Summer movies tend to come on strong...at least the trailers and hype usually shout blockbuster. But what can we expect from the films being released this summer? And what is the ultimate summer movie experience: hitting an IMAX; piling the family in the car and finding one of the few drive-ins still in operation; being able to enjoy dinner during the show; or will any multiplex do? Contributing Film Editor for Cincinnati CityBeat and Dayton CityPaper, tt stern-enzi, and WVXU Entertainment ContributorLarry Thomas take a look at what's in store for movie-goers this summer. For more movie reviews and information, check out the Movie Review Query Engine.
The 86th Academy Awards show airs live this Sunday with Host Ellen DeGeneres. Which film will win the Oscar for Best Picture of 2013, Gravity, American Hustle, Dallas Buyers Club, 12 Years a Slave, Zombie Massacre?
The camera loves us. Or at least it loves our hillsides, rivers, neighborhoods and architecture. Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky have been cast in dozens of feature films over the years, including "Rain Man", "Traffic", "Airborne", "The Ides of March" and, "A Rage in Harlem." And another major motion picture, "Carol", is scheduled to start production here this spring.
Cowboys and Indians, Cowboys and Aliens, and now Cowboys and Zombies, in Revelation Trail, a movie produced by John Gibson, a Northern Kentucky University lecturer and film maker. John Gibson gives us a preview of the movie, which has its first area screening July 25 at the Madison Theater in Covington.