Results tagged with 'halle berry'
Published March 17, 2013
How did Hollywood reward director Brad Anderson's creepy, moody work on films like "Session 9" and "The Machinist"? By tossing him "The Call," a generic and cliché high-concept horror/thriller with little to offer in terms of brains or thrills. Considering the talent on screen and behind the camera, it makes me more sad than mad.
Published Jan. 28, 2013
Comedy is all just a matter of personal preference. That being said, it would be my personal preference for "Movie 43" to be buried at the bottom of the ocean, never to be seen again by human eyes.
Published Sept. 9, 2012
The Social Circle is staying away from political questions this week for obvious reasons. Instead, the focus is on celebrity crushes. More specifically, OnMilwaukee.com asked the group which famous person, living or dead, did they have a crush on and why.
Published July 2, 2008
Eric Benet returns to his hometown, Milwaukee, today for a block party and concert on 23rd Street between Chambers and Burleigh.
Published April 16, 2007
"Perfect Stranger" has the makings of a mystery thriller, but falls back on the "Murder, She Wrote"-type ending. It has the cast and workable plot, but the script is severely lacking.
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Based on the novel by David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas is quite possibly one of the most ambitious films I have ever seen in my life. Brought to you by three directors (a feat almost completely unheard of in the world of cinema), the film is unlike anything I've ever witnessed but does that make it a ...
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