The Christmas Hanukkah/holiday shopping season is picking up steam. For those of you who don’t live and breathe movies like I do, I’ve compiled a list of the best movies, DVDs and Blu-Rays that would make perfect gifts for that special someone.
Ah, November. The leaves are turning red, brown, yellow and any shade but green. And then falling. The air is getting cold and crisp. Thanksgiving is upon us. Christmas shopping. And good movies. Blockbusters and Oscar contenders, there are movies for everyone this month. Interestingly, five of the eight movies to watch this November are […]
It’s Halloween, which means it’s horror movie time! While many people will be out on the town Saturday night, Halloween itself falls on a Sunday – which means that most people will be at home, recovering from the night before and ready to watch some movies (oh, and some football). There are plenty of horror […]
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 […]
Summer is over, and kids are back to school. You know what that means: the studios are going to dump a lot of garbage on audiences this month. We’re being subjected to yet another Resident Evil movie, even though the third one was terrible, and Alpha and Omega looks like one of the worst cartoons […]
The summer movie season is fading. It is, after all, August. Unfortunately, the bad movies (G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra) far outweigh the good (The Sixth Sense) in this miserable month as studios drop the projects they at one point thought were worthy of greatness but have pretty much acknowledged most audiences would rather take […]
Actor Steve Carell has been solid even when scripts faltered – which has not been that often. Whether as the lead actor or as a supporting cast member, Steve Carell brings a quality to the screen that is hard to find among comedic-based actors – he brings a sincerity that defies the situation regardless of […]
As Inception plows through its second weekend of box office glory, Christopher Nolan’s lucid thriller is simultaneously solidifying its legacy as a classic of contemporary cinema. From the early days of film making (dare I say, since its inception?), theorists have speculated about the dreamlike nature of the cinematic experience and movies have perpetually tried […]