The Coen brothers bring their Western to the big screen today in the form of True Grit
, which stars Jeff Bridges and Matt Damon as two men enlisted to hunt down a killer (Josh Brolin).
Lost somewhere amongst the flurry of limited December releases is Somewhere, the latest drama from acclaimed filmmaker Sofia Coppola.
The third chapter in Seth McFarlane's Family Guy Star Wars
trilogy, It's a Trap!
remakes Return of the Jedi
with the Family Guy
Michael Douglas returns to his Oscar-winning role in Oliver Stone's examination of the financial meltdown.
Kevin Spacey stars as disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff in this movie about the man's rise and fall. The movie more falls than rises, however.
Jeff Bridges returns to one of his iconic roles (well, sort of) in TRON: Legacy
. Is it worth the price of admission?
One of the biggest hits of the summer, Despicable Me
tells the story of Gru, the second most nefarious villain in the history of the world.
FilmJabber analyzes the snubs and surprises of this year's Golden Globe nominations.
In a year where we’ve seen the A-Team return to form and over-the-hill action stars reunite, another vestige of the 80’s – the buddy cop film – returns with The Other Guys, a late summer hit starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg. Now available on Blu-Ray and DVD, the movie attempts to play that careful […]
John C. Reilly and Jonah Hill butt heads in Cyrus, the amusingly simple drama-comedy that pits the actors against one another for the sole attention of a single woman. And who wouldn’t fight for Marisa Tomei? The movie, from writing/directing combo Jay and Mark Duplass, is a surprisingly charming and wickedly seductive battle of minds […]
Is this the last we’ve seen – or heard – of Mike Myers? With Shrek Forever After, the franchise allegedly fades into the sunset, leaving both Myers and Eddie Murphy without the box office juggernaut to line their pockets. No one is crying, least of all me. Read FilmJabber’s full Shrek Forever After movie review.
Boxing. It’s a sport that has lost its appeal and popularity. It certainly no longer captivates the public the way it used to. And yet in spite of this, or because of it, Hollywood continues to tell the stories of yesteryear’s stars. The latest entry in a long line of boxing movies, The Fighter features […]
One of the bigger disappointments of the year, The Tempest is a complete miss of a film. It’s hard to say how so many creative people can create a product so unentertaining, but I will give it a shot. Read FilmJabber’s full The Tempest movie review.
What a year Ben Affleck is having. Rising from a rather grisly early 2000s (remember Gigli, Daredevil and Paycheck? Better yet, don’t), Affleck is on the road to establishing himself once again as one of the foremost talents in Hollywood. The Town still stands as one of the strongest films of the year, besting Affleck’s […]
Black Swan is nothing short of a brilliant film and easily one of the best films of the year. Intense, unnerving and beautiful, Black Swan harks back to Aronofsky’s Requiem For A Dream in all of the best ways (although the film also shares many thematic similarities with The Wrestler). Like many of the best […]