The psychological thriller starring Jude Law, Channing Tatum and Rooney Mara excites critics. Will you see it?
Saturday, February 9
With "Side Effects," director Stephen Soderbergh takes on the doctor/patient relationship; Big Pharma; intimacy; and a host of other issues. If I told you how it works out, you would tar and feather me as The World's Worst Spoiler. Suffice it to say the movie gives us Emily Taylor (Rooney Mara of "Girl With a Dragon Tatoo"), who's reuniting with her husband Martin (Channing Tatum). Martin has spent four years in prison for insider trading, meaning that Emily had to fend for herself as she coped with a less than six-figure income. Have you seen the film? Leave your review in the comments below. When the black dog of depression come nipping at her heels, she tries to kill herself, then ends up with psychiatrist Jonathan Banks (Jude Law) …
Matthew McConaughey and Channing Tatum head up the studly cast of an all-male revue in “Magic Mike.”
Saturday, June 30, 2012
“Magic Mike” tells the story of an aspiring entrepreneur pursuing the American dream … who are we kidding? Who really cares about the plot? Channing Tatum, Matthew McConaughey and a cast of handsome Hollywood hunks show off their best assets as strippers in an all-male revue. AP Movie Critic Christy Lemire compares the movie to “Sex and the City.” Have you seen the film? Leave your review in the comments below. “This is a movie that’s tailor-made for groups of friends to get together and giggle and ogle at the spectacle of it all. And it is a lot of fun -- there’s no shame, we’re all friends here -- but it’s also more substantial than you might expect, and more mundane,” Lemire wrote on Boston.com. The more mundane aspect centers on Magic…