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Is Zack Snyder the Right Director for Superman?

For those of you who loved 300, at least liked Watchmen, the Superman project just got a whole lot more interesting. Several names have been circling the rumor mill in recent weeks, but the winner to direct the new Superman is Zack Snyder. Christopher Nolan is overseeing the project as producer and David Goyer is […]

Tony Gilroy: The Bourne Legacy Director

Waiting for a new Bourne Identity movie? Universal Pictures has hired Tony Gilroy to direct the sequel, titled The Bourne Legacy. Gilroy will also write the film like he did the last three – so at least there’s some consistency there. Gone is Paul Greengrass, who took the franchise from being a moderate hit to […]

Movie Review: The Social Network

Facebook. Love it or hate it, people are using it. The social networking website has 500 million users and counting, and for many it has become a way of life, a way to stay connected to friends and family across the country and around the world, especially the ones you don’t like enough to actually […]

The 7 Movies to See in October 2010

October has at least one Oscar contender and a whole bunch of horror films to choose from, so what will it be? FilmJabber has the answers in our guide to the movies to see in October 2010. Two of the movies are now playing in theaters, and the rest are coming soon – so have […]

Blu-Ray Review: Beauty and the Beast

Belle, the Beast and the teapots are back as Disney’s Beauty and the Beast debuts on Blu-Ray on Tuesday, October 5, bringing with it not only the classic movie but loads of magical special features. A fitting set for any movie fan’s collection (especially one catering to children, of course), Beauty and the Beast: Diamond […]

Let Me In: Better than the Original?

I believe the time when many years would lapse between the release of an original film and its remake have officially passed (if it didn’t already several years ago).  Just short of two years since the masterful Let the Right One In sneaked into theaters in limited release, Let Me In, the American remake will […]

Movie Review: The Secret of Kells

The Oscar-nominated animated film The Secret of Kells comes to DVD next Tuesday, bringing with it a dazzling spectacle of unique animation and creativity. Oh, and some bonus features. The movie is imaginative and well-drawn, but not as captivating or engaging as expected. Read our full The Secret of Kells movie review.

Book Review: Handling the Undead

There are thousands, if not millions, of writers in the world whose names will never be known and whose novelist careers will never earn them enough to make a living. And then there are the lucky few who receive the critical or market acclaim that elevates them to an entirely different level. John Ajvide Lindqvist […]

DVD Review: Get Him to the Greek Unrated

Drugs, sex and rock ‘n roll are on full display in the critically praised comedy Get Him to the Greek, available today on DVD and Blu-Ray. Starring Russell Brand as Aldous Snow, the sex-fueled singer from Forgetting Sarah Marshall, and Jonah Hill, who also had a role in Marshall (albeit a different one), Get Him […]

Blu-Ray Review: Jacob’s Ladder

The twisted psychological thriller Jacob’s Ladder was recently released to Blu-Ray, and I’ve been asked to review it. I’m two weeks late, so I’ll make this quick. If for some reason you haven’t seen this 1990 classic, go and rent it now. Or buy it. I don’t care, but watch it. It’s f**ked up beyond […]

Movie Review: Easy A

High school comedies are a dime a dozen, but only once every couple of years are audiences treated to a smart, edgy creation that defies convention and the genre as a whole. In the vein of Saved! and Mean Girls, 2010’s Easy A is a funny and witty production that showcases rising star Emma Stone. […]

Movie Review: M. Night Shyamalan’s Devil

The new movie Devil, marketed as M. Night Shyamalan’s Devil, was neither written nor directed by the great-turned-awful director, but it may as well have been. A laugh-inducing, horribly written and sadly directed horror-thriller, Devil is about as fun to watch as it is to listen to elevator music. Read the full Devil movie review.

5 Underrated Movies

Many moviegoers prefer to check with the critics before visiting the local movie theater or the video rental store. Whether these enthusiasts look at the movie reviews in the morning newspaper or stop by a website such as Rotten Tomatoes, they can usually rely on the critics comments to direct them to the best movie. […]

The Ender’s Game Movie: New Director, New Worries

Most of you reading this article are likely fans of the Orson Scott Card novel “Ender’s Game.” That also means that most of you are frustrated beyond belief that the Ender’s Game movie has spent years in development hell. The book is, to be frank, one of the best books in existence. In fact, I’ll […]

You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger Review + Giveaway

Woody Allen’s You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger debuts in theaters today, and we’re celebrating with a big giveaway and, even more special, our opinion! Enter today to win the You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger giveaway, and then head on over to our movie review. The romantic comedy-drama features an all-star cast […]
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