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'Iron Man 3' leads off Marvel's Phase 2

...though somewhat lighthearted, are never goofy or silly or too referential. Remember what happened to "Batman" when Joel Schumacher got involved. A cautionary tale if there ever was one. Grade: A-"Iron Man 3" is rated PG-13 for comic book...

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Arts & Entertainment
Reeling It In: 'The Green Hornet' is a blast

...The Green Hornet" is hilarious and never takes itself seriously, yet somehow manages to remain just this side of Joel Schumacher's debacle "Batman and Robin," which was so campy it nearly sunk the career of George Clooney, who survived due...

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Pulse
Going back makes new X-Men truly first class

...seriously. The filmmakers created a real world for their characters to inhabit, not some candy-colored, goofball Joel Schumacher nightmare which is what killed the "Batman" franchise for so long.When the sequel came along, surprise, it was...

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Arts & Entertainment
Trespass

Now Playing Synopsis: A wealthy family fights back against a gang of ruthless criminals during a violent home invasion in this relentless nail-biter from director Joel Schumacher (8MM, Phone Booth). Powerful businessman Kyle (Nicolas Cage), lives in a private community with his gorgeous wife, Sarah (Nicole Kidman), and their rebellious teenage daughter, Avery (Liana Liberato). Though security is tight in the affluent neighborhood, cunning thief Elias (Ben Mendelsohn) has spent months planning the perfect robbery, and his crew has just the skills needed to pull it off. Meanwhile, overburdened mother Sarah is overseeing the renovations that Kyle has approved when her gaze begins drifting to the backyard of their sprawling estate, and to handsome worker (Cam Gigandet) as he tends to their pool. Then one night, without warning, a simple knock at the door changes everything. Their home suddenly overrun by a band of ruthless criminals whose polite demeanor masks a terrifying malevolence, the fractured family realizes that the only way out alive is to trust one another and fight together to reclaim what is rightfully theirs. Trespass played at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Nicolas Cage, Nicole Kidman, Ben Mendelsohn, Liana Liberato, Cam Gigandet Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

Trespass

Now Playing Synopsis: A wealthy family fights back against a gang of ruthless criminals during a violent home invasion in this relentless nail-biter from director Joel Schumacher (8MM, Phone Booth). Powerful businessman Kyle (Nicolas Cage), lives in a private community with his gorgeous wife, Sarah (Nicole Kidman), and their rebellious teenage daughter, Avery (Liana Liberato). Though security is tight in the affluent neighborhood, cunning thief Elias (Ben Mendelsohn) has spent months planning the perfect robbery, and his crew has just the skills needed to pull it off. Meanwhile, overburdened mother Sarah is overseeing the renovations that Kyle has approved when her gaze begins drifting to the backyard of their sprawling estate, and to handsome worker (Cam Gigandet) as he tends to their pool. Then one night, without warning, a simple knock at the door changes everything. Their home suddenly overrun by a band of ruthless criminals whose polite demeanor masks a terrifying malevolence, the fractured family realizes that the only way out alive is to trust one another and fight together to reclaim what is rightfully theirs. Trespass played at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Nicolas Cage, Nicole Kidman, Ben Mendelsohn, Liana Liberato, Cam Gigandet Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

Side by Side

Now Playing Synopsis: A host of accomplished filmmakers discuss the emerging technological innovations that have made celluloid a thing of the past and digital the wave of the future in this eye-opening documentary featuring interviews with Martin Scorsese, James Cameron, David Lynch, Richard Linklater, Steven Soderbergh, Danny Boyle, George Lucas, Robert Rodriguez, Christopher Nolan, Lars von Trier, David Fincher, Larry Wachowski, Andy Wachowski, and numerous other directors, cinematographers, and artists. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Keanu Reeves, Steven Soderbergh, James Cameron, David Lynch, Richard Linklater, Martin Scorsese, David Tattersall, Phil Meheux, Charles Herzfeld, Alec Shapiro, Lars von Trier, Anthony Dod Mantle, Jason Kliot, Geoffrey Gilmore, Ellen Kuras, Caroline Kaplan, Darnell Martin, John Malkovich, Danny Boyle, Thomas Rothman, Michael L. Phillips, Walter Murch, Craig Wood, Derek Ambrosi, Anne V. Coates, Chris Lebenzon, Lorenzo Di Bonaventura, John Knoll, Tim Webber, Dennis Muren, Adam Valdez, Jonathan Fawkner, Don Ciana, Terry Haggar, Andrzej Bartkowiak, Stefan Sonnenfeld, Jill Bogdanowicz, Tim Stipan, Jost Vacano, Geoff Boyle, Dion Beebe, Jim Jannard, Ted Schilowitz, Vilmos Zsigmond, Bruce Dorn, Shruti Ganguly, Lena Dunham, Ari Presler, Glenn Kennel, Vincent Pace, Steve Schklair, Joel Schumacher, Barry Levinson, Michael K. Goi, Gary Einhaus, Edward Stratmann Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

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