• Tanks of 'Fury' #5: M3 Grant/Lee

    The M3 Grant/Lee saw a lot of early service during WWII, but its off-road problems led to its replacement by the M4 Sherman.
    tanks of fury m3 grant lee
  • Mark Wahlberg, Average Guy

    The producers talk about Mark's real guy appeal in our exclusive bonus clip from "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen."
    mark wahlberg transformers age of extinction
  • Movie Review: ‘The Drop’

    The kind of solid, honest-feeling, mean-streets movie you might think they only make in Boston these days, "The Drop" is, in fact, set in Brooklyn.
    the drop james gandolfini tom hardy
  • Stream 'To Remember' for a Limited Time

    The BBC World YouTube site is streaming the documentary about folks who run in memory of those killed in action.
    to remember movie
Shock and Awe - photos, videos and more!
Get the

Deals & Discounts


Box Office Results: 9/5-9/7

  1. Guardians of the Galaxy - $10.4M
  2. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - $6.5M
  3. Let’s Be Cops - $5.6M
  4. If I Stay - $5.6M
  5. The November Man - $4.3M
  6. As Above, So Below - $3.9M
  7. The Giver - $3.4M
  8. When the Game Stands Tall - $3.4M
  9. The Hundred-Foot Journey - $3.1M
  10. Lucy - $2M

News Archives for Apr 2014

Showing 31 - 35 of 36 news articles

Movie Review: ‘Dom Hemingway’

dom hemingway jude law richard grant

A temperamental, egotistical, British ex-con with a soft side for the daughter he left behind, Jude Law is magnetic as the title character in " Dom Hemingway ," an amusing tale of vengeance, debauchery and redemption told stylishly by writer-director Richard Shepard . Dom is introduced shirtless while delivering a verbose rant about his genitalia, which he likens to titanium, a Renoir or Picasso painting, a Nobel Prize winner, a cheetah, lightening and more. Few outrageous comparisons are spared. His speech could be seen as a pathetic attempt at a pick-up technique, except he's so puffed up. It's clear he could care ... more

Playful Primates Grab the Spotlight in 'Lemurs'

island of lemurs madagascar

Director David Douglas says he hopes people take their children to see his new live-action, IMAX 3D film "Island of Lemurs: Madagascar" so they can enjoy the thrill of learning about these extraordinary animals together. "I think it's a great family experience on many levels," Douglas emphasized in a recent phone interview. "The one that's most obvious to me is that the family that goes to this movie… everybody is going to learn something about lemurs at the same time because, basically, nobody knows anything [about them,]" he explained. "So, it's going to be an experience that ... more

Malaysia, Indonesia Ban Biblical Epic 'Noah'

russell crowe noah

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia and Indonesia have banned the biblical epic "Noah," joining other Muslim nations that forbid the Hollywood movie for its visual depiction of the prophet. Film censors in both countries said Monday that the portrayal of the ark-building prophet by Russell Crowe was against Islamic laws. Depictions of any prophet are shunned in Islam to avoid worship of a person rather than God. "The film 'Noah' is not allowed to be screened in this country to protect the sensitivity and harmony in Malaysia's multi-racial and multi-religious community," Fil... more

Movie Review: Captain America: The Winter Soldier

captain america winter solider 1

What would you do if one of your leaders operated in a way that undermined your values? How would you handle a superior officer who manipulated your mission in ways that were dangerous, morally dubious, and contradicted the cause of the organization you were both a part of? The fictional soldier Steve Rogers, played by Chris Evans, faces these questions when his 1940's system of values is pitted against the complexity of modern warfare in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier." Issues such as PTSD, public transparency, and the morality of drone strikes are part of discussions about U.S. national security in the 21st century. Each o... more

Movie Review: 'Under the Skin'

scarlett johansson under the skin

To say that a movie feels like a dream is not automatically a positive statement. It all depends on the dream. Some dreams, for example, make sense, at least partly, and others are just baffling. Some are compelling, others tedious. Some move quickly, and others feel like they're never going to end. Alas, Jonathan Glazer's "Under the Skin" begins with a lot of the positive attributes mentioned above, but seems to settle into the negative ones as time goes on. It may feel like a dream, but it eventually feels like one you're sorta ready to wake up from. However — and this is a significant "however" — the fil... more

© 2014 Military Advantage
A Monster Company.