5 Ways to Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday on March 2 (News and Views, Last Update Jul 2017)
Green Lantern
Green Lantern (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2017)
Even though Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds) is a cocky test pilot, he finds himself feeling less than confident when he is chosen by an alien race to join the ranks of the Green Lanterns -- an intergalactic squadron that uses the power of a green ring to keep peace in the universe.
Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas
Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2017)
The Grinch is an ambitious attempt to translate the impossibly difficult images of Dr. Seuss' (Theodor Geisel's) popular book into a live-action movie.
Anne Of Green Gables
Anne Of Green Gables (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2017)
Based on the novel by Lucy Maud Montgomery, a headstrong yet charming young orphan girl struggles to stay out of trouble and gain acceptance in her new home.
Green Book
Green Book (Movie Reviews, Last Update Apr 2020)
Dr. Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali) is a gifted classical pianist who is planning a concert tour through the Deep South in 1962. He is also African American and the South can be a dangerous place for a man who isn't white. To keep him safe down in Dixie, Dr. Shirley hires a bouncer cum driver named Tony Vallelonga (Viggo Mortenson), who has a 5th grade education and prejudiced attitudes towards African Americans. Could be a long trip...
The Green Hornet
The Green Hornet (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2017)
Finding no purpose in his life as the inheritor of a prosperous newspaper empire, Britt Reid (Seth Rogen) is inspired to secretly reinvent himself by Kato (Jay Chou), his father's former mechanic. Together the pair creates a masked superhero known as The Green Hornet.
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The Bookshop
The Bookshop (Movie Reviews, Last Update Apr 2020)
Florence Green (Emily Mortimer) opens a bookshop in an insular British town in 1959. Brimming with excitement about new books and new ideas, Florence meets with resistance when she sets up shop in a heritage building.
Holes (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2017)
Bad luck has dogged Stanley Yelnats IV (Shia LaBeouf) and his family ever since his no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing great-great-grandfather (Damien Luvara) crossed a Latvian gypsy (Eartha Kitt) and brought a curse upon the male members of the clan.
The Incredible Hulk
The Incredible Hulk (Movie Reviews, Last Update Feb 2012)
Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) doesn't just get angry --he turns into The Incredible Hulk! It's a mood disorder he would like to get rid of so he can stop running from General Thunderbolt Ross (William Hurt) of the U.S. military and start concentrating on his relationship with Betty Ross (Liv Tyler). However, the search for a cure gets put on hold when another gamma-radiation created monster called The Abomination (Tim Roth) hits the town and Bruce's inner green demon is needed to battle the brute.
Come Away Home
Come Away Home (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2009)
Twelve-year-old Annie (Jordan-Claire Green) is angry when her parents send her to spend the summer with her grandfather (Paul Dooley), but as the weeks pass she learns to appreciate the elderly man and even make friends with some of his neighbors.
The Hulk (2003)
The Hulk (2003) (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2017)
After a hiatus from the screen, Hulk, the 40-year-old Marvel comic book hero, is making a much-anticipated return to film.
Zoom: Academy for Superheroes
Zoom: Academy for Superheroes (Movie Reviews, Last Update Apr 2009)
Middle age and a bad attitude have taken their toll on Captain Zoom (Tim Allen). So it is with reluctance that the former superhero, whose powers are as out of shape as his body, is forced back into active duty to take on the assignment of training a group of equally misfit kids to be the next generation of superheroes.
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