Tagged: Elizabeth Banks

Movie Review: ‘Love & Mercy’

Andrew Payne reviews Love and Mercy, the Brian Wilson biopic that perhaps goes too far into the life of the legend.

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Review: ‘Walk of Shame’ Limps Along as a Comedy

Elizabeth Banks is effervescent as a comedic lead, but Walk of Shame fizzles out on laughs.

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Review: ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’

The second Hunger Games film may very well be better than its predecessor. Phil Wallace says the movie is a revved up version of the original.

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From ‘Blade’ to ‘Spider-Man’: The 10 Most Marvel-ous Movies

With Thor: The Dark World bringing its hammer down on the box office, David Morris takes us through 10 of his favorite movies featuring heroes from the Marvel universe.

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‘Walk of Shame’ Halts LA Traffic

There was a major traffic kerfuffle last weekend when the production of Walk of Shame literally stopped traffic with a major road closure in Los Angeles.

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Review: ‘People Like Us’

In People Like Us, Chris Pine and Elizabeth Banks play long-lost half-siblings, and according to Hiko Mitsuzuka, it's a cozy and well-acted dramedy worth checking out.

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30 Rock Season Finale: What Will Happen to the Gang Next Year?

Love was in the air on last night's 30 Rock finale...or was it? Roberto Rico has the recap

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Review: ‘What To Expect When You’re Expecting’

Take a bestselling how-to guide, throw in a dozen actors, and whip up some semblance of a script - and voila - you have 'WTEWYE.' Hiko Mitsuzuka has the review.

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30 Rock: The Return of Avery Jessup

Last night's 30 Rock featured the long-awaited return of Elizabeth Banks as Jack's estranged wife. Roberto Rico has the recap

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Understanding the ‘The Hunger Games’ Phenomenon

Why has The Hunger Games generated so much buzz? Joe Hebert offers his explanation.

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Review: ‘Our Idiot Brother’ Isn’t So Stupid

While it's a predictable and formulaic comedy, Our Idiot Brother is still entertaining, says Amy Lindorff.

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‘The Next Three Days’ Feels Very Familiar

Russell Crowe and Elizabeth Banks star in "The Next Three Days", the Paul Haggis-directed film about a man who plans a prison escape for his incarcerated wife. Paul Hansen says the movie feels similar to other jail break films, but has its merits and is good for fans of that genre.

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