Jeffrey Wright

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Banner Revealed

By Joseph Dempsey
Film

James Bond Retrospective: Quantum Of Solace (2008)

After the huge success of Casino Royale, Daniel Craig returned for a second time in the direct sequel Quantum Of Solace.…
By Chris Wright
Film

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close Review: Baffling Best Picture Nominee

The strong acting somewhat elevates the rote material, but Daldry’s film ultimately fails to rise above the schmaltzy limitations of Eric Roth’s disappointingly trite script.…
By Shaun Munro
Film

THE IDES OF MARCH Review: Mirroring America's Disappointment of Obama

Clooney's film isn't quite the classic we had hoped it would be and it's not as strong an effort as Good Night Good Luck but it's a timely film, mirroring America's disappointment of Obama.…
By Andrea Pasquettin
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Jeffrey Wright Says No Felix Leiter in BOND 23

According to the character actor, he hasn't and doesn't expect to be called back for the Sam Mendes directed Bond 23. …
By Matt Holmes
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Blu-ray Review: SOURCE CODE - Strong, Emotive & Engaging

The movie withstands repeated viewing (if anything it is more entertaining watching Colter on the train when you already know who the bomber is), and looks and sounds as good as it will outside of a cinema. …
By Adam Whyte
Film

First Look: Tom Hanks Gets EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE

Warner Bros Christmas/Oscar hope gets a first look reveal.
By Adam Lock
Film

Watch George Clooney's THE IDES OF MARCH Trailer & Salivate At The Poster!

George Clooney's down and dirty political thriller The Ides of March will open this year's Venice Film Festival on August 29th, a big Awards season contender. …
By Matt Holmes
Film

Fantasy Casting: If They Made DOG DAY AFTERNOON Today...

Let’s pretend that legendary Warner Bros. producer Martin Bergman accidentally lost Frank Pierson’s Oscar winning screenplay for the film between some couch cushions in 1975 and only stumbled upon it this past January... who would we cast for the picture?…
By Alex Lawson
Film

Review: SOURCE CODE - Satisfies Intellectually & Emotionally With Disarming Inventiveness

By Shaun Munro