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Saturday, January 17, 2015

Some Actors Not Appearing in X-Men: Apocalypse?

Learn who said they and another actor might not be appearing.

Story by Matt Cummings

The return of the X-Men franchise in 2014 was flat-out one of the riskiest projects, but the time-traveling X-Men: Days of Future Past proved it could successfully blend time travel with two universes of actors into a fun and rewarding project. The film also reset certain unpopular storylines from X1-X3 which had alienated fans and put the franchise itself on shaky ground.

One of the reasons for the success of DOFP was the return of Patrick Stewart as Professor Xavier and Ian McKellen as Magneto. Both of whom were and still are popular in the movie universe, and perhaps Stewart is as best known for his iconic performance as he is for Star Trek: The Next Generation's Captain Jean-Luc Picard.

But while fans could breathe a sigh of relief at Stewart's return, DOFP set up a whole new series of questions about the next film, X-Men: Apocalypse. Aside from the appearance of the titular baddie (played by Oscar Isaac), Apocalypse will also introduce younger versions of several of the original lineup, with the exception of Wolverine (who will be played again by Hugh Jackman). However, fans should not get comfortable with seeing Stewart or McKellen any time soon.

During an interview with Larry King, Stewart was asked if he would be in Director Bryan Singer’s sequel. He responded with this:

I was learning quite a lot more about it last night, and it is going to be looking very much at the earlier lives of all our characters. And so I don’t think we’ll be making an appearance.

This news should not come as a shock. Apocalypse will occur in the 1980's, and both Stewart and McKellen are frankly too old to reprise those roles for that time. It's more likely that the First Class duo of James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender will return as Xavier and Magneto, respectively. This also means that actors who played Cyclops, Jean Grey, and Storm in X1-X3 will be recast. Say goodbye to James Marsden, Famke Janssen, and Halle Berry, at least for now.

However, in reading that Stewart quote, it should be noted that he did use the phrase "I don't think," which means he and other older actors could show up in the follow-up to Apocalypse or even as post-credit cameos at the end of 2016 film. Now that the series is back on solid ground, Fox is expanding their mutant universe with Deadpool and Gambit in 2016, along with a possible Fantastic Four crossover, a move that might show that a universe with older X-Men characters might not be needed.

Still, we think there's a strong chance that the duo will return for at least one more film. They are extremely popular, even with McAvoy and Fassbender in the mix, and a swan song might just cap off one of the best reinventions in movie history.

X-Men: Apocalypse is set to be released on May 27, 2016 with Deadpool arriving on February 12, 2016 and Gambit dealing it out on October 7, 2016.

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Fandango Sets Record For R-Rated Movies

Read on to learn which movie set the new record.

Story by David Clark

Fandango reported this week that pre-sold passes to Fifty Shades of Grey, which is set to release the day before Valentine’s Day, has set a record for the site.

The sites statistics revealed that Fifty Shades of Grey has set records for advanced ticket sales for R-Rated movies and is on pace to set a record for most sales ever. The movie starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan will likely be the next big thing to hit theaters in 2015. As an adaptation from a book series the storyline has already garnered an obsessive fan base. The book trilogy has already sold over 100 million copies worldwide. The series has had record sales in Britain and has also sold over 45 million copies in the United States alone.

For something that started as an experimental story inspired by the Twilight series the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy, written by E.L. James, has taken on a life of its’ own. The books are described by words like amusing, erotic, moving, intense, etc… Based upon the reported pre-sales numbers it sounds like fans of the trilogy are nearly fanatical to see the carnal nature of the books brought to life on the big screen.

The movie will bring the book characters of Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) and Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) to life. Following the book’s premise, as a young literature student Steele interviews a young up-and-coming entrepreneur named Christian Grey. The character depth of Dornan’s performance is revealed when the evenly tempered Grey turns out to be a man who is troubled and consumed by a need for control. As Steele and Grey explore their passion for each-other the dark desires of each are exposed.

Given the success of other recent book to film adaptations such as The Hunger Games and the Twilight series it is little wonder that producers are still utilizing the formula. If the fan base that follows the E.L. James trilogy find the movies to be enticing this could be one of the highest grossing films of the year, if not all time. When the inevitable happens and Fifty Shades of Grey makes good on the anticipated blockbuster sales it is safe to assume the sequels to the book will also be adapted to the big screen. The movie sequels will likely be titled Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed, assuming they follow the names of the next two books in the trilogy.

Women are already on the edge of their seats for the film’s release. Even men might be a little curious at this point due to all the publicity, and because they are going to get dragged to the movie by their significant others anyway.

For now we must be content to wait until the 13th of February for the much anticipated film.

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Fox in Talks to Reboot The X-Files

The Reboot is Out There

In what has seemed like an inevitability for some time now, plans have begun at 20th Century Fox to launch a reboot of its iconic ‘90s megahit The X-Files. According to Deadline, Fox TV Group chairman Gary Newman has confirmed that talks have taken place to bring the sci-fi series back to the airwaves, and that he was “hopeful” about the prospect of it happening. Series creator Chris Carter alluded to the possibility of a reboot last summer, though his level of involvement in the new series has yet to be determined. Also unclear is how much of a role, if any, original series stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson might have. One suspects the network will want a new, younger crop of FBI agents investigating phenomena.

