Garfield brought to life with the vibrant voice of Chris Pratt, is the globally renowned indoor cat with a penchant for despising Mondays and an unabashed love for lasagna.
Comic book fans are rejoicing over the unveiling of Blue Beetle’s first movie poster and release date. Look for Blue Beetle in theaters on August 18th, 2023.
Kenneth Branagh is returning to what seems to be a Poirot franchise. The new film is called A Haunting in Venice, the cast has been assembled for the new movie.
A mousy woman inherits an old movie house and starts making a series of grisly shorts, but her fans do not realize that the murders in the films are all real.
I am in the mood for a good flick this weekend. Kanopy to the rescue. It pays to have a library card. With a limit of five films per month, Lydia Lunch: The War is Never Over by Beth B is getting my full attention this weekend. I honestly do not know much about Beth B, so this should be a treat.
Star Clint Eastwood and director Don Siegel (Two Mules for Sister Sara, The Beguiled, Dirty Harry, Escape from Alcatraz) began their legendary collaboration with the crackerjack crime thriller Coogan’s Bluff. Eastwood commands the screen as Walt Coogan, an Arizona deputy sheriff who is sent to New York City to extradite captured murderer James Ringerman (Don Stroud, Joe Kidd). Coogan slips up, Ringerman escapes again, and the hunt is on! Coogan’s unorthodox law enforcement techniques don’t go over too well with frustrated NYC Police Lieutenant McElroy.
Legends collide in “Godzilla vs. Kong” as these mythic adversaries meet in a spectacular battle for the ages, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance.
It started with a surveillance video uploaded on YouTube in 2014. The video’s description claims that the clown’s name is Wrinkles, that he lives in Florida, and that he is hired by children’s parents to punish kids who misbehave. After the video went viral, other mysterious videos popped up online…Wrinkles pushing a cart through a parking lot. Waving alongside a busy highway. Holding balloons in front of a suburban home. The unsettling clips launched WRINKLES THE CLOWN to internet infamy. Cryptic stickers with a phone number were plastered on telephone poles and in bathrooms across the state, promising to terrify misbehaving children. Over 1 million voicemails were left. Wrinkles the Clown follows this eerie real-life character and explores the unpredictable spread of imagination in the internet age.
Too mean for 2D? Get those 3D glasses ready! Dr. Seuss’ THE GRINCH arrives in theaters nationwide on November 9, 2018.
In the follow-up to the Oscar-nominated film Wreck-It Ralph, our hero leaves his arcade for the expansive universe of the Internet. Disney’s artists have brought the world of the Internet (a world you may think you know) to life in an all-new, imaginative way. Through never-before-seen concept art, character sketches, storyboards, and color scripts, along with interviews with the production team, The Art of Ralph Breaks the Internet reveals the artistic process behind Disney’s highly anticipated sequel.
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVR4E6Q6u5g]There was a real little red-haired girl (Donna Mae Johnson) in Charles M. Schulz’s life. He loved her and proposed marriage to her. He… Read More »The Official “The Peanuts Movie” Trailer