Seriously. Did you ever have a ridiculously good-looking friend who was also brilliant and talented, but they made some really bad choices and threw it all away? Victor Frankenstein is like that. This movie has so much going for it, and just fritters it away, like a goddamn frittering machine.
I’m the sort of person who reads up on movies before I go and see them. It’s very infrequent I just see something on a whim — but Push was one of the rare movies I went in blind. And somehow, in the age of today’s superhero blockbusters, it still stands as one of the most interesting superhero movies I’ve ever watched.
It's sad enough when a movie doesn't rock the box office — but at least some movies lose money in theaters only to become beloved cult classics later on. Which movie do you wish would get a new lease on life as a cult favorite?
Because it was garbage. BA-ZING!
In the new movie Trance, James McAvoy loses his memory and needs to be hypno-probed by Rosario Dawson. Amazingly, science fiction and fantasy have produced tons of way sillier amnesia storylines than that. Here are the 13 most insane memory-loss stories of all time.
Sometimes a movie sparks everybody's imagination months before it comes out. When a film gets talked about, that's usually a good thing — and it's an even better thing when it becomes the subject of memes and ideas. Unless those memes totally misrepresent what the movie's about, and wind up killing all interest in…
Creepy children who can see the future are a mainstay of movies and television — and a surprising number of them are artistically gifted. Put a crayon or magic marker in the hands of a little prophet, and he/she will draw you a deathly masterpiece every time.
Push director Paul McGuigan has let slip a couple of details about the British television fantasy series he's working on with comics writer Grant Morrison, calling it "Twin Peaks meets Brigadoon".
Push, the vastly underrated film about people with special mind powers - and basically everything Heroes should be but isn't - is getting a TV series. This could be the clever real-world superhero series we've been asking for.
This was a year of extremes: huge CG-heavy spectacles and low-budget gems. Most of all, 2009 made us feel the boundaries of cinema were stretched... for good and ill. Here are the 10 best and 10 worst films of 2009.
One thing missing from J.J. Abrams' new Star Trek was a heavy handed message, about racism or international relations. We asked writers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman what it all meant. With minor spoilers...
The stop-motion animated Coraline scored big at the box office, raking in $16.3 million. But other genre entries, Push and Fanboys, lost out to Paul Blart, Mall Cop and He's Just Not That Into You.
Push, opening today, is a crash course in how to do a cheerfully nonsensical action-adventure fantasy without winking at the audience or getting too cute. It feels revolutionary because it's so old-school. Mild spoilers.
Can you be court-martialed for posting massive spoilers? A Navy Seal who worked on Transformers 2 may find out. Plus T4 and Battlestar pics, Spider-Man 4 details, Lost clips, and an eye-bleeding Dollhouse promo.
Clairvoyant Dakota Fanning and telekinetic Chris Evans are on a mission to save their skins from Cassie's dire prediction, in some new clips from the new mind-bending movie Push.
Paul McGuigan is best known for directing quirky thrillers like Lucky Number Slevin. He told us about branching out with the paranormal action-adventure film Push — and his involvement with Marvel's abortive Deathlok movie. Spoilers.
Today's spoilers include Chris Pine's Star Trek sex forecast, and official confirmation of a naughty Transformers rumor. Lost's producers explain everything. Plus dirt on Watchmen, Star Wars, Fringe, Heroes, Supernatural and Sarah Connor.
A monster from Big Man Japan is giving us the old eye-testicle wink, and we're lovin' it. The LA Times has a spread of new movie pics out, and we've picked the best.