• PG-13, 1 hr. 43 min.
  • Drama
  • Directed By:
    Anne Fletcher
    In Theaters:
    Aug 11, 2006 Wide
    On DVD:
    Dec 19, 2006
  • Buena Vista

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March 16, 2008

Box Office Guru Wrapup: Horton Hears Cash Registers Ring at Box Office Opens in new window

North American film fans heard the call of the elephant and stampeded to the box office to see the animated Dr. Seuss pic Horton Hears a Who, which enjoyed the largest opening weekend of the year so far. More...

February 28, 2008

Get Ready for Step Up 3-D Opens in new window

First, Disney ordered you to Step Up, and you complied. Then, they demanded that you Step Up 2 the Streets -- and you did that, too. You know what comes next, right? More...

February 14, 2008

Box Office Preview: Four New Candidates Arrive For Presidents' Day Opens in new window

The annual convergence of the Valentine's Day and Presidents' Day holidays has lead to a unique situation this year as studios are all releasing their wide openers on Thursday hoping for strong five-day starts for their pictures. More...

January 29, 2008

Stephen Sommers' G.I. Joe Finds Its Duke? Opens in new window

Remember all those rumors about Sam Worthington being in line to star as Duke in Stephen Sommers' live-action G.I. Joe? Well, they were true. Emphasis on the "were." More...

August 16, 2007

Box Office Guru Preview: Make Way for McLovin Opens in new window

Carrying some major buzz into the marketplace, Sony's teen comedy Superbad hits the multiplexes this weekend aiming to bring in some big business from horny young adults looking for a spark to get rid of their end-of-summer blues. More...

August 9, 2007

Box Office Guru Preview: Chan and Tucker Back in Action Opens in new window

Another wide assortment of summer offerings will hit the multiplexes across North America this weekend. The action-comedy sequel Rush Hour 3 leads the way as the main course and will be joined by side dishes like the fantasy adventure Stardust, the family comedy Daddy Day Camp, and the horror flick Skinwalkers. More...

July 11, 2007

Mary Elizabeth Winstead Set to "Make It Happen" In Burlesque Flick Opens in new window

If you watched "Live Free or Die Hard" and thought, "Gee, what I'd really like to see is Mary Elizabeth Winstead with less clothing and more dancing," this item is for you: Variety is reporting that Winstead will star in "Make It Happen," a project referred to as "a dance movie set in the world of burlesque." More...

October 5, 2006

Box Office Guru Preview: "Departed" Arrives with a Bang Opens in new window

Movie studios are offering something for every age group over the Columbus Day holiday weekend. Mature adults will go undercover with Martin Scorsese's cop thriller "The Departed," twentysomethings looking for a scare get the horror prequel "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning," while teenagers have a chance to laugh with the new comedy "Employee of the Month." More...

September 21, 2006

Bruce Willis Starts Shooting "Die Hard 4" -- in Baltimore Opens in new window

Yes, that's right: The newest "Die Hard" entry, tentatively (we hope) entitled "Live Free or Die Hard," has begun production in Baltimore -- a city that has a really awesome aquarium, should you ever spend a weekend there. More...

September 10, 2006

Box Office Wrapup: "Covenant" Leads Pathetic B.O. Frame Opens in new window

Tumbleweeds blew through North American theaters this weekend as movie fans forgot that there were films playing at their local cinemas. For the first time in three years, no film managed to generate at least $10M in weekend ticket sales. More...

September 5, 2006

Box Office Wrapup: Invincible Scores Another Win at #1 Opens in new window

Moviegoers had football on their minds for the second straight weekend as Disney's true-life NFL tale "Invincible" remained atop the North American box office over the long Labor Day holiday weekend finishing off another summer movie season. New releases "Crank" and "The Wicker Man" opened in second and third, respectively, while the critically acclaimed films "Little Miss Sunshine" and "The Illusionist" both scored strong per-theater averages in moderate release. The holiday frame marked the first weekend in six long months where no new film debuted with at least $15M. Hollywood was happy to close the books on a summer movie season that was slightly better than than last year's. More...

August 20, 2006

Box Office Wrapup: Snakes Opens at #1, But Lacks Bite Opens in new window

Samuel L. Jackson's much-talked-about thriller Snakes on a Plane landed in first place at the North American box office this weekend, but lacked the kind of bite that was expected given all the media attention and internet buzz that surrounded the film. More...

August 17, 2006

Box Office Preview: "Snakes" Prepares For Takeoff Opens in new window

This weekend Samuel L. Jackson looks to seize control of the muthaf*ckin' box office with his new muthaf*ckin' film "Snakes on a Plane" which invades theaters on a wave of internet buzz. More...

August 14, 2006

Box Office Wrapup: "Talladega Nights" Stays #1, "Step Up" Surprises Opens in new window

Despite a pair of newcomers close behind in its rearview mirror, Will Ferrell's hit comedy Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby finished in first place for the second consecutive weekend to retain its North American box office trophy. More...

August 10, 2006

Box Office Preview: "World Trade Center" Arrives in Theaters Opens in new window

Another frame packed with four new national releases is led by Oliver Stone's 9/11 drama "World Trade Center" from Paramount. A trio of lower profile pics round out the weekend - Sony's family adventure "Zoom," Buena Vista's teen drama "Step Up," and The Weinstein Company's horror flick "Pulse." Despite all the new entries, Will Ferrell will try to win the box office title for the second consecutive time with his comedy "Talladega Nights" which has been racing well ahead of its competition since opening last weekend. More...

August 9, 2006

Critical Consensus: A Brave New "World," A "Step" Down, And No Screenings for "Pulse" and "Zoom" Opens in new window

This week at the movies, we've got Oliver Stone paying tribute to the heroes of 9/11 ("World Trade Center," starring Nicolas Cage); two youngsters trying to start a dance dance revolution ("Step Up," starring Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum); a school for young superheroes ("Zoom," starring Tim Allen and Courteney Cox); and an evil website ("Pulse," starring Kristen Bell). What do the critics have to say? More...

July 27, 2006

Kevin Smith Moonlights as a Film Critic, Sitting in for Ebert Opens in new window

Richard Roeper will have a few guest hosts to work with while good ol' Roger Ebert recovers from recent surgery, and it looks like he'll have a fun time with episode #1. Writer/director/movie-geek Kevin Smith will be stopping by to share his thoughts on some new releases. (No, not "Clerks 2.") More...

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