Low budget science-fiction films are almost always better than their more heavily financed counterparts, simply because they concentrate more on characterization and smart story ideas than they can on spectacle and special effects. I saw one of the best examples of this last spring as Spanish director Nacho Vigalondo’s Timecrimes was making the festival circuit. Magnolia will finally be bringing the film to theaters later this winter. In preparation for that, they’ve released this trailer, which does a good job in setting up the film’s premise without spoiling any of the fun twist and turns its narrative takes.
Back when it first appeared, the television spy spoof Get Smart got plenty of mileage and chuckles out of satirizing the many gadgets that appeared in the James Bond series of films. None became more [click for more]
Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull. So it was announced by the film’s young co-star Shia LaBeouf on M-TV’s Video Music Awards telecast last night. The title was confirmed later on the [click for more]
Here are two pictures of the titular Imaginarium Of Doctor Parnassus from director Terry Gilliam. We first told you about Gilliam’s latest film back in October, when we noted that the director’s description of the [click for more]