Fans of action or zombie movies will have new releases to choose from at this weekend's movie theater box office. But before you make the trip, the Movie Date podcast cohosts give their thoughts on two of the three new releases.
The release of an action-packed version of the fairy tale Hansel and Gretel is one of a string of Hollywood's retellings of internationally loved stories. A folklore scholar explains why the Brothers' collection is still popular today.
Two movies that hit the big screen on Christmas will become widely available this weekend. Django Unchained, from Quentin Tarantino, and Les Miserables, a remake of the long-running musical, both are worth seeing, critic Rafer Guzman says, but neither are home runs.
This weekend's big movies include J-Lo's artificial insemination romantic comedy 'The Backup Plan,' and the action adventure flick 'The Losers.' Takeaway movie contributor and Newsday film critic Rafer Guzman walks us through the new releases.
Newsday film critic and Takeaway contributor, Rafer Guzman previews the weekend's most anticipated films. Robert Downey, Jr., is out to save the world in "Iron Man 2" and a new documentary looks at the lives of babies around the world.
'Get Him To The Greek,' hits theaters today. To discuss the film and the evolution of bromance, we talk with the co-hosts of the 'Movie Date' podcast, Takeaway producer Kristen Meinzer and Takeaway movie contributor and Newsday film critic Rafer Guzman.
Yesterday, Casey Affleck, Phoenix's brother-in-law and director of "I'm Still Here," a so-called documentary about Phoenix's downfall, announced that Phoenix's behavior over the last two years has been part of an elaborate performance for the film.
Today, one of the greatest screen villains of the past quarter century returns in ?Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.?
Movie date co-hosts Rafer Guzman and Kristen Meinzer share their opinions. And Louise Story gives her insights.
'Paranormal Activity 2' is arguably the most highly anticipated horror movie sequel of the year. It follows regular people who are being haunted by menacing spirits. Movie date co-hosts Rafer Guzman and Kristen Meinzer share their opinions on the film.