Saturday Dec 14
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Succeeds Greatly
Directed by by Francis Lawrence, with a screenplay by Simon Beaufoy and Michael deBruyn, and based upon the novel "Catching Fire" by Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games is one of the most successful film franchises of all time.
'Invisible' as dull as the Dickens
LOS ANGELES, Dec 2, : Director Ralph Fiennes suffers a sophomore slump with "The Invisible Woman," a soporific biopic about Charles Dickens' mistress.
Christian Science Monitor
'The Invisible Woman' trailer portrays Charles Dickens in a secret relationship
A new trailer is now available for the movie "The Invisible Woman," which actor Ralph Fiennes directed and stars in as author Charles Dickens .
Catching Fire finds the Hunger Games saga starved for new ideas - but its heroine still rocks
When last we left Katniss Everdeen, she of the steady bow and quivering lip, our screen heroine had thwarted the totalitarian entertainment state at their own game , doubling down with a double-suicide pact and sharing the crown with her fellow District 12 contestant, Peeta Mellark.
Film School Rejects
Anton Yelchin Will Reach His Horror Potential Now That He's Being...
A good horror movie protagonist has to be able to do two things. They have to be likable enough that you actually care about them when they're put in danger by whatever horrific threat they're facing down, and they have to project enough vulnerability that you really believe they might not come out of the other end of the story all in one piece.
Lawrence shows grit, determination
NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES, Nov 18, : Jennifer Lawrence has done the impossible: An Oscar-winner at 23 with one of the most successful film franchises in her quiver, Lawrence is perhaps the first bona fide movie star to emerge since Robert Downey Jr. blasted off as "Iron Man" in 2008.