Post Tagged with: "The Week in Film"

The Hangover Part III
(Warner Bros.)

The Week in Film: Sequel Hell edition

The Wolfpack and Vin Diesel return, but take heart: so do the Bluths!

Star Trek: Into Darkness
(Paramount Pictures)

The Week in Film: Captain’s Log edition (Part 2…or is it 12?)

Kirk, Spock & Co. square off against one of their own while a pair of smart indies vie for the leftovers.

The Great Gatsby
(Warner Bros.)

The Week in Film: Old Sport edition

Baz Lurhmann’s take on the Fitzgerald classic contends with painters, Nazi children, the Internet, and Peeples.

Room 237
(IFC Midnight)

The Week in Film: Kubrickian Conspiracy edition

Delve into Shining lore, join a Romanian monastery, save the world in a metal suit, and/or encourage Middle East peace. The choice is yours.

by April 30, 2013 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News
Mud
(Lionsgate)

The Week in Film: Water + Dirt edition

Unless your film has at least four big-name stars, forget about opening in town on Friday.

by April 23, 2013 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News
Ginger & Rosa
(A24)

The Week in Film: Cold War Boogaloo edition

Indies in London and Tokyo lead the way. Tom Cruise also makes an appearance.

by April 16, 2013 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News
Trance
(Fox Searchlight Pictures)

The Week in Film: You Are Getting Sleepy edition

James McAvoy and Ryan Gosling compete with Jackie Robinson and the fifth (fifth???) Scary Movie.

The Week in Film: We Have a T-Rex edition

The Week in Film: We Have a T-Rex edition

A trio of blasts from the past head our way this weekend. Crystal Pepsi optional.

On The Road
(Sundance Selects)

The Week in Film: Kerouac Attack edition

Picturesque beat poets, top-secret Israelis, G.I. Joes, “adult-friendly” Stephenie Meyer, and Tyler Perry on infidelity.

by March 26, 2013 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News
Stoker
(Fox Searchlight Pictures)

The Week in Film: Creepy Uncle edition

An early candidate for the year-end Top 10 is joined by what could be the year’s worst film.

by March 19, 2013 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News
John Dies at the End
(Magnet Releasing)

The Week in Film: Soy Sauce edition

A pair of burnouts try to save the world while magicians duel and Halle Berry answers the phone.

by March 12, 2013 2 comments Asheville film, Asheville News
Oz the Great and Powerful
(Walt Disney Studios)

The Week in Film: Hello Yellow Brick Road edition

“Oz” leads the way, but may very well end up being the weakest of Friday’s four new releases.

Jack the Giant Slayer
(Warner Bros. Pictures)

The Week in Film: Fee-fi-fo-fum edition

Magic beans and Englishmen never looked so…confusing.

by February 26, 2013 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News
Dark Skies
(Dimension Films)

The Week in Film: Tune in to Oscar edition

Watching the Academy Awards just got a lot more appealing.

by February 19, 2013 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News
A Good Day to Die Hard
(Twentieth Century Fox)

The Week in Film: Yippee Ki-yay edition (Part 5)

From soap opera to old age to the paranormal, love rules at the movies this week…and Bruce Willis wants to blow it all up.

by February 12, 2013 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News
Side Effects
(Open Road Films)

The Week in Film: Soderbergh Retirement edition (Part 2)

Is “Side Effects” truly the final big-screen film from the director of “Traffic” and the “Ocean’s” trilogy?

by February 5, 2013 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News
Warm Bodies
(Summit Entertainment)

The Week in Film: Benevolent Zombie edition

The undead or a lifeless film in which three legendary actors may very well be dead: your choice.

by January 29, 2013 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News
Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters
(Paramount Pictures)

The Week in Film: Grimm Remix edition

If the weather doesn’t scream “January,” this week’s new releases will.

by January 22, 2013 1 comment Asheville film, Reviews
The Last Stand
(Lionsgate)

The Week in Film: Arnold’s Back edition

He told us he would be!

Zero Dark Thirty
(Columbia Pictures)

The Week in Film: bin Laden Hunting Season edition

Zero Dark Thirty and The Impossible arrive to close out the 2012 awards season.

Promised Land
(Focus Features)

The Week in Film: Frack-a-mole edition

Matt Damon tries to sell us on fracking while Bill Murray goes Delano.

by January 1, 2013 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News
Django Unchained
(The Weinstein Company)

The Week in Film: Holiday smorgasbord edition

New Tarantino? Les Mis? It’s a Festivus miracle!

by December 18, 2012 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News, Reviews
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
(Warner Bros. Pictures)

The Week in Film: Tricksy Hobbitses edition

Peter Jackson returns to Middle Earth while Anthony Hopkins IS Alfred Hitchcock.

by December 11, 2012 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News, Reviews
Smashed
(Sony Pictures Classics)

The Week in Film: Young boozer edition

Not much in the way of new titles, but there’s plenty of quality still out there.

by December 4, 2012 1 comment Asheville film, Asheville News, Reviews
Killing Them Softly
(The Weinstein Company)

The Week in Film: Roberta Flack/Lauryn Hill edition

Brad Pitt reunites with his ‘Jesse James’ director in ‘Killing Them Softly.’

by November 27, 2012 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News, Reviews
Red Dawn
(FilmDistrict)

The Week in Film: Wolverines!!! edition

Red Dawn gets a makeover, but will anyone care?

by November 20, 2012 2 comments Asheville film, Asheville News, Reviews
Lincoln
(Touchstone Pictures)

The Week in Film: Honest Abe edition

Spielberg’s biopic leads the way.

by November 13, 2012 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News
Skyfall
(Columbia Pictures)

The Week in Film: Bond, James Bond Edition

007 is back, but cinephiles should rush to see Holy Motors first.

The Week in Film: Strong Cinema Festival line-up leads the way

The Week in Film: Strong Cinema Festival line-up leads the way

There’s an almost overwhelming amount of offerings this weekend.

by October 30, 2012 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News
Alex Cross

The Week in Film: Drag-less Tyler Perry is the new ‘Alex Cross’

A fairly mainstream slate of new films this week, plus an artsy documentary to liven things up. In Theaters When was the last time Tyler Perry starred in a film that didn’t have his name precede the title?  Isn’t such a stipulation in his contract?  Oh well.  In an unexpected turn, Madea takes over for Morgan Freeman as the titular[Read More…]

by October 18, 2012 0 comments Asheville film, Asheville News
Seven Psychopaths
(CBS Films)

The Week in Film: ‘Seven Psychopaths’ and ‘Argo’ vie for the top spot

Here’s the week in film.

Frankenweenie
(Walt Disney Pictures)

The week in film: Tim Burton returns to claymation with ‘Frankenweenie’

Rejoice, local movie lovers! Another great roundup from Ashvegas’ Edwin Arnaudin.

Looper
(TriStar Pictures)

The week in film: ‘Looper’ plays with time, ‘Imposter’ with minds

Another week, another crowded schedule, and another highly anticipated fall film.

by September 25, 2012 0 comments Asheville film, Reviews
The Master
(The Weinstein Company)

The week in film: ‘The Master’ leads a busy schedule

Ashvegas movie reviewer Edwin Arnaudin gives moviegoers a guide to Friday’s new flicks and DVD releases to look out for.

by September 18, 2012 2 comments Asheville film, Asheville News, Reviews