May 8, 2013
Despite the arch tone and the promise of farce implicit in the raccoon invasion that's destroying a suburban homeowner's new lawn, The Details isn't really a comedy.
May 8, 2013
Movie review: 'The Great Gatsby'
THE DETAILS: 'The Great Gatsby' Star rating: Rated: PG-13 for some violent images, sexual content, smoking, partying and brief language THE REVIEW: Even if they haven't read it, most people know "The Great Gatsby" is a brilliant novel that deals with love and loss, the past, class envy and these really big, loud parties with anachronistic music ... (more)
Susan Granger's weekly DVD update
In "The Guilt Trip," Barbra Streisand plays the widowed mother of an organic chemist/inventor who has a new product he's trying to pitch to manufacturers/distributors. Sensitive to his mother's loneliness, he invites her to join him on a road trip while he secretly schemes to reunite her with a lost love, a man she adored before she met and married ... (more)
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New DVD Releases
Movies about the mentally ill tend to render them in cute, charming strokes -- with only the occasional blast of ugly to remind us, "Oh yeah, this gorgeous, lovelorn soul is still crazy." "Silver Linings Playbook" has a hint of that.
Raccoon's ruin Toby Maguire's life in the Details
There are always films coming out that feature an A-list cast but for some reason still get thrown to the video market.