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'Premium Rush' Review

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by Matt Singer August 24, 2012 @ 7:32 AM
Sony Pictures
'Premium Rush.' With a title like that, it could be a line of Starbucks energy drinks, or a boutique line of snowboards, or a reality show about people trying to find the best possible deal on car insurance. Alas, 'Premium Rush' is instead a humdrum chase movie about a bike messenger pursued through Manhattan by a man who wants the envelope he's been hired to deliver.
Co-writer/director David Koepp assembles all the right elements for a knowingly small-scale thriller, and the early scenes crackle with mystery and humor. But at a certain point, he has to turn over his cards and reveal his story's secrets, and what you're left with after that point is a one-note film about a biker darting in and out traffic over and over again.

Retro Rental: Backpedaling From 'Premium Rush' With 'Brick' and 'The Missing Person'

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by James Rocchi August 23, 2012 @ 7:36 AM
Bergman Lustig Productions/Columbia Pictures/The 7th Floor
When actors step up to the roles that make them big-time, it falls to long-term fans to inform all those come-lately types that, yes, long before they had mega-million paydays and films with even bigger budgets, the stars you love seeing splashed across the screen 60-feet high in your multiplex were in -- and good in -- great films before that.

'Looper' Gets a New Poster: Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt Become One

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by Britt Hayes August 22, 2012 @ 5:50 PM
Sony
It's sort of like that Spice Girls song '2 Become 1,' only Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt are there and the wonderful Rian Johnson directs. And there's not actually any singing, except for in our brains. Check out the latest poster from 'Looper,' which reminds us that we still can't wait to see it.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Thinks His '500 Days of Summer' Character Was Kind of a Jerk

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by Mike Sampson August 17, 2012 @ 9:13 AM
Fox Searchlight
'500 Days of Summer' was the movie that catapulted Joseph Gordon-Levitt into A-list stardom. The movie also has a devoted audience of girls who want him and guys who want to be him. But if you're one of those fans of the movie, Gordon-Levitt thinks you might want to reconsider that sentiment.

The 'Dark Knight' Returns? How Warner Bros. Will Reboot the Batman Franchise

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by Christopher Campbell July 23, 2012 @ 12:12 PM
Warner Bros.
A 'Dark Knight' reboot? A 'Dark Knight' sequel? 'Dark Knight' spinoffs or prequels? Though Christopher Nolan has said he's done with the 'Dark Knight' franchise, Warner Bros. has expressed a strong interest in keeping the character going. We take a look at how Warner Bros. will take Batman beyond 'The Dark Knight Rises.'
(Major spoilers for 'The Dark Knight Rises' ahead.)

'The Dark Knight Rises' Premiere: Cast and Crew Say Their Goodbyes

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by Nick Romano July 17, 2012 @ 10:45 AM
Larry Busacca, Getty Images
Yesterday marked the beginning of the end of 'The Dark Knight Rises,' as all the stars and crew behind the final Christopher Nolan-directed Batman trilogy came out to New York City yesterday for the premiere. And what better location to host the 'Dark Knight Rises' premiere than the so named real-life city of Gotham.

'The Dark Knight Rises' MTV Movie Awards Trailer Back Online (and in HD)

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by Sean O'Connell July 2, 2012 @ 8:30 AM
Warner Bros.
Remember that awesome ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ footage Christian Bale, Gary Oldman and Joseph Gordon-Levitt brought to the MTV Movie Awards? The one that was pulled offline immediately after Warner allowed it to be screened as part of the program? Well, it’s back online – in HD – and you don’t have to endure thousands of screaming ‘Twilight’ fans to enjoy it.

'Looper' Trailer: Bruce Willis Tries to Kick His Own Butt

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by Damon Houx June 28, 2012 @ 5:16 PM
Sony Pictures
We just brought you the international trailer for Rian Johnson's 'Looper,' and now there's a domestic one that spends more time presenting the spectacle of the film. We also get to see Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) get into a fight with himself -- albeit the older version (Bruce Willis).