BY Maggie Carr
on Feb 04, 2014
We are so thrilled to have the uber-talented Shailene Woodley on the cover of our February/March issue (on newsstands now!), and we're super excited for her breakout role as kickass heroine Tris Prior in Divergent.
(Plus, she zip-lined onto the Kimmel stage last night...our lady crush is deep and abiding.)
The trailer just dropped this afternoon! Watch it below, and let us know what you think...
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BY Emma Pacchiana
on Feb 03, 2014
The new Chloe Sevigny and Jena Malone vehicle The Wait is about two sisters, one of whom believes their dead mother will come back to life if her body remains in the house. It’s a sketchy premise that calls for some deft character development to make believable, so it’s to the credit of M. Blash, the film’s writer and director, that he can mostly skim over the original jumping-off point and create a compelling narrative about how we experience loss in our relationships. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Jan 22, 2014
So many films, so little time! The breadth and scope of this international festival is hard to grasp. I’ve been here for a week seeing 4 to 5 movies a day, and I feel like I just scratched the surface. As many of these films will be released over the next year, I am here as your guide to point you towards the right theatres to park your butt in. More to come!
That said, there is one film that is towering over all the rest. The new film by Richard Linklater, (Slacker, Before Midnight) BOYHOOD is the buzz film here this year. Read More
BY Dixie Laite
on Dec 13, 2013
Two of my all-time favorite things in the world are old movies and Christmas. So when the two intersect, my heart squeals and jumps up and gives my brain a great big kiss!
It’s time to stop watching those Hallmark Channel movies and gather the family ’round the big screen hearth and settle in for some truly delightful holiday movies.
5 Classic Christmas movies you NEED to know
By now everyone knows about It’s a Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th Street, and A Christmas Carol. Read More
BY Shannon Iggy
on Dec 12, 2013
David O. Russell, director of Silver Linings Playbook and The Fighter, delivers another smash with his new film, American Hustle. The film takes place in the 1970s, following an eager FBI agent (Bradley Cooper) who is reluctantly aided by two con artists (Christian Bale and Amy Adams) on a quest to expose corruption in Camden mayor Carmine Polito’s (Jeremy Renner) inner circle.
Performed by an all-star cast, American Hustle is a cunning tale of survival. Read More