David Yates’ The Legend of Tarzan does an effective job bringing the iconic King of the Jungle back to the big screen in a way that stays true to the classic books. With beautiful cinematography and a surprisingly strong lead performance by Alexander Skarsgard, The Legend of Tarzan delivers an entertaining adaptation of literature’s first super hero. However, will this film resonate with modern audiences who are unfamiliar with the character?
The wait is finally over! Vikings Season 3 premieres tonight on History Channel and it promises to take us on a wild ride through the Dark Ages and the time of the Vikings. Leading us into the fray is Ragnar Lothbrok, a wily and daring hero of his time.
Game of Thrones author George R. R. Martin tells the Hollywood Reporter that a film based on his wildly popular series is being discussed. Will HBO transfer its cash cow to the big screen?
In an age of films concerned about zombies, alien invasions, and the coming of the apocalypse, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea might seem a little innocuous. But although the title suggests aquatic fun, it’s really about saving the planet from imminent destruction. That’s something today’s audience can connect with, or at least admire.
Cinelinx says "oui" to Luc Besson's The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec on DVD!
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones is loose in the Big Apple and the Sony Pictures movie brings to the big screen an amazing supernatural world filled with angels, demons and tough as nails Shadowhunters, oh my. Young actors Lily Collins and Jamie Campbell Bower scorch up the screen, kick some demon ass and display some pretty deft rune magic. It's a quest for Mortal Instruments and it's a summer film defintely set to entertain audiences and make them ponder the otherwordly possibilities of an unseen world. There's not a whole lot of spoilers but there are a few. Come on in and read the Cinelinx review of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.
There’s been much debate as to whether or not Star Trek Into Darkness will feature elements of the story from the second Star Trek film. Although we will have to wait a few more days to see Into Darkness in order to tell for sure, it’s an excellent reason to take a look at the original sequel.