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Directors’ Trademarks: Wes Anderson

Directors’ trademarks is a series of articles that examines the “signatures” that filmmakers leave behind in their work. In this installment, we’re looking at the trademark style and calling signs of Wes Anderson as director.

It’s Lightning’s Last Chance in the Latest Cars 3 Trailer

The latest trailer for Cars 3 drives home the idea that this could be Lightning McQueen's last trip around the track.  Come inside to experience the thrilling new trailer!

Cars 3 Adds 3 New Cast Members and Several Familiar Faces

A lot of familiar faces will be rooting Lightning McQueen on this summer.  Disney-Pixar announced, today, the arrival new castmembers joining Cars 3, old and new.  Find out who they are!

The End of Lightning’s Career Looms in New Cars 3 Trailer

The 2017 College Football National Championship was home to hard hits and big plays as Alabama took on Clemson.  The commercials weren't exempt from the hard hits as Disney-Pixar released the trailer for Cars 3, featuring what could be the end of Lightning McQueen's career.

Armie Hammer and Cristela Alonzo Add Their Voices to Cars 3

Owen Wilson and his vehicular counterpart, Lightning McQueen, are back in an all-new Cars story. In this 3rd movie, he'll be joined by newcomers Armie Hammer and Cristela Alonzo.  Come inside to get under the hood of the vehicles they'll be playing!

Shanghai Noon Sequel Being Developed

Talks are going to restart the franchise Shanghai Noon. I have to admit, didn’t see that one coming.

Zoolander No. 2 Blu-Ray Combo Pack Arrives Fashionably Early

The Zoolander No. 2 Magnum Edition is on its way to a store near you!  Come inside to find out when you can get your hands on the hilarious sequel!

Cars 2 Blu-ray Review!

The Movie Pool goes round and round with Cars 2 on Blu-ray!

First Trailer for ‘The Big Year’ Falls Flat On Its Face—And...

"A comedy starring Steve Martin, Jack Black, and Owen Wilson.  How could it possibly fail?"

Famous last words...

Midnight In Paris Review: A Dreamland In Paris

Woody Allen’s A Midnight In Paris is a stand-alone summer gem that doesn’t rely on sophisticated special effects or 3D glasses to light up the screen with magic. With an iconic director, all-star cast and its unique comedic charm, it transports its audience to a dreamlike, no frills world that feels vivid and real from its very introduction. The story itself is simple. Gil (Owen Wilson), a successful screenwriter struggling to pen his first novel, travels to Paris with fiancée Inez (Rachel McAdams) to join her parents on a business trip. He fantasizes about his ideal setting: 1920’s Paris, in the rain. She fantasizes about her old friend Paul (Michael Sheen) who contests historical facts with tour guides.

The Casual Cinecast Discusses The Marriage Story and More

This week's all new episode of the Casual Cinecast features a review of Noah Baumbach's Marriage Story, along with Star Wars and Watchmen discussions.  Earlier...