The X-Files aired on Fox from 1993-2002 and was among the defining television series of the Clinton era, garnering huge ratings and spawning two feature films. The second film, 2008’s I Want To Believe, was a box-office failure and seemingly a franchise killer. Carter has frequently expressed his desire to make a third film, but Fox has been hesitant to fund one. Fox was similarly reluctant to move forward on a proposed big-screen adaptation of 24, leading to last year’s event series Live Another Day, the success of which may have bolstered the decision to revive The X-Files.

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The Humbling Review: Meandering, Uneven VOD Release

The Humbling is an uneven, meandering affair that proves VOD is more dumping ground than viable alternative.

Review by Matt Cummings

In Director Barry Levinson's The Humbling, Al Pacino plays Simon Axler, a once famous stage actor who, after literally falling off stage, seeks to evaluate his life before father time takes it from him. He soon meets the daughter of his closest friend (Great Gerwig), a lesbian who's left a trail of pathetic exes in her wake, and the two strike up a relationship. Unfortunately, Simon isn't prepared for the chaos Pegeen will bring, as his dementia forces him to re-evaluate everything he knows.

Based on the Phillip Roth novel, The Humbling can't decide if its a stinging satire or skit comedy. It starts off self-assured with several comedic skits that keep our attention, including Nina Ariana, a fellow nuthouse resident who wants to kill her husband for molesting their daughter. But the tide turns when Gerwig enters the picture; she does her best Mary Elizabeth Winstead, but the mood is decidely second-rate. She's clearly not Winstead, and the script by Buck Henry doesn't help, portraying her as a spirit in some scenes and an unsympathetic home wrecker. I enjoyed her in Frances Ha, but here she moves ungraciously between former fangirl with both men and women desperate to have her back and gold digger, dragging any number of men and women with her through the mud.

The Humbling meanders between psychosis and boredom, making no distinction between them. That's also the fault of Editor Aaron Yanes, letting an argument near film's end go on for much longer than it should, or a monologue by Pacino that eventually focuses on Simon's feet because it has nowhere else to go. There's too little of Simon's agent Charles Grodin, and Dylan Baker is spent mostly looking into the camera to merely nod as Simon's shrink. Pacino is the only reason to watch, his struggle to maintain a hold on reality perhaps mirroring his current status, seeking worth and value before his light goes out. I hope this isn't the case, but it's clear he can do better. But even when good performances are turned in - like Diane Weist as Peteea's mother - we're left with utter confusion as she dumps a major plot twist that's never resolved. And it's perhaps the best part of the film. You can see where I'm going with this.

The Humbling misses a great opportunity to make a powerful point about age and self-worth. It demonstrates why VOD is given a bad rap with its mostly meandering script and performances that fail to go the extra mile, making it nearly impossible to earn even a modest release. Whether it or Pacino have any long term prospects is yet to be determined, but for now skip this one and hope the great actor still has something left for a bigger exit.

The Humbling is Rated R for sexual material, language and brief violence and has a runtime of 112 minutes.

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Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For #PROJECTALMANAC In Sacramento

Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For PROJECT ALMANAC on January 28th at 6:00 PM in Sacramento.


A brilliant high school student and his friends uncover blueprints for a mysterious device with limitless potential, inadvertently putting lives in danger.

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Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For #PROJECTALMANAC In San Francisco

Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For PROJECT ALMANAC on January 28th at 6:00 PM in San Francisco.


A brilliant high school student and his friends uncover blueprints for a mysterious device with limitless potential, inadvertently putting lives in danger.

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Arrow Season 3 Featurette. Teases 3-Part Trilogy

Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim teases the 3-part trilogy featuring the villain, Danny 'Brick' Brickwell.

“In the aftermath of Oliver’s fight with Ra’s al Ghul, Diggle and Arsenal continue to protect the city in the Arrow’s absence. However, after three days without hearing from Oliver, they begin to fear the worst may have happened to their friend. Felicity refuses to believe that Oliver could be dead until Merlyn pays the team a surprise visit. Thea suspects there is something more behind Oliver’s disappearance and asks Merlyn for a favor. Meanwhile, Ray tests a part of his new suit and Laurel takes up the mantle of the Black Canary.”



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Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For @BlackorWhite In Scottsdale

Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For BLACK OR WHITE on January 26th at 7:00 PM in Scottsdale.


BLACK OR WHITE is the story of a grandfather (Academy Award® winner Kevin Costner) who is suddenly left to care for his beloved granddaughter. When her paternal grandmother (Academy Award® winner Octavia Spencer) seeks custody with the help of her brother (Anthony Mackie), the little girl is torn between two families who love her deeply. With the best intentions at heart, both families fight for what they feel is right and are soon forced to confront their true feelings about race, forgiveness, and understanding. Anchored by an all-star cast and based on real events, the movie is a look at two seemingly different worlds, in which nothing is as simple as black or white.


The film stars Kevin Costner, Gillian Jacobs, Jennifer Ehle, Octavia Spencer, Anthony Mackie and Bill Burr.

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Friday, January 16, 2015

New Trailer For SONG ONE Starring #AnneHathaway

Watch the Second Trailer for SONG ONE now.



Oscar® winner Anne Hathaway (INTERSTELLAR, LES MISERABLES) stars as Franny in SONG ONE, a romantic drama set against the backdrop of Brooklyn’s vibrant modern-folk music scene. After Franny’s musician brother Henry (Ben Rosenfield, BOARDWALK EMPIRE) is injured and hospitalized in a coma following a car accident, Franny returns home after a long estrangement and begins to use his notebook as a guide to how his life has evolved in her absence. Franny seeks out the musicians and artists Henry loved, in the course of her journey meeting James Forester (Johnny Flynn), his musical idol, whose success and fame belie a shy and private man. As a strong romantic connection develops between Franny and James, the question becomes if love can bloom even under the most adverse circumstances. The film also stars Oscar® winner Mary Steenburgen (THE HELP) and features original music composed by Jenny Lewis and Johnathan Rice, and live performances from Sharon Van Etten, The Felice Brothers, Dan Deacon, Paul Whitty, Naomi Shelton and the Gospel Queens, Cass Dillon, and Elizabeth Ziman.

Film Arcade and Cinedigm will release SONG ONE in theaters and on demand on January 23, 2015.

January 23rd Theater Listing

LOS ANGELES
Sundance Sunset Cinema
Laemmle Playhouse 7
Arclight Sherman Oaks

NEW YORK
Angelika

SEATTLE
Sundance

MIAMI
Cosford

PHOENIX
Harkins Valley Art
Harkins Shea

CLEVLAND
Cedar Lee

PHILADELPHIA
Roxy

ATLANTA
Plaza

HOUSTON
Alamo Mason Park (Katy)

DETROIT
Cinema Detroit

WASHINGTON D.C.
West End Cinema

MINNEAPOLIS
Theatres at Mall of America

VILLAGES, FL
Rialto Theater

FORT LAUDERDALE
Cinema Paradiso

HOLLYWOOD, FL
Cinema Paradiso

COLUMBUS
Gateway Film Center

JEFFERSON CITY, MO
Capitol City Cinema

PALM DESERT
Palm D'or

KANSAS CITY
Cinetopia

SEDONA
Mary D Fisher Theatre

CHICAGO
Pickwick 4

BOSTON
Apple Cinemas

January 28th Theater Listing

BOULDER
Dairy Center for the Arts

January 30th Theater Listing

SAN FRANCISCO
Roxie

February 27th Theater Listing

BOISE
Flicks

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Zachary Levi Joins #HeroesReborn

Zachary Levi has signed on to star in NBC’s Heroes Reborn, EW has confirmed.

A relaunch of the original superhero drama, which ran from 2006 to 2010, the 13-episode event series will feature a brand new story, though Jack Coleman is slated to reprise his role as Noah Bennett, a.k.a. HRG.

“We’re still keeping Zac’s role under wraps because everything is shrouded in mystery for this miniseries, but we’re very excited he’s been cast,” NBC boss Bob Greenblatt told reporters at the Television Critics Associations winter TV previews, noting that more castings will be announced over the next few weeks.

Added Levi: “One of my first, and fondest, memories of joining the NBC family in 2007 was having the pleasure of getting to know Tim Kring, and the cast of Heroes. I was a fan of their collective work and always thought it was such a fantastic and fun world they got to play in. With Heroes: Reborn, I’m honored to have the opportunity to bring more of that world to life, and excited to help in offering the fans of the franchise an epic new installation of a series that made such a huge impact on entertainment.”

Levi’s casting marks a return for the actor to NBC after starring on Chuck. He’s previously dipped his toe in the superhero waters after co-starring in Thor: The Dark World.

As for other original castmembers returning for the relaunch, Greenblatt said, “Jack’s the way in—and I’m not trying to be coy because we just don’t know—but I think you’ll see several of the old cast popping in to episodes.” Who would you like to see return?

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Colin Hanks & Alex Pettyfer Join Elvis & Nixon

Colin Hanks, Alex Pettyfer, Johnny Knoxville, Tracy Letts and singer Sky Ferreira have joined Elvis & Nixon, the true story drama that has begun shooting in Atlanta.

The indie sees Michael Shannon as Elvis, embarking on a trip to Washington D.C. to meet President Richard Nixon, being played by Kevin Spacey. Liza Johnson is directing the movie that also has Evan Peters (X-Men: Days of Future Past) in its supporting cast.

The movie tells of the infamous Dec. 21, 1970, meeting between Presley and Nixon, both men at the height of their power in their respective fields. The meeting was initiated by Presley, who wrote Nixon an urgent six-page letter requesting a visit and suggesting that he be made a "Federal Agent-at-Large" in the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs.

