Bryan Singer () directs Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet as an unhappy 1950s couple.
Married with children, bewildered by how they wound up in suburban New Jersey, they plan a move to Paris to get away from it all. Rated: R (limited)Synopsis: Flash-animated movie tells the story of a man who's haunted by surreal images from his experience as a draftee during the Israeli army's invasion of Lebanon in the '80s.
Part III collects four contributions that discuss abstractionist epistemology, focusing on the idea of implicit definitions and non-evidential warrants (entitlements) to account for a priori mathematical knowledge.
Four papers in part IV concern the mathematics of Abstractionism, in particular the issue of impredicativity, the Bad Company objection, and the question of abstractionist set theory.
Based on series of teen adventure books by Cornelia Funke, the film is directed by Iain Softley () as an over-the-hill hit man.
When a woman (Diane Lane) witnesses him in action, she enters the FBI's witness-protection program. Thomas Jane and Joseph Gordon Levitt co-star for John Madden (Synopsis: Kevin James stars as a single dad/security cop who dispenses justice at the suburban mall as mall rats young and old berate him. ( (expanding)Synopsis: True story of the Bielski Brothers, who flee the Nazis in 1941 and set up an encampment of refugees in the Belarussian forest.
Harald Zwart ( TV writers Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo, the movie follows a group of Baltimore singles look for love in all the wrong places.
Ensemble cast includes Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore, Scarlett Johansson, Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Connelly, Kevin Connolly, Justin Long, Ben Affleck and Bradley Cooper.
When a gang of crooks takes hostages at the shopping center, the chubby Everyman gets off his Segway and saves the day. Rated: PG–13Synopsis: Biopic traces the rise and fall of hip-hop visionary Christopher "The Notorious B. G." Wallace from a street kid in Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood to rap music legend who was shot to death after a Los Angeles awards show in 1997. Daniel Craig, Liev Schreiber and Jamie Bell star for director Edward Zwick ( suffers from a laughable script so loaded with clinkers that not even the arty aerial shots can save it from failure.
The comedy, which James co-wrote with Nick Bakay, co-stars Jayma Mays and Keir O' Donnell. Derek Luke and Angela Bassett star with Jamal "Gravy" Woolard as B. The movie's ambitions actually work against it: It's less fun than a straight-up gorefest, and despite a few truly creepy scenes, Synopsis: Brad Pitt re-teams with *Fight Club *director David Fincher to play a man who ages backward.
The movie stars Francois Bégaudeau, who wrote the script based on his own experiences as a teacher.
Rated: PG-13Synopsis: Family adventure fantasy stars Brendan Fraser as a father who reads stories to his 12- year-old daughter (Eliza Bennett).
Rating: Slideshow: The Handmade Tale: Synopsis: A shadowy government agency uses superpowered humans to destroy civilization.