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But Charlotte's Web was the first book to really crawl under my skin. I was sad, mad, shocked and then a quivering mess at the injustice of it all. Fast forward a few years, and The Stand became my new favourite book, introducing me to what would
A&E already has one of the most twisted mother/son relationship dramas in their Psycho reboot Bates Motel . Now, the network is about to debut their most disturbing and scariest series to date, the serial killer thriller Those Who Kill , starring
Regular JT film critics Mark Schilling, Kaori Shoji and Giovanni Fazio got together at the Uplink theater/restaurant in Shibuya to talk about each other's No. Cloud Atlas (Fazio), The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Shoji) and Kaguya-hime no Monogatari (
The Wachowski siblings say they're hoping to again surprise audiences with the science-fiction movie "Jupiter Ascending," starring Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis. Andy and Lana Wachowski said in an interview Thursday night that they were overseeing
Halle Berry Movies Hugo Weaving speaks during the press conference for the film Cloud Atlas during the Toronto International Film Festival, Sept. 9, 2012. Actor Tom Hanks arrives on the red carpet for the gala presentation of the film Cloud Atlas at
British actor Ben Whishaw (right, Skyfall, Brideshead Revisited, Cloud Atlas ) has confirmed he's gay via a statement from a publicist about his marriage to his partner, Australian composer Mark Bradshaw, which took place nearly a year ago. Up till
53:20 PM PDT Updated: 07/10/2013 04:53:21 PM PDT "Cloud Atlas" I appreciate ambitious films. Sweeping epics with bulging plots are extremely challenging to make and can be among the most fulfilling to watch, when done well.
Halle Berry is glowing while doing some fabric shopping with her personal assistant on Saturday (July 6) in Los Angeeles. Later in the day, the 46-year-old pregnant actress was spotted satisfying her Mexican food craving with Pink Taco. On the same
The rest of this is, like the book, a deeply serious and madly ambitious meaning-of-life-and-death kind of movie with the directing trio of Tom Twyker, Andy and Lana Wachowski performing a bewilderingly intricate and energetic crosscut through the
Any reader of this blog will know that I'm a big fan of the David Mitchell book. I had my doubts about any film version of it, simply because its structure was so complex, and a screen version would by necessity have to rid itself of one of the novel'