Ever wonder what Law & Order: SVU would be like less hokey, in French, and without either court scenes or the pedophile-judging scowl of Ice-T? Well, here's that, sort of. It's Polisse, the 2011 Cannes Jury Winner that follows the drama around the Paris police department's child protection unit. The film is based on real cases, and it looks pretty heavy. And since it doesn't have Law & Order's heavy reliance on guest appearances, you don't even immediately know that of course John Stamos is the pervert.
Born from a muddy CGI womb cradled amid Ghosts of Mars, 300, and a Sega CD cutscene from Sewer Shark, Riddick returns Vin Diesel to his role as a muscle-bound mole-man and drops him on a desolate, entirely Vin Diesel-colored planet. There, both bounty hunters and the even more ... / Continue →
Dancing birds. A dog's hindquarters uninterrupted by the puckered flesh of biological necessity. Have an unnecessarily loud, prolonged look at both these things with the first teaser for Blue Sky Studios' Rio 2.... / Continue →
After years wasted falling in love with time travelers and forgetting who she's in love with, Rachel McAdams has at last found her one true high-concept romance in About Time. The film stars Brendan Gleeson's son Domhnall--better known as Bill Weasley--as a young man whose fath... / Continue →