Good news for all you Twi-hards: you need not wait until November to feast your eyes on Taylor Lautner’s chiseled physique.
Good news for all you Twi-hards: you need not wait until November to feast your eyes on Taylor Lautner’s chiseled physique. You need only wait until tomorrow, when director John Singleton (“Boyz N the Hood”) sends the young hunk in search of the truth after the lad finds his baby photo on a missing person’s website.
This unconventional sports movie is about how Billy Beane (Brad Pitt) transformed the Oakland A’s from a doormat to a playoff team in the early 2000s. Know that the adaptation of Michael Lewis’ best-seller was co-written by Aaron Sorkin, last year’s Oscar winner for “The Social Network.” Jonah Hill and Phillip Seymour Hoffman co-star for Oscar-nominated director Bennett Miller (“Capote”).
For those of you anxious to dive into a pool of sap comes this sugary inspirational yarn about a wounded dolphin nursed back to health thanks in no small part to a wide-eyed little boy (Nathan Gamble). Morgan Freeman costars along with Ashley Judd, Harry Connick Jr. and Kris Kristofferson.
Jason Statham joins forces with a slumming Robert De Niro to bring down Clive Owen’s secret military organization.
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Director Hark Tsui chronicles a bizarre murder mystery in which the most powerful woman in China (Carina Lau) relies upon the title character, an exiled detective (Andy Lau), to solve the crime before her coronation.
A woman (Agnes Kittelsen) longing to start a family with her abstinent boyfriend has her celibate world turned upside down by her “perfect” new neighbors.
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Gerard Depardieu, who has made airliner aisles his own personal urinals, plays a village idiot who encounters an aged author (Gisèle Casadesus) whose readings from one of her novels inspire him to be a better man.
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