60-something friends Billy (Michael Douglas), Paddy (Robert De Niro), Archie (Morgan Freeman) and Sam (Kevin Kline) have been best friends since childhood.
Every once in a while there are films that are so strange and alluring you just have to watch them to appease your own morbid curiosity.
You’ve heard the songs a dozen times before and have probably memorized each brilliantly written lyric.
Over the last few decades Hollywood has made a mockery out of slavery.
Chances are if you are between the ages of 15-35 you have heard of Jackass and have made or seen a YouTube video re-creating one of their infamous stunts.
Robert Redford began his acting career in the ‘60s, playing small roles on the small screen (Maverick and Perry Mason).
If there was a poll regarding the best action heroes in the history of film, the #1 and #2 spots would most likely go to Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger. They epitomize the North American ideals regarding masculinity; competitive, muscular and totally machismo.
Ever since the dawn of cinema, there has been a growing desire to make extremely long films that stand the test of time.
There are certain films that can be watched and re-watched over and over again regardless of how much time has passed since their theatrical debut.
Tom Hanks’ name is synonymous with great American acting. Throughout his 33-year career the man has acted in a few videogames, a handful of television shows and over 50 feature length films. He has won 69 awards, 2 of which were Best Actor Oscars. With his performance as the title character in Captain Phillips he looks to nab a third.
In classic and new wave Hollywood, women’s roles in the entertainment industry were sparse and often reduced to gender stereotypes.
Among the cinephiles of the world, Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey is considered the greatest science fiction film of all time, while the general public might cite George Lucas’ Star Wars as worthy of holding the title.
Winnipeg has had its share of strange and unusual characters.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is a charismatic actor with a wide range of films in his repertoire.
Christianity and film are usually at odds in some way or another.
Throughout film history, German cinema has continued to astound and delight world-wide audiences.
Ever since Vin Diesel moved us as the enormous robot in The Iron Giant, the public has had a soft spot for him.
Throughout history, Christianity and music have been at great odds, often bitter enemies.
Perhaps the most well known Chinese writer-director in North America, Wong Kar-Wai has made four decades worth of sensational and spell bounding films.
Prior to her critically acclaimed television series Girls, Lena Dunham won film audiences over with her second feature, 2010’s Tiny Furniture.