More bloodshed, new characters and unknown elements from the first two films are revealed in “Scream 3,” currently playing in theaters.
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Thank God it is Friday. Again. “Next Friday,” that is. Rap star/actor Ice Cube stars as Craig in the sequel to the 1995 hit comedy “Friday,” and again a lot is about to go down between Thursday night and Saturday morning.
In what was originally created to exist as nothing more than a direct-to-video release, the Walt Disney Pictures/Pixar Animation Studios sequel to “Toy Story” disproved the common belief that usually movies are not as good the second time around.
Sometimes real life experiences make for the best stories. When reality and fiction collide, an explosive mixture of cold facts and exciting drama creates a new experience.
“Three Kings” directed by David Russell, is a disturbing, dark comedy about war, politics and the media all collaborated and depicted during the Persian Gulf War.
Opening to disappointing figures and a ninth spot at last weekend’s box office, Touchstone Pictures’ newly released “Mumford” deserved nothing more.
“The Mummy,” rated PG-13 and starring Brendan Fraser, held the No. 1 ranking at the box office in its opening debut, The Universal Studios picture collected a non-summer record $44.6 million weekend opening gross.
While standing in line to purchase a ticket to the new movie “Go,” I pulled out my wallet and retrieved a $10 bill.
Meet Ben, a bachelor only two days away from wedding Bridget, the girl he thought was the only one for him.
It is sad to see truly talented actors in bad entertainment vehicles. Bill Cosby in “Leonard Part VI,” Robert Duvall in “Days of Thunder,” Lynn Whitfield in “A Thin Line Between Love and Hate,” Al Pacino in “The Devil’s Advocate.” Al, you were Michael Corleone for crying out loud!