If you thought the gun-filled poster of “The Mechanic” advertised a movie about some guy who repairs firearms, you’re wrong.
Derek Cianfrance’s poignant “Blue Valentine” is a postmodern, grown-up love story that reminds us that sometimes, happily ever after is merely a means to an end.
David O. Russell’s latest film, “The Fighter,” a biopic of boxer Micky Ward (Mark Wahlberg), packs a powerful punch, but not from its main star.
Just because “Tangled” is an animated Disney remake of the classic tale of Rapunzel does not mean college students should skip it.
A sequel to the 1982 science fiction hit “TRON,” “Legacy” follows the path of Sam Flynn, son of tech genius and innovator Kevin Flynn, who unexpectedly disappears several years before the events of the film.
Students across campus have been preparing for the release, hyped by marketers as “the motion picture event of a generation,” by catching up on the past six movies in the series or re-reading J.K. Rowling’s best-selling books.
With Dreamworks’ heavy marketing and its cast of comedy all-stars including Will Ferrell, Tina Fey, Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill and David Cross (“Arrested Development”), “Megamind” has garnered a lot of buzz.
Last Friday, the Department of Art and Art History and the Department of French and Italian brought director Lucas Belvaux and his latest French film, “Rapt,” to Stanford.