Pettyfer is playing Jerry Schilling, Elvis’ best friend who accompanies the singer to DC. Hanks is playing Nixon's aide Egil Krogh.

Knoxville is playing another member of the Memphis mafia who was Elvis’ head of security. In her screen debut, Ferreira is playing Schilling's love interest.

Autumn Pictures David Hansen and Johnny Mac are financing and executive producing alongside Byron Wetzel, Robert Ogden Barnum and Jerry Schilling.

Alex Walton’s Bloom is handling international sales and introduced the film to buyers at AFM in November.

It has been a long journey for many on the filmmaking team. The indie has been in the works since at least 2011, when Eric Bana was attached to play Nixon and Cary Elwes, who also wrote the script with Hanala and Joey Sagal, was going to direct it.

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Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For #TheBoyNextDoor In Sacramento

Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For THE BOY NEXT DOOR on January 20th at 7:00 PM in Sacramento.


Jennifer Lopez leads the cast in THE BOY NEXT DOOR, a psychological thriller that explores a forbidden attraction that goes much too far. Directed by Rob Cohen (The Fast and the Furious) and written by Barbara Curry, the film also stars Ryan Guzman, John Corbett and Kristin Chenoweth.


The Boy Next Door is produced by Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions, Lopez and Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas of Nuyorican Productions, Benny Medina of The Medina Company and John Jacobs of Smart Entertainment. www.theboynextdoorfilm.com

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Tom Hardy Is Out Of Suicide Squad. Could Jake Gyllenhaal Replace Him?

Looks like Tom Hardy is out and the studio has made overtures to Jake Gyllenhaal to replace Hardy but it's unclear if the "Nightcrawler" actor will be able to take on the movie.

Tom Hardy has dropped out of Suicide Squad, Warner Bros.’ all-star comic book movie being directed by David Ayer. Not losing a beat, the studio has made overtures to Jake Gyllenhaal, who has generated heat for his performance in Nightcrawler, to replace Hardy

Gyllenhaal, who worked with Ayer on the acclaimed police thriller End of Watch, is currently on Broadway for his play Constellations.

Based on DC Entertainment’s villains-forced-to-be-heroes characters, the cast boasts a nefarious lineup that includes Will Smith, Margot Robbie and Jared Leto, along with Jai Courtney and Cara Delevingne.

Hardy was to have played Rick Flagg, the leader of the group that consists of Batman villains Deadshot (Smith), Joker (Leto) and Harley Quinn (Robbie), plus Boomerang (Courtney) and Enchantress (Delevingne).

Hardy’s exit is due to scheduling, according to sources. The actor is currently shooting The Revenant, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s frontier drama that also stars Leonardo DiCaprio, and that shoot is now looking to go longer than initially planned.

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Giveaway: #KevinHart THE BIG HOUSE Complete Series

With Kevin Hart's THE WEDDING RINGER opening today, OLIVE FILMS has provided us with an amazing giveaway for our fans.

Fans of Kevin Hart can own "THE BIG HOUSE" for the first time on DVD


Olive Films will released “THE BIG HOUSE” The Complete Series exclusively on DVD. “THE BIG HOUSE” has never before been released on any format and is not available via any digital outlet.


Comedian Kevin Hart (Ride Along, About Last Night, Think Like A Man) stars in this hilarious series in the tradition of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”. One of Kevin Hart’s first starring roles, “THE BIG HOUSE” cast also includes Yvette Nicole Brown (“Community”), Faizon Love (Couples Retreat) and Keith Davis (Platoon).

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Open Forum Friday: January 16, 2015

Here's your chance to connect with the SJF community.

While you're welcome to comment on any movie or television thoughts you might have, here's a brief rundown of the movies released this week and Blu-rays to be released next Tuesday:

Movies
- Blackhat
- American Sniper
- The Wedding Ringer
- Paddington
Blu-rays
- Lucy
- The Drop
- Annabelle

Also, don't forget to listen to our weekly podcast, where we break down the major news of the week and do our giveaways.

No matter what you choose to talk about, a few ground rules: keep it nice, no ads, and no flaming.

Other than that, sound off on any movie or television thoughts you have.

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Scarlett Johansson Returns for Captain America 3

What role will Black Widow play in the upcoming film?

Story by Matt Cummings

With the incredible success of Captain America: The Winter Solider, Marvel Studios proved it could make a gripping game-changer that has since rippled throughout their movie and television universe. Even Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. got a much-needed boost from the infiltration of HYDRA and has spent half of Season 1 and most of Season 2 dealing with the consequences.

Integral to that success was the role of Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), who made herself known as a deeply-conflicted psychopath. She had ties to the Winter Soldier himself in Bucky Barnes, and her presence was as satisfying as any other part of the Joe and Anthony Russo-directed feature. Thus, it comes as little surprise to learn that ScarJo has been tapped once again to join Cap (Chris Evans) in the upcoming Captain America: Civil War. CBM has learned that she'll join Bucky (Sebastian Stan) and Falcon (Anthony Mackie), Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr) and others in what will be more of an Avengers movie than a stand-alone Cap adventure.

