Archive for December, 2015

‘The Hateful Eight’ takes its unique Western on the road – Quentin Tarantino’s ‘The Hateful Eight’ Super 70 Roadshow is not only a unique movie-going experience, but also a distinctive take on a classic genre. http://ow.ly/39oZon

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Fresh and funny are the standouts in this week’s releases – This week’s releases include a horror anthology with a single vision; a colourful take on a classic tale; a woman who knows just what to say and how to say it; and a romantic comedy that isn’t too mushy. http://ow.ly/39kN9X

‘Extraction’ breaks the rules by the book – ‘Extraction’ is a conventional rogue agent narrative in which a son searches for his M.I.A. father with the help of a more noteworthy female operative. http://ow.ly/39kvzC

‘Sisters’ not only seducing cops with their charm – ‘Sisters’ hysterically documents the Ellis siblings’ monster house party that encourages bored parents and professionals to party like it’s 1989. http://ow.ly/39fZ4m

‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ delivers on promise of greatness http://ow.ly/397y37

It’s not often the new releases overshadow the library issues http://ow.ly/397ol3

‘In the Heart of the Sea’ stays afloat via its visual drama – ‘In the Heart of the Sea’ is one part visual spectacle and one part human drama as director Ron Howard reconstructs the survivalist tale that inspired ‘Moby-Dick.’ http://ow.ly/38YwVr