For most professional baseball players around the world, all it takes to hit each ball is a strong will to win the game. But for Taiwanese players, things are often much more complicated.
Entrepreneurs Ben (Aaron Johnson), an Ivy-League scholar and philanthropist, and his best friend Chon (Taylor Kitsch), an ex-Navy Seal bad ass, grow the best cannabis in Southern California and run the most powerful weed empire in the state. The two friends also share the love of their mutual girlfriend Ophelia (Blake Lively).1 Comment
With "Step Up Revolution," their second summertime at-bat after "Rock of Ages," producers Adam Shankman and Jennifer Gibgot return to one of the things they do best -- making young unknowns look like the next big thing. In its fourth installment.
Sparkling insights on the issue of one's identity and the subtleties of twin sisterhood lie at the core of "Cha Cha for Twins" (寶米恰恰). The puppy romance spun around the central theme is sweet but also callow and somewhat stifling.
It's a good thing that J.R. Ewing only shot himself in a mirror in the final episode of "Dallas" back in 1991. Now he can rejoin the rest of the gang for a revival of the cult TV series.
Director Zoya Akhtar's road trip drama "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara" swept the top honors, including best picture and best director, at the "Bollywood Oscars" held late Saturday in Singapore.
The only question looming over "Titanic 3D," really, is: Does the 3D get in the way? The ever-canny James Cameron has wisely resisted the temptation to tweak the film's Oscar-winning special effects
Espionage films are ultimately about loyalty. Who can you believe? Who might go turncoat? Is there a dagger beneath that cloak? "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" confronts the dilemma of trust in every scene.
"We Need to Talk About Kevin" is a horror movie for parents. Strip away the showy flashbacks -- cutting between several pasts and several points in the present -- and it's "We Need to talk About Damien." Because the only simple, satisfying way of explaining the monster at the heart of this nightmare is "He's the spawn of the Devil."
If "The Lady" is any indication, Luc Besson, the Paris-born filmmaker behind such testosterone-fueled thrillers as "Taken," "Transporter 2" and "The Fifth Element," is having a tough time getting in touch with his feminine side. Yes, there was his recent script for "Colombiana," but at least as portrayed by Zoe Saldana, that was one tough chick.