Johnny Depp plays an itinerant Eisenhower-era journalist who travels to Puerto Rico, where he becomes obsessed with the drink of pirates and a woman in Bruce Robinson’s The Rum Diary.
Marc Forsterâ€™s Machine Gun Preacher is the true story of a former drug-dealing criminal and his extraordinary transformation to become the savior of hundreds of kidnapped and orphaned children.
A young man must figure out a way to bring down a system where time is money – literally – and is forced to go on the run from a corrupt police force known as time keepers, in Andrew Niccol’s In Time.
(NSFW: Language) We were glued to our sets for season one, so even a minute-long tease for the show’s second outing has us dying to see just who Nucky Thompson plans on ruining this fall.
Cementing our feelings that all clowns are creepy, this Spanish film tells of a circus clown whose tragic life turns him into a violent man – and the epic battle between Happy Clown and Sad Clown.
Based on a true story, this visceral picture takes us inside 1987 Iraq, as Saddam Hussein forces an army lieutenant to assume the role of body double to Saddam’s violent (douchebag) son, Uday.
The same week Sony was hacked by a group with the same name, they’ve taken wraps off of Roland Emmerich’s Anonymous, a drama featuring a conspiracy of Shakespearean proportions.
Director Mike Cahill’s allegorical tale follows an MIT astrophysics student, fascinated by the discovery of a second Earth, who crashes her car and kills a family while distracted by the new planet.
A veterinary student falls in love with a star performer in a traveling circus; together they discover their compassion for a special pachyderm in Francis Lawrence’s Water for Elephants.
Mary Surratt is the lone female charged as a co-conspirator in Abraham Lincoln’s assassination trial; she must rely on her reluctant lawyer to uncover the real truth in The Conspirator.
Matthew McConaughey stars as a criminal defense attorney working out of the back of his car who lands a deadly high publicity case that could make his career, in Brad Furman’s The Lincoln Lawyer.
Need a laugh today? Check out Jeff Smith’s Glove, Actually, a rather hilarious ode to the greatest slaps of the big screen – and there are plenty of them. We love the PoC montage at 3:53.
College freshman Adam Buckley finds himself dealing with the fact that he has to rob a convenience store as the final initiation step into Sigma Zeta Chi in Will Canon’s Brotherhood.
When she’s not laughing uncomfortably, Natalie Portman can act. In Don Roos’ drama, she plays a lawyer who wins her married boss away from his wife, but must deal with unexpected consequences.
Brad Pitt and Sean Penn star as father and son – their stories told decades apart, as Penn struggles with what led him to his present world. Terence Malick’s existential drama hits sometime in 2011.
Will this movie help Mel Gibson bounce back, or will it ruin him further? The movie tells the story of a troubled man who chooses to use a beaver hand-puppet as his sole means of communicating.
A convicted arsonist (Edward Norton) asks his beautiful wife (Milla Jovovich) to help manipulate the man who holds the keys to his parole (Robert DeNiro). Opens in theaters this Fall.
Sam Worthington, Jessica Chastain, Helen Mirren and Tom Worthington star in this drama, about a secret Israeli mission to capture and kill a Nazi war criminal, and what happens 30 years later.
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