Ever wonder what Michael Bay's 2005 sci-fi thriller The Island would look like if it were anxiously licking its lips for some Oscar morsels? Not that bad, actually:
The film was directed by One Hour Photo's Mark Romanek, and is based on Kazuo Ishiguro's bestselling novel of the same name, so if you've read it, don't tell me if the kids really are just clones or something. I want to be surprised when I'm not that surprised.
From Atonement and Pride & Prejudice director Joe Wright comes a new excuse for stuffing Keira Knightley into some period costumes: an expectedly-lavish, single-setting production of Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina. Jude Law and Aaron Johnson co-star, though, as previously noted, y... / 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 →
Looks like Zach Braff isn't the only one upset he rammed his car into some innocents. Another Earth's Brit Marling shares a similarly melodramatic tale of reckless driving, but with one big difference: she might have just the contrived science-fiction method to stop herself fro... / Continue →