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In the screwed-up summer diversion Hancock, Will Smith plays a disheveled, hard-drinking, Los Angeles-based superhero referred to on the street by cute kids and peaceful oldies alike as an a--hole. The designation is a punch line in itself, uttered throughout the movie with a glee that challenges profanity conventions in a mainstream publication, since one of the feats Smith sets for himself in his latest attempt at Fourth of July box office superheroism is to apply his kryptonite-resistant personal likability to a character who is, at first glance, a real schmuck. After some sort of accident, the reluctant crimestopper doesn't know who he is or why he's in L.A. (hence the generic name John Hancock); he just knows he possesses otherworldly talents for flying and hurling automobiles, among other attributes useful for surviving in the City of Angels. And at first close encounter, he's an alcohol-soaked curmudgeon with a bum's wardrobe and a really bad attitude. Even those he saves wish he would go be a hero somewhere else.
The Speed of Thought
Wasn’t it just eight years ago that Nick Stahl was being groomed for Hollywood stardom, and started off his campaign with a major starring role in “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines”? Nowadays you’ll find the former John Connor plying his trade on a variety of direct-to-DVD movies, having produced an astounding eight — count’em, eight — movies in 2010 alone. Mind you, we’re not talking about cameos here; Stahl was the male lead in five of those titles, and had worthy supporting roles in the rest. Stahl already has five titles upcoming in 2011, including a regular gig on the TV show “Locke and Key”. Evan Oppenheimer’s “The Speed of Thought” is one of Stahl’s 2011 offering, and although moderately budgeted, was surprisingly quite good.
Stahl plays Joshua Lazarus, a telepath (or “scoper” in the movie’s parlance) who works for the U.S. Government (run by “Fringe’s” Blair Brown) in order to help pay the bills at an orphanage for similarly gifted kids run by the kindly Sandy (the inconceivable Wallace Shawn). Sandy’s mansion is like Professor Charles Xavier’s of “X-Men” fame, but instead of guys who can make snowballs and run through walls, these little tykes can all read your minds. Being that they’re quite dangerous unsupervised, the Guv’ment have made a cushy deal with Sandy whereby he supplies them with, essentially, spies for various bad deeds around the world. Human wiretaps without all that warrant baggage, if you will.
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Once upon a time, Disney was the king of animation. Today, in the realm of CGI and 3D, they remain at the top only by virtue of a partnership with Pixar. Hand-drawn animation - the kind responsible for many of Disney's most beloved classics - is passe (although there are frequent rumors of re-invigorating it), giving all big-screen cartoons the degree of sameness that results from increased computer participation. With Enchanted, Disney is opening a new front in the ongoing animation war. Call it "live action animation." While this is certainly not the first motion picture to blend drawn creations with real life actors, no movie to date has approached it quite this way.
Die Another Day
Imagine, if you will, the dispiriting experience of listening to an awful cover of one of your favorite songs. That's how I felt sitting through Die Another Day, the 20th official outing for Ian Fleming's super-spy. This is a train wreck of an action film – a stupefying attempt by the filmmakers to force-feed James Bond into the mindless XXX mold and throw 40 years of cinematic history down the toilet in favor of bright flashes and loud bangs. Since XXX is a Bond wannabe, that makes Die Another Day a second generation knock-off. What's missing from this movie? Any real sense that we're watching 007 rather than a generic spy in a tuxedo.
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Moscow, Belgium is a romantic comedy with a different flavor. Although it follows many of the familiar patterns that characterize movies of this genre, it does enough things differently to allow it to step outside of the norm. While some elements of the story are cut from the cloth of fantasy from which all romantic comedies are woven, the characters are down-to-earth and real. They are not pretty people searching for soul mates but the kind of individuals one might meet on the street or in a supermarket parking lot, which is where they first connect.
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Remember when, as a child, you used to fear the monster under the bed or in the closet - how your parents would tell you to go to sleep, that it wasn't real? Monsters, Inc. confirms what every child really knows - the things that go bump in the night have more substance than silly grown ups recognize. Brought to the screen by the marriage of Disney and Pixar, Monsters, Inc. is the fourth computer animated motion picture offspring of this union. Like its older siblings, Toy Story, A Bug's Life, and Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc. is a triumph of storytelling. Each new movie of this sort raises the bar a little more, and, while Monsters, Inc. doesn't eclipse Dreamworks' Shrek, it comes close.
