Sitting in the theater, watching the end credits roll on Transformers: Age of Extinction, I was certain of two things: 1. That I'd just witnessed the stupidest movie of the year; and 2. It will make a billion dollars. Did I mention it's nearlythree hours long?
A FRANK and painful account of Australian pro-skateboarders Tas and Ben Pappas's descent into drugs and crime in this gritty documentary
HE's the star of some of the biggest films ever made (Planet of the Apes, King Kong, Lord of the Rings) but this is one actor who – thanks to cornering the market on performance-capture technology – can walk down the street undisturbed…
Step Up: All In, the fifth flick in the franchise, recruits a handful of disparate members from previous iterations and brings them together as a newly formed super crew who attempt to win a Las Vegas dance contest lorded over by Lady Gaga avatar Alexxa Brava (Izabella Miko).
Eminem and Rihanna: Why? He’s the reedy-voiced rapper from Detroit who defined MTV when the channel’s current demo was in diapers.
A lot of pop stars and rappers like to brag in their lyrics and on social media that they're ''living in a movie,'' but few actually do as much as Jay Z and Beyoncé. Since they're two of the most famous and powerful celebrities in the world, their lives genuinely are the stuff of a big-screen blockbuster. With On the Run (now through Aug. 6 Stateside), the couple's inaugural coheadlining tour, they've made the conceit literal and given it a three-dimensional platform.
It's difficult to tell what audience director Jonathan Liebesman (Wrath of the Titans) and producer Michael Bay had in mind while bringing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles back to the big screen. Is it the kids drawn to the hit animated Nickelodeon reboot or the middle-aged crowd looking to reconnect with yet another thing they loved in their youth?