Grace Kelly would lead the cast of 1954’s Hitchcock classic Dial M for Murder the story about a perfect murder.
In this 2006 movie Tom Cruise flips, dodges, and flies through the film as the fearless Ethan Hunt.
For over 60 years the film has remained a staple of the holiday season. Now it holds a place in the history of American film as one of the most recognized and watched movies. I would encourage you to see this one with the whole family.
The new trailer for part one of the series The Hobbit.
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows is the much-anticipated sequel to the 2009 film Sherlock Holmes starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law.
This is an interesting film that has a good pace and an interesting story. The point it drives at has remained relevant which might be why this film still works today.
From Arrested Development to The Kingdom Jason Bateman has proven to be pretty versatile. Now comes The Switch starring Bateman opposite Jennifer Aniston in this comedy with a hint of romance. The movie was released in the summer of 2010 to mixed reviews and only recently did I get around to watching it. In the end I was pleasantly surprised.
Band of Brothers is not exception to the quality of work I’ve come to expect from HBO. With Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg as executive producers this series of episodes is bound to stand the test of time.