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Shia LaBeouf, Tyrese Gibson, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley attend in style
One ominous detail from last week he "didn't like the looks of"
Oscar winners, steel mills and dive bars collide on film's gritty set
A law school drop out tries to revive the career of a master magician
Twilight: The Score is a must-have companion to the movie experience. Composed, orchestrated and conducted by the award-winning Carter Burwell.
Bob Meyer brings his own play to the screen.
Starring John Malkovich, John Cusack, Cameron Diaz, and Catherine Keener
Matt Damon gives up gambling for law school and a fresh start with his girlfriend, but is drawn back in when his best friend gets in over his head with a ruthless card shark
We hope that in a few years we'll get a mash-up of horse movies - "Seabiscuit vs. Secretariat: Race to Death."
Based on J.G. Ballard's autobiographical novel, Empire of the Sun stars Christian Bale as a spoiled young British boy, living with his wealthy family in pre-World War II Shanghai. During the Japanese invasion, Bale is separated from his parents. With the help of soldier-of-fortune John Malkovich, Bale learns to survive without a retinue of servants at his beck and call. By the time Malkovich and Bale are tossed into a Japanese prison camp, the boy has picked up enough street-smarts and developed enough intestinal fortitude to regard his imprisonment as an exciting adventure. The story ends during the 1945 liberation: on the verge of manhood, the 13-year-old Bale will never again be the pampered, privileged brat whom we met in the early scenes. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide