On Pay-Per-View, Steve Carell is a newspaper advice columnist with problems of his own in the romantic comedy Dan in Real Life.
On HBO, the dreaded rage virus turns London into a zombie paradise in the horror sequel 28 Weeks Later.
On Starz, Adam Sandler gets serious as a tormented NYC firefighter in Mike Binder's drama Reign Over Me.
On Cinemax, Hilary Swank visits a small town afflicted by the 10 Biblical plagues in the supernatural thriller The Reaping.
And on DVD, Tom Hanks plays a hard-partying Texas congressman who helps drive the Soviets out of Afghanistan in the hilarious true story Charlie Wilson's War. Posted 04.26.08 by reelz
Babysitting? Agoraphobic? Under house arrest? Whatever the reason, if tonight finds you stuck at home, there are plenty of movie options to choose from:
On HBO, Sacha Baron Cohen's comedy blockbuster Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan debuts.
On Cinemax, watch Clive Owen play the anti-hero in Alfonso Cuaron's dystopic Children of Men.
On Pay-Per-View, two new movies make their debuts: Hilary Swank's supernatural thriller The Reaping and Lindsay Lohan's drama Georgia Rule. Posted 10.13.07 by reelz
People of Hollywood: I humbly call for an industry-wide moratorium on so-called “supernatural thrillers.” In recent years, too many talented actors, including Nicole Kidman, Halle Berry and others, have fallen prey to the siren’s call of the genre. This week Hilary Swank, star of The Reaping, becomes its latest victim. I know that if we work together, we can put an end to this scourge that has tainted the careers of so many misguided souls.
Check out our review of The Reaping. Posted 04.06.07 by reelz