Posts Tagged ‘Mark Ruffalo’
By trading on its source’s tight, fun ingenuity for craven, calculated gimcrackery, “Now You See Me 2’s” only distinctive trait is making all the fun disappear.
Guess the Marvel writers wanted Hulk to stop being angry. As previously reported, Hulk will not be enlisting in “Captain America: Civil War.” But never fear, Mark Ruffalo will once again take on the role of Hulk for “Thor: Ragnarok.” Tom Hiddleston will also once again take on the role of Loki. Chris Hemsworth will once […]
A textured performance by Mark Ruffalo as a loving dad with mental instability makes this a don't-miss indie.
Indiana film critics named "Spotlight" the best film of the year, while "Room" came in as runner-up. Click for complete awards coverage.
“Spotlight” is the truest depiction of journalism since … well, ever. It absolutely nails the rhythms and culture of the American newsroom on the hunt of a big story.
No, it wasn't quite the same thrill ride as the first movie — but how could it be? The "Avengers" sequel is still a CGI-enhanced corker.
A lot of Avengers will be coming back for “Captain America: Civil War,” but one of the most popular Avengers will not. Hulk will not be smashing things in the movie. Mark Ruffalo said that the writers intentionally took him out of the script. He also said the reason for Hulk’s disappearance is too important to […]
Here’s the official trailer for “Spotlight”! Spotlight is based on The Boston Globe’s real life investigation into a church’s massive coverup of their priests molesting children. Spotlight stars Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber, John Slattery, & Stanley Tucci. Spotlight will stop the presses this November.
"Infinitely Polar Bear" is a personal story with universal themes about what drives families apart, and keeps them together.
By Bob Bloom Mark Ruffalo’s performance as a father and husband struggling with bipolar depression is the reason to see “Infinitely Polar Bear.” This troubling family drama tackles a serious subject in a rather lighthearted manner, yet still adheres to its emphasis on showing not only the impact of this illness on the person who […]
One of the more overpraised films of 2014, "Foxcatcher" is a deeply odd character exploration that eventually gets lost in its own dirge-like fog.
A masterpiece of mood that subverts expectations of explosive moments and steadily simmers under your skin.
If a trick really is something a whore does for money, "Now You See Me" is a cut-above illusion that plays fanciful, fast and loose, but more or less fair.
French actor. British spies. U.S. presidents. German dentist. Alaskan wolves. Indonesian thugs. Japanese chefs. Bengal tigers. It's Nick's best & worst of 2012.