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"It's my considered opinion that in the fullness of time, history will record the greatness of [Michael] Collins and it will be recorded at my expense."
-- Eamon De Valera, President of the Republic of Ireland, 1966
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Credit the marketing masters at Twentieth Century Fox -- they've managed to make Independence Day the most eagerly-anticipated motion picture of a potentially record- breaking summer. Tantalizing shots of the White House and Empire State Building being destroyed by alien ships have been shown in multiplexes since last Christmas. It's a saturation philosophy: show the previews before every movie and tell people that this is "the event" of 1996, and they will come. Whether Independence Day takes in $30 million, $50 million, or $80 million during its first weekend is irrelevant -- it will make a huge splash. Unfortunately, and perhaps not unexpectedly, it doesn't live up to the hype.
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I'll Do Anything
This certainly isn't the first motion picture to focus on father/daughter bonding, nor will it be the last. But I'll Do Anything has the distinction of being enjoyable and entertaining, while bringing a new twist or two to an old subject. Not everything works out quite as expected, and that's the biggest element of the movie's charm, because these days it's usually too easy to predict what's coming next.
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It seems that once every dozen-or-so years, Sean Connery has the urge to go back into Bondage. After turning in his tuxedo and Aston Martin following 1971's Diamonds Are Forever, Connery ventured into the acting market as a free agent. His vow to "never again" play 007 held for a little over a decade. Lured back by an enormous sum of money and the offer of limited creative control, Connery returned to Her Majesty's Secret Service in 1983, with the "unofficial" Bond entry, Never Say Never Again. Now, in 1996's The Rock, the veteran actor has once more come home to the action genre. Granted, his character is called John Mason, not James Bond, but Connery plays him exactly as he might portray a sixty- something version of the world-renowned British spy.
Empire of the Sun
Based on J.G. Ballard's autobiographical novel, Empire of the Sun stars Christian Bale as a spoiled young British boy, living with his wealthy family in pre-World War II Shanghai. During the Japanese invasion, Bale is separated from his parents.
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Out of Time
Matthias "Matt" Lee Whitlock (Denzel Washington) is the respected chief of police in the small town of Banyan Key, Florida. And Matt has recently executed a successful and high profile drug bust that turned up $450,000 in drug money.
Although he enjoys his job, his drinking while on duty is an obvious flaw in his character, brought about in ways by his pending divorce from his wife, homicide detective Alex Diaz Whitlock (Eva Mendes). Matt is currently seeing local resident Anne Merai Harrison (Sanaa Lathan) -- whose husband Chris (Dean Cain), a former pro quarterback turned security guard, abuses her.
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An Evening with Kevin Smith 2: Evening Harder
In this second QA with Kevin Smith he now enters the homes of some of his fans in Toronto and London.
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Spy Kids: All the Time in the World
The film opens when Marissa, (Jessica Alba) who is trying to to fight a villain named Tick-Tock, goes into labor with a baby girl named Maria and manages to defeat him and send him to jail. She decides to retire so she doesn't put her stepchildren or her newborn in danger or find out about her being an agent. The film then revolves around twins named Rebecca and Cecil Wilson (Rowan Blanchard and Mason Cook) who always bet and compete against each other. Rebecca has no respect for her stepmother as she think she can't replace her mother since their mother has died, and their spy-hunting reporter father Wilbur Wilson (Joel McHale) has little time to spend with them and has to go to work and has not even caught one spy.
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The story of the uncompromising artist and fighter for freedom, Domenicos Theotokopoulos, known to the world as El Greco.
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Not Another Not Another Movie
In this non- stop hilarious ride we follow a struggling Movie Studio that is willing to do anything to make a buck even if it means ruining its reputation, and running the Movie Industry into the ground. This film has everything that an audience wants from a LAUGH OUT LOUD COMEDY by taking a no-holds barred attack on the Spoof Genre from Blockbuster Action movies to Dramas and Documentaries to Popular Television shows.
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