Civil War, perhaps the best known of recent Marvel runs, will pit Cap against Iron Man as they force various heroes to choose between entering a Superhero Registration program - which would reveal their true identities - or be hunted down as traitors. Unfortunately Marvel doesn't own all the MCU heroes it needs to tell that story proper (Fox owns X-men and Fantastic Four, Sony owns Spider-man and his villains), so look for the story to play out very different than the iconic series. Although we've reported that Marvel and Sony will perhaps join forces to let Spider-man return, it won't be for Civil War, as that script is already completed. Therefore, how will Marvel use Black Widow? We know her loyalty to Cap, but it's clear that she'll have problems with Bucky - since she took away her bikini prowess with a slug back in the day - so it's possible that she'll join on the side of Stark.

Shooting starts in April, so we won't have long to figure out where Black Widow and the entire MCU will stand on the issue of the Superhero Registration Act.

Captain America: Civil War arrives on May 6, 2016 followed by Doctor Strange on November 4, 2016.

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Beverly Hills Cop 4 Still Delayed

The script for Beverly Hills Cop 4 isn't ready because star of the franchise, Eddie Murphy himself told Rolling Stone the reason for the delay.

“Nah, they still trying to get that script right, I’m not doing a ‘Beverly Hills Cop’ unless they have a really incredible script. I’ve read a couple things that look like they can make some paper. But I’m not doing a sh*tty movie just to make some paper. The sh*t got to be right.

I am a huge fan of the franchise minus the third film, so let's hope they get it right.

The plan for BEVERLY HILLS COP 4 is to have the production happen in Michigan and the movie arrive in theaters in 2016

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FANTASTIC FOUR Reboot In Trouble?

Looks like the trailer for THE FANTASTIC FOUR will be attached to the upcoming release for  KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE. But it looks like there might be some issues with the film.

Rumor has it that Trank has made this film more like ‘Chronicle 2′ rather than ‘The Fantastic Four’ reboot which is what the studio wanted.

Latinoreview has heard production might go into reshoots in Louisiana.

But THE FANTASTIC FOUR screenwriter/Producer Simon Kinberg came straight to Latinoreview and cleared things up confirming the reshoot but he’s confident about the film.

To confirm – Fantastic Four will be doing 3-4 days of additional photography with director Josh Trank and some key cast members. We are very excited about the film and can’t wait for you to see what we’ve been up to. And you will be able to do that very soon as I can confirm here that the teaser will be on Kingsman in theaters February 13.


THE FANTASTIC FOUR, a contemporary re-imagining of Marvel’s original and longest-running superhero team, centers on four young outsiders who teleport to an alternate and dangerous universe, which alters their physical form in shocking ways. Their lives irrevocably upended, the team must learn to harness their daunting new abilities and work together to save Earth from a former friend turned enemy.

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Thursday, January 15, 2015

The Wedding Ringer Review: Tasteless, Shallow Affair

While The Wedding Ringer is a dreadful exercise, most audiences will strangely love it.

Review by Matt Cummings

As someone who loves him some raunchy comedy, it's hard to write this and tell you to stay away from The Wedding Ringer. And while it checks off all the things needed for the perfect Winter release, the Kevin Hart/Josh Gad comedy is shallow, ugly, and surprisingly spiteful.

The lovable loser Doug (Josh Gad) is soon to be married to the hottie Gretchen (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting), yet he holds a dark secret: his career and life have afforded him few opportunities to make friends, and his efforts to secure a best man or even groomsmen have utterly failed. Insert rent-a-groom Jimmy (Hart), who will - for a fee - make himself into the ultimate friend. But Doug's situation is special, forcing Jimmy to seek The Golden Tux which includes a full compliment of strange groomsmen with no social skills whatsoever. As the wedding day arrives, Doug must wrestle with not only with his burgeoning friendship with Jimmy but an impending disaster that only he and his new best friend can solve.

The Wedding Ringer is a hard one to nail down: you find yourself at once laughing at all the inappropriate gags, but feeling as if those come at the expense of the story and its thoroughly unlikable characters. It also doesn't help that Director/Writer Jeremy Garelick and Editor Jeff Groth with two others (huh?) make it almost impossible to hear anything after each zinger. We have to extrapolate - or become good at reading lips - before we can begin to fathom what some of these people are saying. But once you do make this leap, you'll find that everyone here is as detestable or pathetic as the other. Think of why a similar film like Ted works: those characters are far better drawn, even though their situations are just as raunchy as Ringer's. Here, there's never a connection made between Doug, Jimmy, or Gretchen, to the point that start wishing someone would come in and clean house.

