Two great bio-dramas will hit theaters soon. One is about American history and the other about cinema history. Both promise to be crowd-pleasers.
In this week’s trailers, we get a few glimpses of movies to expect next year. One is another installment of our favorite smart-mouthed NYPD cop, while the other is a remake of a classic radio and TV franchise.
This holiday season brings us the finale to an immensely popular ‘tween melodrama. Hopefully, that means we can finally stop talking about it. Then, next year begins with another modern twist on a classic fairy tale.
In the movie trailers that we look at today, a pair of Autumn thrillers try to warm up the season with some suspense and action. How well will they immerse audiences into the world of hardened criminals?
A couple of new thrillers will hit theater screens fairly soon. Sadly, they don’t look all that thrilling. Is that just the fault of bad trailers?
Dramas based on real-life events are usually disappointing. True stories often don’t translate very well to the silver screen without seeming hokey and preachy. Here’s hoping that the following films live up to the potential that ...
Two action comedies will hit cinemas fairly soon, but only one of them is intentionally funny. The other just looks laughably stupid.
While we wait for Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone to team up in the sci-fi actioner ‘The Tomb’ next year, the two legends of ’80s action strut their stuff in separate projects.
This week’s featured movie trailers focus on a pair of upcoming animated titles. Sony Pictures Animation brings monsters to a secluded hotel, while Disney takes on the world of videogames without Pixar’s input.
In today’s movie trailers, Nickelodeon Studios gives Josh Schwartz a chance to direct a PG-13 teen comedy, while Sam Raimi reveals the origins of the wonderful Wizard of Oz.
The beauty of the sci-fi genre is the way that it allows us to see our world through different eyes, from a far distant point of view. Three upcoming sci-fi features do just that. The first movie questions our idea of what makes u...
While Daniel Craig’s Bond plays dead and tries to stop a terrorist organization led by another madman, Liam Neeson finds himself having to rescue another of his family members in a foreign country.