I read the Hunger Games trilogy, and thought the books got progressively worse, and could barely finish the third, which was a slog. Of course, as is Hollywood's way, they decided to turn the worst book into two goddamn movies. Part one was bad, but I will say it wasn't quite as bad as the book, so perhaps this final film will improve on those last chapters.
But I somehow doubt it.
Another comedy centered on man-children doing their darndest to avoid becoming functioning adults. Starring Seth Rogen — shocker! — Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Anthony Mackie as lifelong friends searching for a legendary party on Christmas Eve.
Julia Roberts would like another Oscar please thank you, but she's not going to get it with this remake of the Oscar-winning Argentinian movie of the same name. Doesn't matter how little make-up she wears, or how terrible her haircut, it can't disguise the fact that the original version was better. Nicole Kidman and Chiwetel Ejiofor, who co-star, can bury their Oscar hopes as well.
Documentary filmmaker Lisa Immordino Vreeland (director of Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel) turns her eye to Peggy Guggenheim, the heiress who collected modern art, and modern artists. Jackson Pollock, Max Ernst, Mark Rothko, and Marcel Duchamp are amongst those she...amassed.