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The Adventures of Tintin is rousing tale of exploration that feels like an animated Indiana Jones. … More The Adventures of Tintin is rousing tale of exploration that feels like an animated Indiana Jones. Being directed by Steven Spielberg and produced by Peter Jackson this film uses brilliant animation to help tell a story of an adventure to recover buried treasure. The main character Tintin, is a journalist trying to find out why a model ship has garnered so much attention. The animation mixed with an upbeat musical score from the legendary John Williams keeps you on the edge of your seat the entire movie. Winner of the Golden Globe for Best Animated film, The Adventures of Tintin is an adventure packed movie that is fun for the whole family.
- Derek S.
>With the recent court ruling and the debate heating up, the EPIX Original Documentary, Schooled: The… More With the recent court ruling and the debate heating up, the EPIX Original Documentary, Schooled: The Price of College Sports, becomes even more relevant. The film expertly exposes the tainted history and existing flaws of the NCAA and pointedly highlights the stories of athletes this system has failed. Should student athletes receive a piece of this multibillion-dollar pie? Watch the film and decide for yourself.
- Julie H.
Spring is here and what better way to celebrate the open of travel season than a movie classic featuring… More Spring is here and what better way to celebrate the open of travel season than a movie classic featuring the always perfect Audrey Hepburn playing a princess vacationing in Rome? Eager to escape the spotlight, Princess Ann ventures out under cover to explore the city without being recognized. She of course meets a handsome newsman along the way who would like nothing more than a big story for the paper. As you guessed, fun and a little romance ensues. This movie always has me grabbing my laptop to see if I can find any good deals on flights to Europe.
- Valerie B.
Before they were Grumpy Old Men, Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau charmed and delighted us as The Odd… More Before they were Grumpy Old Men, Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau charmed and delighted us as The Odd Couple. After his wife leaves him, Felix moves in with his poker buddy, Oscar, and almost instantly, their habits and quirks begin to grate on each other. Hilarity ensues. Never have two actors been tailor-made for their roles – the uptight, neat freak Felix (Lemmon) and the untidy slob Oscar (Matthau). Written by the incomparable Neil Simon (The Goodbye Girl, Barefoot in the Park) and adapted from his stage play, the ‘Odd Couple’ concept has been re-made, re-hashed, and re-booted over the years, but nothing will compare to the delight of the original.
- Matt S.
Narc is a pulse-pounding cop drama that delivers on everything you'd expect it to - intense narrative, gritty… More Narc is a pulse-pounding cop drama that delivers on everything you'd expect it to - intense narrative, gritty characters, lots of action and an abundance of profanity. The movie finds Ray Liotta and Jason Patric as unexpected partners investigating the killing of a rookie cop, following the case through a series of twists and turns that will leave you on the edge of your couch craving the truth. It's definitely violent and not for the faint of heart, but if you're a fan of the genre, you'll enjoy.
- Melissa K.
This off-beat comedy-drama is incredibly thoughtful and heart-warming. With an Academy Award-nominated… More This off-beat comedy-drama is incredibly thoughtful and heart-warming. With an Academy Award-nominated script and Golden Globe nominated actor (Gosling), Lars and the Real Girl tells the story of an emotionally stunted and socially inept man who learns to connect to the people around him by falling in love with a sex doll. While Lars’s friends and family are initially shocked at his relationship, they eventually realize that how you love is much more important than whom you love.
- Mike G.
Man lives in the sunlit world of what he believes to be reality… So begins the open of the classic horror anthology… More
Man lives in the sunlit world of what he believes to be reality… So begins the open of the classic horror anthology TV series of the mid 80’s on which the movie is based. As in the show, you’ll be treated to short stories of terror featuring witches, mummies, monsters and killer cats! Not exactly the kind of stuff that’s going to give you nightmares, mind you, but I promise you will have a lot of fun. And what’s really cool is seeing early performances of the likes of Steve Buscemi, Julianne Moore, Christian Slater and others making appearances alongside 80’s icons like Deborah Harry (aka “Blondie”), David Johansen (aka “Buster Poindexter”) and Rae Dawn Chong throughout the film.
- Mike R.
Wanna get away? Journey into the future to Mega City One, a place filled with crime, poverty and an elite force of… More Wanna get away? Journey into the future to Mega City One, a place filled with crime, poverty and an elite force of officers that single-handedly operate as judge, jury AND executioner. Dredd, one badass MF, has the grit, the guts and the gusto to be a force you don't wanna mess with. Watch Karl Urban and Olivia Thirlby in the film based on the popular comic, Judge Dredd. And don't forget, he is the law.
- Graham W.