Hart is a comic master, rifling off slang like a prolific painter - almost everything that comes out of his mouth is funny, and his small-guy gesticulations are in sharp contrast to the rotund Gad, whose understated performance as loveable loser does make us want to hug the lame out of him. But Garelick the Co-Writer (along with Jay Lavender), doesn't fill him or any of the other characters with anything more angst, loser-isms, bitch, or jerk. A muddy football game that turns into an elderly/youth brawl? Empty and predictable. A bachelor party that leaves one person with a dog's teeth locked on his privates? How Hangover of you. Cuoco-Sweeting (got to get a better name) is serviceable as Gretchen, but her character really degrades as the film evolves, making us feel like we've wasted our time getting to know her. Even the last-minute attempt to humanize Jimmy as someone himself who needs friends comes too late and is so thinly drawn you'll have trouble supporting it.

But at its heart, Ringer is just an ugly film that fails to establish anything above its low-brow comedy. Even the plot twist at the end just seems like it should have happened an hour before, with everyone basically wasting their money and time on a wedding that should never have happened. In the real world, such a reveal - and we won't mention it here - probably would have been addressed earlier in the relationship, with Gretchen's family seeing through such a smoke-and-mirror facade. Whereas the WTF of The Hangover feels at least plausible - and who hasn't been to a party that didn't get totally out of control - Ringer just seems like schlock and shock for the sake of it, wrapped in poor character development.

It's difficult to write this, because our test audience absolutely loved it. But hidden not-so-deeply within it is a lack of an end credits (never seen that before) and a beginning that feels like half of it was cut off. This won't matter to the general public, and neither will the editing or evil undercurrent. But it should.

The Wedding Ringer has its moments, but dig deeper into its spiteful nature and you might feel differently afterwards. Does it check off all the boxes for roll-around-on-the-floor comedy? Yes. Does that mean I can recommend it? No.

The Wedding Ringer is Rated R for crude and sexual content, language throughout, some drug use and brief graphic nudity and has a runtime of 101 minutes.

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Paddington Review: A Sheer Delight

Paddington is a sheer delight, wrapped in marmalade and adorable furry bear hugs.

Review by Matt Cummings

American audiences have witnessed so many fantastic incarnations of Winnie the Pooh over the years that it might be hard to welcome a relative unknown to the game. Luckily, Paddington has arrived with enough warm hugs and simple values to make a strong case for its consideration.

When a young bear travels from the forests of Darkest Peru to be adopted, Paddington (voiced by Ben Whishaw) soon learns that the London he knows from the 1940's is no longer there. Stuck in a train station with the tag 'Please look after this bear. Thank you.' around his neck, he soon finds a temporary home courtesy of Mary (Sally Hawkins) and Henry (Hugh Bonneville) Brown, who promise to help him locate the famous explorer who saved his Aunt and Uncle from taxidermy many years ago. Unfortunately, dark forces are plotting his demise, including the museum taxidermist Millicent (Nicole Kidman), who wants to stuff the accident-prone Paddington to save her family name. Soon, he and his adopted family must do more than merely learn to live with each other: they must work together to keep this rarest of bears from a terrible fate.

What makes Paddington work so well lies in reminding us about the simple values and social etiquette lost to the iPhone Generation. The idea that a family - any family - could rewind the clock and accept a total stranger into their home might seem foolish given our current times. But Director/Writer Paul King sells it so completely that we don't feel like The Browns are going to suddenly reappear in a terrorist camp thousands of miles away. It certainly suggests that random kindness and traditional values can and should be maintained. Whishaw brings a tender intelligence to Paddington, demonstrating that he's not a one-note character. Sure he's accident-prone and even naive about the world around him, but within Paddington lies the simple values of love and friendship to which we should all aspire. Considering that the project was in deep trouble with the departure of voice Colin Firth as the bear, Whishaw now makes it difficult to think of anyone else in the role.

But King certainly does everything he can to make us love Paddington, with those giant CGI eyes and bumbling disposition. You can't help but love him, as the story is part origin with Paddington slowly gaining his trademark clothes, part roaring adventure around London as he tries to find the enigmatic explorer. But it's also The Browns who keep the story moving, a perfect mixture of the educated 21st Century family who need Paddington to rekindle their inner child. Hawkins is quickly becoming a multi-faceted box office draw, showing us her tender side here as the creative mom who first brings the bear home but soon becomes the family's emotional anchor. In many ways, she and Bonneville steal the show, with his risk-analyst scowl revealing a freer time of hippy love and motorcycles; they are in my mind the perfect English pair (although I have never met one), revealing how great actors inhabit their roles instead of merely reading lines.

There isn't much that Kidman is bad in, and here she plays the comedic villain to perfection. Yet her character is a well-drawn one, reminding us that the darker path our lives might take is usually self-inflicted. This is more like her portrayal of Marisa Coulter in The Golden Compass, a terribly misled individual who was pushed in the wrong direction but now needs a shove back to the middle. She's the perfect vixen baddie without letting kids on about her sexual dominance, something we never picked up in Looney Toons cartoons and other shows until we were much older. That tradition continues here with King and Producer David Heyman serving up mostly clean laughs but reminding us that physical comedy and the simple values of friendship and love can join hand in hand.

