What happens when a sassy drag queen (Alan Cumming) and a buttoned up
lawyer (Garret Dillahunt) seek to gain custody of a young man (Isaac
Leyva) with Down syndrome who has been abandoned by his drug-addicted
The Call focuses
on Jordan Turner (Halle Berry), an experienced 911 operator who takes
over a call from a young woman (Abigail Breslin) caught in the clutches
of a serial kidnapper/murder from Turner’s past.
ReelAbilities: Cincinnati Disabilities Film Festival(March
9-16, 2013), in its second year of programming, continues to offer
alternative stories featuring performers and characters with
disabilities actively and artfully engaged with mainstream society.
It’s time to say goodbye to America’s ski-masked sweetheart, a man only known by his alias, “Jon.” Delocated will end with a single, Bourne Identity-esque 30-minute special (12:30 a.m. Friday, Adult Swim).
This dramatic look at the end of the Pacific efforts of World War II from director Peter Webber (Hannibal Rising)
focuses on General Bonner Fellers (Matthew Fox) as he’s charged with
deciding the fate of the Japanese emperor — whether or not he should be
executed as a war criminal — while attempting to find an exchange
student he met in the US.
Colin Farrell stands at the crossroads. He’s a good looking actor known
for a brand of old-fashioned masculine intensity that doesn’t quite seem
to be of or for this modern screen world, but he finds ways to slip
into character roles that allow him to breathe real life into otherwise
Sam Raimi (the Spider-Man trilogy) tackles the
backstory of the greatest and most powerful wizard this side of Gandalf;
that would be Oz (James Franco), who starts off as a small-time
magician before landing in an enchanted land in dire need of rescuing.
That tagline — “You don’t know Jack” — is
going to be run into the ground over the course of the next week or so,
as director Bryan Singer’s latest feature about a farmhand named Jack,
some magic beans and an army of angry giants threatens to overtake the