Admirers of the original 1981 flick written and directed by Steve Gordon might want to steer clear of the recent remake of "Arthur." No longer filled with subtle humor, this rom-com remake is evidence of a clear generation gap.
"There always are side effects," says Emily Taylor in Steven Soderbergh's new movie "Side Effects," which definitely leaves you feeling lost as the credits roll.
"Side Effects" will leave you in a state of conflict. The film stars Rooney Mara, Channing Tatum, Jude Law and Catherine Zeta-Jones in unexpected, risky roles. Sodenbergh attempts to capture the controversy facing mental illness in the eyes of the court.
"Hakuna Matata—what a wonderful phrase. Hakuna Matata—ain't no passing craze." As theaters filled up last weekend to celebrate the re-release of one of Disney's classic movies in 3D, it's clear "The Lion King" is also not a passing craze.