This is the new franchise that no one saw coming, yet I worry whether such a film - or the impending Peanuts feature - will meet with approval by a exceedingly negative moviegoer. Paddington makes a strong case for further episodes, its warmth, good humor, and sense of spirit making it a multiple-viewing must.

If Paddington doesn't warm your heart, tug at your children's heartstrings, and even make you tear up a bit, then perhaps everyone should check themselves for a pulse. It's a sheer delight, with pitch-perfect performances, incredible CGI, and Whishaw is terrific as the accident-prone bear. Let's hope American audiences will come to love it, as we need more stories like these between the murderous treachery, scantily clad women, and superhero escapades that dominate American film.

Paddington is Rated PG for mild action and rude humor and has a runtime of 95 minutes.

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American Sniper Review: A Tragic, Poignant Must-See

Does American Sniper hit all of its targets? Read on to find out.

Review by Matt Cummings

In Clint Eastwood's American Sniper, we learn about the true cost of freedom in the post-9/11 age, forever altering the lives of the men and women who've volunteered for armed service and tainting them with images of brutality that cannot be undone. For Navy SEAL Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper), his world changes forever when he volunteers for the Navy SEALs after a vicious attack on US embassies in 1999. As his natural skill as a sniper is unleashed, his street cred among the men rises to nearly god-like status, granting him the name "Legend" with his 160 confirmed kills. But his new wife Taya (Sienna Miller) struggles to maintain her hold on Chris' reality, which becomes more and more distorted as his sniper count rises. Pitted against true evil in the prolific sniper Mustafa and the terrorist known simply as The Butcher, Chris must balance the horrors he must unleash without losing who he is.

Eastwood, now 84, has honestly produced a couple of recent duds, including Hereafter, J. Edgar and Jersey Boys. Not here: American Sniper is as gritty and unforgiving as they come, led by Eastwood's steady hand and his wide sweeping shots of Kabul as terrorists descend on Chris' location. But these action sequences aren't the only thing that make the film work: as Chris returns home, he's increasingly haunted by the world he left behind, as countless comrades die at the hand of the expert Mustafa, forcing the American to constantly return to Afghanistan to hunt him. The last act reminded me of the excellent Enemy of the Gates, another war film that gets left behind but deserves everyone's attention; but Eastwood ups the ante by skipping the patriotic music in exchange for eerie silence as Chris adjusts his sights and wrestles with the enormous gift he's been granted.

But those scenes of Chris attempting to adjust at home are also worth mentioning. It's clear that we have a PTSD problem among our troops, and I can't blame them for having trouble adjusting back to civilized life. It's this paradox that ultimately led to Kyle's death in 2013 from another Marine at a local shooting range. In these scenes, it's both Cooper and Miller who blend perfectly together: Kyle the stoic assassin with a pulse of 170/110 and the impassioned Taya who tries desperately to keep him from falling off the edge of sanity. We feel powerless to help this dysfunction, but it makes for excellent theater.

And yet, the controversy surrounding Kyle's real-life exploits after his four tours is almost as interesting. Should we consider this a work of Historical Fiction? No, but audiences should know that Eastwood's treatment of the most lethal sniper in US military history is not complete. Ultimately, it's a film that will at the least encourage you to learn more about Kyle and the horrors which war inevitably brings to our souls. Whether its lack of a complete story will affect its Oscar chances is beyond us to affect, so it's highly suggested that you decide its validity for yourself.

Regardless of the controversy behind Kyle's personality that Eastwood leaves out, American Sniper is poignant, riveting, and thoroughly inexplicable in its shocking end. If this isn't a wake-up call to our nation about taking care of these brave warriors we send into death's grasp, I can't imagine what would.

American Sniper is Rated R for strong and disturbing war violence, and language throughout including some sexual references and has a runtime of 132 minutes.

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Blackhat Review: Hacker Thriller Serves Up the Caution

Michael Mann's cautionary Blackhat is expertly shot and well-acted but needs a serious edit.

WARNING: This review contains spoilers.

Review by Matt Cummings

When the world is threatened by an unprecedented cyber attack, the US and Chinese governments band together to discover its source, gathering a list of talented cyber agents like the Chinese officer Chen Dawai (Leehom Wang) and his sister Kien Chen (Wei Tang) along with the FBI agent Carol Barrett (Viola Davis). But that won't be enough to stem the next wave of terror, so Dawai goes to the only person who can help: the imprisoned cyber criminal Nicholas Hathaway (Chris Hemworth). As their investigation leads all over the world, Hathaway must track the terrorist Sadak (Yorick van Wageningen) and his ruthless associate Kassar (Ritchie Coster) before they completely wipe out Hathaway's team and carry out another attack.

