Tagged: James Franco

Where Are They Now?: ‘Freaks and Geeks’

The stars of NBC's cult 1999-2000 series have come a long way in the last 15 years.

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Review: ‘Palo Alto’

Palo Alto attempts to follow in the footsteps of American Graffiti and Kids, but it falls a bit short of those coming of age classics.

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Interview: James Franco, Gia Coppola and the Stars of ‘Palo Alto’

Gia Coppola, James Franco, Jack Kilmer, Zoe Levin, Emma Roberts and Nat Wolff sit down to talk about Palo Alto, a story about the gritty side of high school and growing up.

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Review: ‘Maladies’

A slow and arduous makes Maladies another self-referential mess for James Franco.

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Review: The ‘Veronica Mars’ Movie is For the Fans–And We Wouldn’t Have it Any Other Way

The 'Veronica Mars' movie is made for the fans--and the fans will LoVe it...

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Movie Review: ‘Homefront’

Homefront Movie Review

Andrew Payne review Homefront, the new action film from writer Sylvester Stallone and star Jason Statham. At first, it doesn't seem like what you'd expect from the pair until it becomes horribly too much like what you'd fear.

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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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Review: ‘As I Lay Dying’

James Franco's latest directorial venture is ambitious, but gets confused when it should focus on storytelling.

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Review: ‘Spring Breakers’

The kids are not allright in Harmony Korine's new film.

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Review: ‘Oz’ The Very Good and Powerful

This new trip to Oz is mostly worth it, says Ian Murphy.

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Brad’s Buzz: The Week in Pop Culture 2/26

Admitted pop-culture addict, Brad Liberti, offers up five things to be excited about in film and television right now.

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Review: ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’

Rupert Wyatt's Rise of the Planet of the Apes -- which stars James Franco, Freida Pinto, and Andy Serkis -- is "worth a viewing" according to Adam Spunberg, but don't expect a purely action-driven film. This is a grim, emotional origin story which leaves the viewer unsure of where he or she stands, injecting post-modern flavor into a series with which we're all very familiar.

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Trailer Review: Rise of the Planet of the Apes

The new trailer for Rise of the Planet of the Apes is out, and Dave Morris says whether or not he wants to see the James Franco movie.

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Picktainment Weekly: Four Films

Aphrodite Manousos discusses Arthur, Ryan Koch is down on Your Highness, and Kit Bowen covers those films as well as Soul Surfer and Born To Be Wild. Phil Wallace hosts our Picktainment Weekly Podcast.

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Review: ‘Your Highness’ Goes Low

David Gordon Green's Your Highness provides some lessons in modern day cinema, says Ryan Koch. That is, Danny McBride isn't much a screenwriter, Green hasn't found his stride as a director, and Justin Theroux can outshine a cast the includes Natalie Portman, James Franco, McBride, and Zooey Deschanel.

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