Some critics like to call action epics like Monster Hunter “thrill rides,” but here that statement is as true as it is meaningless and hollow.
David Harbour and Milla Jovovich were in Toronto this week to talk about Hellboy, director Neil Marshall’s horror-infused reboot of the Dark Horse comic book series, and I had a blast talking to these two iconic stars.
Director John Curran’s dramatic thriller Stone debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival, with stars Milla Jovovich, Robert De Niro, and Edward Norton participating in a press conference to discuss the film with the media.
The stars have been walking the red carpets this weekend for the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival, and fans have been lining up for hours to get a glimpse.
Yesterday was the start of the 35th Toronto International Film Festival and the big events were the opening gala film (Score: A Hockey Musical) and the opening night party.
Happy New Year, and welcome to the dregs of 2007. It might be a whole new year out there, but on DVD there isn’t much to celebrate but a lot of bad action movies. There are still lots of great films from last year headed to DVD in the next couple of months, but this week the studios are pushing out their “choice” films since most shoppers are still recovering from their annual Holiday spending sprees.