This isn't Mann's first violent picnic - he seems to thrill in placing his characters in realistic, dangerous situations, running many of them through the gristmill before tossing them at the side of the road. This makes for great theater, and Cinematographer Stuart DryBurgh paints us one gorgeous long image after another. But that's where some might take issue with Blackhat, as many scenes by Mann could have been tightened up. There's lots of prolonged tightly-focused stares and contemplation by Hemsworth and others, along with a diet of un-SteadyCam that might make audiences feel a bit nauseous. But this is what you get from Mann, his Miami Vice fingerprints penetrating every inch of this, including the haunting score by Ryan Amon which sets a clear tone for the way this thriller will play out.

Writer Morgan Davis Foehi doesn't gift us with a climax that's anything other than what you expect; you know Hemsworth is going to find the baddie, and there's the typical deadline before more cyber Hell breaks loose. What makes Blackhat so rewarding is the continued high stakes which Mann throws in front of his characters, making each of them as expendable as the next. Yes, major characters die in Mann films, and Blackhat is no different. This makes the affair much more satisfying, not because we enjoy seeing large percentages of our leads gunned down, blown up, or cut prison-style, but because it makes every scene worth watching. No one is safe, and Mann uses that fear to high effectiveness. Just when you think the energy has been sapped from the script, enter the high-profile death of someone who under normal circumstances would have made it out at the end of any other film. What's more, their deaths don't occur because Mann and his team need to punch up the action: it comes as a normal and realistic way crime is fought, with officers paying the ultimate price for signing on the dotted line.

There's been a lot of criticism over the years leveled at Hemsworth, none of which I think is warranted. He's a terrific actor, a mesmerizing presence in every scene he's in, and Blackhat gives him lots of chances to show us he's developed well beyond his iconic Thor character. If 2013's Rush hadn't already proven that, Blackhat should shut the door on that needless conversation. Our Chinese duo stand out as both likable and tragic heroes, their arcs serving the greater purpose of the story instead of being elevate to invincible figures. The same goes for Davis who will make a terrific Amanda Waller in the upcoming Suicide Squad, her slow burn eventually giving way to a violent unraveling of her character. Our baddie is rather one-note, but his eventual appearance makes for excellent action when he and Hathaway clash in a great ending.

But Blackhat is more than a Mann-fest of gratuitous violence: it serves as a message for a future time when these kinds of attacks will both seriously threaten the world and occur so often that we'll forget what life was like before them. Mann warns us that virtual world nearly encompasses the planet, and that terrorists will wage the next war from their keyboards, imploding the system without risking men in a traditional 20th Century assault. You then add the sometimes deafening roar of Mann's machines of war, and it feels like the perfect message and warning for our times.

Blackhat is filled with excellent performances, gorgeous scenes by Mann and DryBurgh, and a haunting soundtrack by Amon. Unfortunately, its long runtime might keep some moviegoers away, especially with the way Mann takes three minutes to do what it could have been in one. But for those who know what they're getting, it's a terrific thriller.

Blackhat is rated a surprising R for violence and some language and has a runtime of 133 minutes.

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Tom Cruise & Doug Liman Re-team For Mena

Universal pounced on Gary Spinelli’s based-on-truth drug pilot spec script Mena last year, throwing down a million dollars to secure the rights. Ron Howard briefly considered making it, but now Edge Of Tomorrow star and his director, Doug Liman, are in talks to take over instead.

The title refers to Mena, Arkansas, the site of much of the action in the extraordinary life of Barry Seal, the focus of the film. Seal was a pilot for TWA in the 1970s who lost his job when he was caught flying plastic explosives from Miami to Mexico for an anti-Castro group. He subsequently went solo as an aviation consultant, and began a lucrative second career smuggling cannabis and cocaine between South and North America, eventually getting entangled with the notorious Colombian Medellin Cartel.

When he was caught, he made deals with the CIA and DEA to continue his activities as an informant and spy. His adventures saw him encounter infamous names like Pablo Escobar and Jorge Luis Ochoa Vasquez, expose political corruption in Nicaragua and have no small part in kicking off the Iran-Contra Affair. Seal was assassinated in Baton Rouge by the Medellins in 1986.

This could be a meaty, controversial role for Cruise and Liman feels like the right man to make it. It will all depend, however, on whether they actually lock in deals. Should that happen, expect the cameras to roll later this year.

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NEW FEATURETTE From THE DIVERGENT SERIES: #INSURGENT

The courageous Tris is ready to get in on the action in this year’s must-see film, THE DIVERGENT SERIES: INSURGENT. We now have an inside look at her major transformation in a BRAND NEW FEATURETTE.



The story of Tris and Four continues as they race against time in order to protect the future of their world from the Erudite elite. Go behind-the-scenes now to get a deeper look at the new Amity, Factionless, and Candor settings, and explore some of the mind-bending visual effects for the first time. Now’s your chance to hear what your favorite stars and writer Veronica Roth have to say about the exciting scenes and amazing stunts in INSURGENT, including one-on-one time with stars Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Academy Award® Winner Octavia Spencer, Zoë Kravitz, Ansel Elgort, Mekhi Phifer, Naomi Watts, and Academy Award® Winner Kate Winslet.

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