While Hercules isn’t the first god or god-ish character in a film, Dwayne Johnson’s version ranks as one of the most bicep-y movie heroes of mythology. More normal-sized examples are here!
“It’s all about this wonderfully charged and awkward dance that we as men and women do with each other.”
The shooting schedule for “Boyhood” wasn’t bad. The entire film was shot in around 40 days. It’s just that it took nearly 12 years.
“The Purge: Anarchy,” out Friday, follows its 2013 predecessor’s conceit of an America where, for one night only, all crime is legal.
The notorious gangster spent 16 years on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list before his capture in 2011, and no one in the film denies that Bulger is a bad guy. Other truths proved more elusive, however.
Evil chimps, gorillas and monkeys return in “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,” out Friday.
The former is terrifying; the latter terrifyingly obsessive.
“Especially during editing, I literally thought about him perching on my shoulder, watching the film through his critic’s eyes — not his personal eyes,” James says.
"The Road," "National Lampoon’s Vacation" and more.
If you’re not a combat veteran yourself, you’re not going to understand what it's like "over there." Unless you’re Sebastian Junger.