Tag Archive | Olga Kurylenko

Oblivion Review (Kirk Haviland)

  Oblivion Starring: Tom Cruise, Andrea Riseborough, Olga Kurylenko, Zoe Bell, Melissa Leo and Morgan Freeman Written by Joseph Kosinski, Karl Gajdusek and Michael Arndt Directed by Joseph Kosinski New in theaters this week is the new Science Fiction action/thriller from the director of Tron: Legacy starring Tom Cruise, Oblivion. The first of many apocalyptic […]

To The Wonder Review (Paolo Kagaoan)

To The Wonder Starring Olga Kurylenko, Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams and Javier Bardem Written and directed by Terrence Malick The debate-engendering reception of Terrence Malick’s films continues with his new movie To The Wonder. The festival crowd like the ones in TIFF (including Dustin) and Vencie hated it, Roger Ebert loved it. I see both sides. […]

Magic City Season 1 Blu-Ray Review (Kirk Haviland)

Magic City Season 1 Blu-Ray Review (Kirk Haviland)

Magic City Season 1 Blu-Ray Review Starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Olga Kurylenko, Steven Strait, Jessica Marais, Christian Cooke, Yul Vazquez, Taylor Blackwell, Dominik Garcia-Lorido, Elena Satine, Michael Rispoli, Kelly Lynch and Danny Huston. Series created by Mitch Glazer New this week from Starz Network and Anchor Bay Entertainment comes the first season of the acclaimed […]

TIFF 2012 – To The Wonder Review (Dustin SanVido)

TIFF 2012 – To The Wonder Review (Dustin SanVido)

To The Wonder (2012) Starring Ben Affleck, Olga Kurylenko, Javier Bardem, and Rachel McAdams Written and Directed by Terrence Malick Films that dare to transcend the laws of conventional narrative and structure to become much more a piece of art are somewhat of a mixed bag for me. I applaud filmmakers who aspire to create […]

TIFF 2012 – Seven Psychopaths Review (Matt Hodgson)

TIFF 2012 – Seven Psychopaths Review (Matt Hodgson)

2012 Toronto International Film Festival Seven Psychopaths (2012) Starring Colin Farrell, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell, Abbie Cornish, Olga Kurylenko, and Christopher Walken Directed by Martin McDonagh Note: I had some concerns during Dredd 3D regarding the large number of seats (225 or so) that had been reserved for VIPs and therefore were withheld from paying […]