Fast and Furious 6 is so over-the-top you might forget that you’re watching an action movie and think that you’re actually watching a cartoon. But, like a cartoon, it’s still plenty of fun.
The struggles of Jesse and Celine in this film are very like our own relationships. We may walk out of the theater thinking about our own mature love and how it relates to the love we shared in earlier stages of relationships.
A new Tolkien book out today; Peter Jackson confirms pick-up filming has begun, and a movie trivia video. Click through for details.
The creative team of Before Midnight, director and co-writer, Richard Linklater, and stars and co-writers Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy recently met with press in Beverly Hills to talk about the film.
On Love Lust Faith + Dreams, 30 Seconds continues to break new ground on their sound, and push themselves even further creatively, than on their past three discs.
A DC*B retrospective and a Christian Youth-pop singer turns to modern worship: all on this week’s Beats Journal
Based on the 2008 Superman: Braniac by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank, Superman: Unbound is the latest addition to the DC straight-to-DVD/Blu-Ray animated films. Starring Matt Bomer (White Collar) as Superman, Molly Quinn (Castle) as Supergirl, Stana Katic (Castle) as Lois Lane, and John Noble (Fringe) as the villain Brainiac, this film is very beautifully done and captures an emotional side of the characters that has yet to be put on film.
Looking for something worth watching at home in May? Jason Statham wants to lead the way.
Have you considered what it would literally look like for Jesus to come back?
Star Trek Into Darkness ups the ante from the reboot and makes the Trek franchise something to contend with once again. It’s action-packed, sure, but it also has a lot of heart, besides what has always made Star Trek good: great characters.
The latest J.J. Abrams outing proves to be fantastic visually, and full of emotional (and nostalgic) elements.
This week, Colossus finds something to fight for, Supergirl has a horrible case of mistaken identity, and Batwoman is blackmailed. All three are good reads
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