Frighteners: The Directors Cut
March 1st, 2006

The commentary is no less insightful and entertaining, Jackson remembering plenty of interesting facts about the film that would ultimately become his proving ground as an action adventure director capable of everything from drama and comedy to miniatures and CGI.

Blood Work
December 1st, 2004

‘Be afraid, be very afraid.’ That’s the advice from Paul Katte, cofounder of Sydney’s Makeup Effects Group, when asked what he says to aspiring makeup effects practitioners in Australia.

Caspar: Special Edition
April 1st, 2004

Silberling and his effects team made Casper as real as you’ve ever seen him, and despite a tween-targeted script, it’s worth enjoying again even if you’re a technical buff.

Big Fish
March 1st, 2004

Casting off the dark shadow of Planet of the Apes, Tim Burton returns to the cinematic style he loves best — every scene and word of dialogue is larger than life, and an old fashioned tale is more important than getting it right.

Oh Woman
October 1st, 2005

The net result is an endless string of women in starring roles (usually of the midyear action/comedy blockbuster variety) who not only extol the virtues of the atypical gal who can look after herself but claim to be the embodiment of them.

The Black Balloon
March 1st, 2008

The Black Balloon’s accomplished and eager, but it’s still going to remind you of the old clich√© that Australian filmmakers make movies for social workers instead of audiences.

Superman Returns After September 11th, 2001, every comic strip superhero that had inhabited the ...
July 1st, 2006

The Da Vinci Code Star Bill Murray and director Ivan Reitman poked fun at the puerile, ...
November 1st, 2006

The Blockbuster Backlash History of the Modern Blockbuster In his 1998 book High Concept, Charles Fleming ...
June 1st, 2002

Ahead of the Game The movie marketeers are at it again, trying to stay one step ...
March 3rd, 2004

Art of War, The For almost three years now, the US government has been fanning paranoid ...
August 1st, 2003

Knockaround Guys The Film A bit of a 'before-they-were-stars ensemble' effort (Vin Diesel would never ...
September 1st, 2003

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