October 29, 2011 - 12:08pm
Depp dedicates The Rum Diary to his mentor and colleague, the late-great Hunter S. Thompson.
In his latest role, Johnny Depp finally answers Capt. Jack Sparrow's question: "Why is the rum gone?" At the same time, he reenters the gonzo world of author/ journalist Hunter S. Thompson, this time set in 1960 Puerto Rico. Depp collaborated extensively with Thompson while portraying...
October 20, 2011 - 4:00pm
He's phasin' through your walls; he's snatchin' your people up; tryna bite their necks, so y'all need to hide your kids, hide your wife...
The good folks at Wild and Woolly Video started their new film series off with a blood-curdling gasp last night at the Clifton Center. This version of Nosferatu surprised me with the clarity of its digital transfer (I think the last time I saw the movie was on an old KINO VHS). Considering that...
August 9, 2010 - 10:10am
Don't want to squander a precious date night? Dine at home and go see 'The Kids are All Right,' an excellent family film for all.
Date Night:  “The Kids are All Right” If your family is anything like mine, date night is a rare and precious gem. Not to be squandered on mediocrity, date night must be planned carefully and budgeted accordingly because let’s face it—after the babysitting fee, dinner, movie, and/or drinks, and...
July 2, 2008 - 10:11pm
by Josh
In past summers full of blockbuster releases, one man has stood apart: Will Smith. Evidently 2008 is no different.
By Josh Moss josh@louisville.com More than a decade ago, Will Smith owned the Fourth of July weekend. It started with 1996's Independence Day. Then came Men In Black a year later. Now, he's back as the star of Hancock, a superhero movie that should have no problem standing up to recent hits such...