I've grown so used to having Dateline NBC's Chris Hansen around to stop all the world's predators, it's hard to remember a time before that--a pre-Hansen era when crimes against children still existed. Peter Jackson's The Lovely Bones takes us back to that time, the early '70s, when Hansen was still in school and Stanley Tucci was still able to rape and murder a girl without a camera crew busting in with some chat transcripts. The trailer has just been released, and it looks like the must-see dead-girl-watching-from-Heaven-as-Mark-Wahlberg-solves-her-murder film of the year.
UPDATE: Alright, I guess it's not on YouTube anymore. It's on the Apple, though.
With members of radical group the Weather Underground still at large since the '70s, young ace reporter Shia LaBeouf decides to finally start asking some questions in The Company You Keep, the latest government-ish thriller from Robert Redford. The director also co-stars, playi... / Continue →
You may think replacing the Bourne series' title hero with Jeremy Renner's whoever-the-fuck was just a reactionary afterthought to the departure of franchise star Matt Damon, but you could not be more wrong, insists this first trailer for The Bourne Legacy. "THERE WAS NEVER JUS... / Continue →
A Drive that's better than The Cars' Drive? Yes, impossible, I know, but Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive looks like it comes pret-ty close. Reverting back from ab-flashing, rom-com Ryan Gosling to classic, indie Ryan Gosling, Ryan Gosling plays the kind of stoic bad-ass usually re... / Continue →