Posts Tagged ‘Amanda Seyfried’
Rather a mess, but an exhilarating one, the latest iteration of the Peter Pan legend captures the quintessence of childlike wonder.
"While We're Young" is a surprisingly rich film about living life, dealing with the inevitability of age and, by proxy, death.
Simultaneously very funny and very thoughtful, "While We're Young" may just be writer/director Noah Baumbach’s most mature work to date.
A little movie with big ambitions, "Epic" is a nice-looking animated flick with too much story going on.
Though it didn't get the respect and Oscar bling it deserved, "Les Misérables" was the most emotionally transporting cinematic journey of 2012.
Bond, Bilbo, breakthrough Irish comedians and a bold choice for "Les Miserables" highlight Zoe's look at cinema from across the pond.
You'll almost have to laugh at the irony after realizing that much like the title suggests, both your money and your dignity will be missing after this flick.
It is quite ironic that "In Time" teaches us not to waste time yet steals two hours of viewers' lives.
This Gothic whodunit based on the classic fable is so self-serious it often ends up being profoundly silly.
Like the Brothers Grimm by way of "Twilight," with ancient forebodings about creatures of the night used as grist for the mill of angsty teenage lust.
“Letters to Juliet” is a unique creature, as it is a romantic comedy that doesn’t fall into the usual ruts associated with the genre.