If you saw Cars 2, it may seem like you’ve seen Planes because although the machines are different, the plot is very much the same.
Enough Said is an old-fashioned love story for grown-ups.
Ain't Them Bodies Saints lingers like a Texas sunset, taking its time, lengthening its shadows, bleeding out its colors, slowly covering its details with darkness and a sense of foreboding.
Jennifer Aniston is outrageously funny in We're the Millers.
This is a movie where everyone is dirty – the DEA, the CIA, Naval Intelligence, everyone. It’s a movie where everyone is violent, has access to knives and ammo, wants one thing, $43 million, and is willing to kill anyone to get it.
Steve Jobs could see the future, but he always seemed to have trouble with the present. “My job is not to be nice to people,” he said. “It’s to make them better.” And so, when you worked for him or with him, you couldn’t just get some things right, you had to get everything right.
Picture this: it’s a summer morning back in the days of your youth, nothing much going on, nothing planned. One by one, your friends – they all live in the neighborhood, as they did back then – drop by, looking for something to do and you find it and it involves physical activities that are mostly out of doors. You had days like that, right?
With its vintage jazz soundtrack and simple black and white credits where major actors are listed in alphabetical order, this is an instantly recognizable Woody Allen film, but not an extraordinary one.
Think of the Wolverine as the Marvel character with the bad haircut, played by an actor who is too old for the role.
This is the story of several women whose names you may not know, but whose voices you’ve undoubtedly heard. They’re the back-up singers who’ve sang with Ray Charles and Bette Midler, with Frank Sinatra and Sting, and the Rolling Stones and Paul Simon and so many other great recording artists.