reviews in Broadway history. Luckily, Robert Cass is here to provide director Julie Taymor and her collaborators with a list of suggestions for a creative overhaul.