In celebration of Enchanted's impending DVD release next week, Disney is hosting some family-friendly Enchanted-themed activities for Angelenos this weekend and next.
From noon to 4 P.M. on Saturday, March 15 and again on Saturday, March 22 at The Grove (3rd and Fairfax), Disney will be providing "arts and crafts, games and other ’Enchanted’ activities to make children sing and dance for joy.
Enchanted comes out on DVD and Blu-Ray next Tuesday, March 18. Posted 03.15.08 by reelz
Writer-director David Gordon Green's (Pineapple Express, All the Real Girls indie drama Snow Angels is the story of a small town united by a horrifying act of violence told through the eyes of about three couples in various stages of their romantic lives--teenage Arthur and his quirky young love, Lila; his separating parents, Louise and Don; and his former babysitter, Annie, and her estranged, unstable ex-husband Glenn.
Starring Kate Beckinsale and Sam Rockwell, is Gordon Green's latest more indie brilliance or small-town depression? Check out our review of Snow Angels and find out. Posted 03.14.08 by reelz
Would Horton Hears a Who! make Dr. Seuss proud? We were at the first showing of the new movie last night, and here's what the first fans say.
Next week we'll be at the first showing of Tyler Perry's latest, Meet the Browns. Posted 03.14.08 by Dack
A new special edition of Gattaca hit DVD and Blu-ray this week. If you haven't seen it or it's been a while, this one is certainly worth checking out. It's got a great story, great cast (Jude Law's debut) and strong visuals and storytelling from Andrew Niccol (Lord of War, The Truman Show). It also looks amazing on Blu-ray.
Read our full Gattaca Blu-ray review! Posted 03.14.08 by reelz
New York week finishes off today with a special Dailies Weekend Show featuring the hosts in a tour of the cities five boroughs culminating in one of the Big Apple's most picturesque landmarks, Grand Central Station.
Jill also takes Sex and the City fans on a bus tour of the show's locations and previews this summer's highly anticipated Sex and the City movie.
A big welcome from ReelzChannel to New York (and Jersey)! Posted 03.14.08 by reelz
The post-apocalyptic thriller from writer/director Neil Marshall (The Descent) hits theaters today. This one wasn't pre-screened for critics so we hit the streets to see a flick with the normal folks tonight. The theater was only about 20 percent full and the audience reaction was rather mixed. Check out Reelz.com's review of Doomsday. Posted 03.14.08 by reelz
No Country For Old Men hit DVD this week just weeks after taking home Oscars for Best Picture, Director(s), Supporting Actor and Adapted Screenplay.
To get you in the mood, we've got a full review of the No Country DVD as well as a trailer tour of the Coen Filmography.
Posted 03.13.08 by reelz
Hopes for a sequel to Superman Returns, Bryan Singer's 2006 reboot of the fabled comic book franchise, received a welcome shot in the arm recently when Singer announced that he's moving forward with a follow-up, ending speculation that he might be finished with the Man of Steel. The project's still in its infancy, but if it does indeed take flight, star Kevin Spacey is down to reprise his role as the follicular-challenged archvillain Lex Luthor:
"I'm scheduled to come back, meaning that I made a deal to do a second film, and I think Kate (Bosworth) did as well," said Spacey today during press conference to promote his new gambling flick 21. "Bryan and I spoke last spring and I knew he was gonna do this film in Germany and then he was talking about doing another film after that. My suspicion is that if they are moving forward, it probably wouldn't start shooting until sometime in the spring of 2009 to be released in 2010."
Spring of 2009 -- that'll give producers more than enought time to find a replacement for Brandon Routh. Posted 03.13.08 by reelz