Polish leaders and families of some crash victims attended the premiere Monday of a divisive movie that supports a theory that the 2010 plane crash that killed Polish President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others was an assassination orchestrated by Russia.
The cast of "The Tenants Downstairs" chisels the Chinese character for "NT$100 million" in ice as they announce the movie premiere yesterday at VIESHOW Cinemas, Xinyi District, Taipei, Tuesday, Aug. 9. The sculptures signified high hopes for a good showing at the box office.
This image released by Lionsgate shows Emma Roberts in a scene from the thriller, "Nerve." The film, based on the 2012 Jeanne Ryan novel, "Nerve," is an app-based game that's all the rage among the kids. You can choose to be a "player" or a "watcher."
A U.S. jury on Friday sent a former East Texas mortician whose murder case inspired the movie "Bernie" back to prison.
Jennifer Lopez's instant guilt coupled with Ryan Guzman's instant wacko routine deprives the film of any real sense of naughty indulgence, not to mention nuance
With the movie "Lucy" causing a huge craze in Taiwan and droves assembling at movie theaters, Tony Hsu (許東華), a student who recently graduated from The Affiliated Senior High School of National Taiwan Normal University (師大附中), made a video responding to the scene in which Lucy shoots a Taiwanese taxi driver because he cannot speak English.1 Comment
Dialogue is scarce and the movie seems to be strung together by a series of murders. The reasons for the murders and the motives behind the actions don't seem to be explained very well.
"Now You See Me" is like seeing a magician pull a rabbit out of a hat and then showing you how the trick is done, only to learn the bunny's dead. Everything's going reasonably well until the disappointing end.
Content based on classic Chinese ghost stories have been used and reused throughout contemporary films that rely on commendable action sequences and clichéd romantic storylines to keep them afloat at the box office.
"Trespass," Joel Schumacher's new thriller starring Oscar winners Nicolas Cage and Nicole Kidman, opens not just in theaters Friday, but also on-demand on your TV screen.