Welcome to the Berkeley, Calif., of the not-too-distant future, where things aren’t going too well. No phones, no power and — gasp! — no Internet. Yeah, “Transcendence” is another in a long line of movies that starts with the ending, then flashes back — in this case, five years earlier — to how and why it all happened. Note to all screenwriters: Enough, already. Just tell me the story; save the ending for the end!
Coming on the heels of “Noah,” “God’s Not Dead” and “Son of God,” the glut of faith-based movies continues this Holy Week with the Christian drama “Heaven Is For Real,” the true story of a 4-year-old boy who claims to have visited heaven during a...
It almost was refreshing to have sort of a down episode with this week’s "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."
“Moneyball” was a baseball movie that wasn’t about the sport of baseball but the business of baseball, based on a real story. That one did pretty well at the box office. So, reasoned Hollywood, let’s make a football movie that’s not about the sport...
It was like the end scene straight out of Terminator 3.
(Full spoilers ahead: Do not read if you haven’t seen Captain America 2 yet)Now Marvel is just showing off its brilliance.
Johnny Depp is a prince among actors – a solid performer, unafraid to take on risky parts, friendly to his fans, accommodating to journalists. Well, accommodating if you can get to him. At last week’s press gathering for his new film “Transcendence”...
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As fans of Kevin Costner know, he’s shown many different sides of himself onscreen in characters as diverse as nice guy Ray Kinsella in “Field of Dreams” and treacherous robber Murphy in “3000 Miles to Graceland.”
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