Terrible things happen.
What would you do if before you took your next step, you'd be forced to make the ultimate decision of right vs. wrong, good vs. evil, should vs. shouldn't.
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Get ready for a modern tale of hard and frightening times to begin to fill the sleepier Hollywood list between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Scott Cooper directs and co-wrote (with Brad Inglesby) this tale of family and the drastic things people will do when blood is involved. The trailers reveal a dark tale full of angst and violence.
It’s a story that’s sweet and sad.
Philomena Lee was one tough woman.
Which films will Syracuse see next?
Your new offerings showed up on Wednesday this week because, well, that's the way the studios do it, bowing to Thanksgiving. And there are a lot of them. You might want to parcel them out some instead of taking them all in with a movie-o-rama. The next few weeks are quiet, as far as openings go because, well, that's the way studios do it, bowing to the Christmas run-up.
An American remake of the French-Canadian movie “Starbuck.”
In "Delivery Man," central guy David Wozniak drives the truck to bring customers the products from the family butcher store.
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The Winter Olympic Games starts its once-every-four-years extravaganza three months from now, on the slopes and in the rinks of the Russian city of Sochi. In some circles, there's more anticipation for this weekend's opening of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire." The second installment of what's promised as a trilogy reacquaints fans with the futuristic tale of children being forced to fight to the death for entertainment purposes.
The phrase "it's complicated" has come to be accepted in our society as the go-to label for any sort of relationship that's hard to describe. You know, when people might not be on even ground at all times. Maybe things are a bit messy. "It's complicated" cuts a wide swath through love.
It’s Christmas time. There is a wedding on the schedule. Old feelings surface.
If you're fortunate, your life includes a friend or two with whom you can pick up a train of thought immediately, no matter how many miles, months or even years have gone by since your last encounter.
The unequivocal star of this show is Domhnall Gleeson
Richard Curtis has given the world, among other quite British romantic comedies, "Notting Hill," "Bridget Jones' Diary" and "Love Actually." Curtis wrote and directed "About Time." And it happily fits his mix of humor and sensitivities.
Films opening this weekend
The first time I saw the trailer for "About Time," I thought: "Groundhog Day: The Love Story." Only instead of the familiar old bit in which Bill Murray opens his eyes and starts the same day over and over against his will, this escapade written and directed by Richard Curtis features a young man who discovers a secret power that's been passed along to the males of his family. Tim can travel back in time when he chooses to.