"3 Days to Kill" is a corny spy movie. Or is it an action-packed family movie? Writer and producer Luc Besson ("Taken") and director McG ("Charlie's Angels" and "This Means War") have "3 Days to Kill" all over the place.
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Kevin Hart and Regina Hall bring the laughs once again in "About Last Night."
Bombs, stolen art and big stars pervade "The Monuments Men," directed by and starring George Clooney.
Director Jason Reitman takes a solemn turn in the romantic drama "Labor Day." Known for directing "Up in the Air," "Juno" and "Thank You for Smoking," Reitman usually produces cheerful movies. "Labor Day," on the other hand, is serious, somber and intense with a touch of innocence.
"Rake," the new com-dram airing Thursday nights at 9 p.m. on Fox, is to law-based shows what "House" is to medical-based shows.
The third season of the popular HBO series "Girls," starring creator Lena Dunham, is back! For those not clued in, "Girls" is about four women in their early 20s who live in New York City and try to navigate their lives in the real world. The show focuses on themes of friendship, love, maturity and how they all evolve on a journey of self-discovery.
In the first five minutes of "Intelligence," created by Michael Seitzman, we see a lone figure trekking the Himalayan mountainside interspersed with flashbacks. We find out the figure's wife, a CIA operative, had betrayed the agency, and he is on a search for her. Armed men capture him and, while being questioned, he displays extraordinary mental capabilities, from deciphering personal relationships of strangers to opening locked doors. This gives way to an exciting chase and action sequence.
The second installment of J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Hobbit," prequel to the popular "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, is a sensory overload. The IMAX 3-D version is insane - flying arrows and gold coins pop off the screen while an amazing score sets the tone of the scenes, all the while rattling your body to the core. Visually scenes are so fast-paced, and the camera shot is so zoomed-in, that you really work hard to see exactly what is happening.
If you want to get into the holiday spirit early, go see the movie "Best Man Holiday." The star-studded cast includes Terrence Howard, Morris Chestnut, Taye Diggs and Regina Hall. Written and directed by Malcolm D. Lee, who also directed favorites such as "Roll Bounce" and "Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins," this is an instant classic holiday film.
"12 Years a Slave" is a brilliant look into slavery in America as portrayed through the story of one man.