“2 Guns,” a buddy cop comedy- thriller featuring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg, was the top weekend film in U.S. and Canadian theaters, collecting $27.1 million for Universal Pictures.
A friend is telling me she can do downward dog on her paddle board.
“2 Guns,” a buddy cop comedy- thriller featuring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg, was the top weekend film in U.S. and Canadian theaters, collecting $27.4 million for Universal Pictures.
While many Los Angeles teens are looking for summer love or surfing, Flynn McGarry is searching for perfect truffles and sockeye salmon for his pop-up restaurant.
Jacob Putnam is a sensitive young Harvard graduate burdened with literary aspirations. Having quit an advertising job in pursuit of artistic freedom, he’s traveled to Prague and become the archetypal innocent abroad.
“Broadchurch,” BBC America’s searing, eight-episode drama resolves itself with a harrowing scene of child murder.
More than 150 years before California had vineyards, settlers in Jamestown, Virginia were crushing grapes.
England’s oldest working theater presents the newest classical music festival. It’s a winning combination.
Will France’s obsession with “l’exception culturelle” derail the forthcoming negotiations about a free-trade agreement between the U.S. and the European Union?
“I felt objectified,” whines a well-endowed sociopath, post-orgy, in Paul Schrader’s micro- budget debacle “The Canyons.”
"More is much less in '2 Guns."
- Greg Evans on Aug 04, 2013