While undeniably ambitious, writer-director Noah Baumbach’s adaptation of novelist Don DeLillo’s seminally strange White Noise is a shrill, obvious, and often painfully annoying disaster of epic, indulgent proportions.
Last week, leading in to the massive debut of Marvel’s Iron Man 3 in North America, actor Don Cheadle made one of his near-final stops on the film’s worldwide publicity tour to chat with press in Toronto, and I was lucky enough to ask him a few questions about his return as Colonel James “Rhodey” Rhodes.
Arriving on DVD and Blu-ray this week: Noomi Rapace stars with Michael Nyqvist in the Scandinavian thriller The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo; Richard Gere fights crime in Brooklyn’s Finest; and Colin Firth deals with loss and love in A Single Man.
Opening this weekend at a theatre near you, Robert Downey Jr. stars as Mr. Tony Stark in Iron Man 2; and in the documentary Babies, a filmmaker follows the lives of four newborns in four very different countries.
On May 7, Paramount Pictures debuts director Jon Favreau‘s hotly anticipated sequel, Iron Man 2, which once again stars Robert Downey Jr. as the iconic Tony Stark.
Opening in a theatre near you this weekend, Tim Burton directs the trippy remake of Disney’s Alice In Wonderland; and a look at Antoine Fuqua‘s crime drama, Brooklyn’s Finest.
The folks over at Yahoo! Movies have revealed the first official poster for Iron Man 2, in addition to nine photos from the upcoming 2010 film.
With the Toronto International Film Festival just a week away, film distributors in North America are celebrating the near arrival of all those exceptional films by deluging theatres with all the bad movies left over from the summer. Included in that pack of films is Vin Diesel‘s Babylon A.D., the spoof Disaster Movie, and the teen romp comedy College. Standing out from the crowd, with a respectable number of positive reviews, is the thriller Traitor, starring Don Cheadle.