Colin Farrell Reviews, Interviews & More

Winter's Tale: Movie Review

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Apparently we've all got a miracle in us and its our destiny to perform them, no matter how long it takes, and once we do we become stars in the sky, or something. And there are demons (like Russell Crowe) trying to stop us from fulfilling our destiny while also running the organized crime world in New York City. Or something. Oh, and there's a flying white horse. Welcome to the directorial...

Saving Mr. Banks: Movie Review

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Saving Mr. Banks is a fictionalized account of how Walt Disney acquired the rights to adapt Mary Poppins. It reveals the culmination of a 20 year battle he had with Poppins creator P.L. Travers. This is the first time Disney is portrayed in one of his own films during a time where his studio faced one of its greatest challenges.

'Warcraft' Movie May Grab Colin Farrell And Paula Patton

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There's always a risk with putting together a fantasy movie, no matter how popular the source material may be. Just look at what happened with films like Dungeons and Dragons. But when you're dealing with video game adaptations that's an even bigger beast to tackle, but filmmaker Duncan Jones and company believe they have what it takes to make a cool movie out...

DVD and Blu-ray Picks for July 9 -15

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After a long holiday weekend, we’re finally get some decent releases on DVD and Blu-ray this week. Many of which are titles from earlier this year which failed to rouse much interest, but still, there’s Spring Breakers.

'Epic' Trailer: A Bunch Of Celebrities Save A Forest

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In an effort to collapse as many celebrity vocals as was humanly possible into one 3D CG film, Blue Sky has crafted Epic, which is exactly that—a self-consciously gigantic film about good vs. evil inside a forest and (because this is a children’s film) the prerequisite child/teen/target audience surrogate who is stuck in the middle.

Interview: Noomi Rapace On Her Career And 'Dead Man Down'

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Actress Noomi Rapace has dealt with all kinds of movies, from blockbusters to tiny independent films. Regardless of the film, she's proven to be an amazing foreign actress who's star continues to rise due to her diverse roles. Once again she's paired up with Niels Arden Oplev, director of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo trilogy, but this time on his American debut Dead...

Dead Man Down: Movie Review

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Dead Man Down certainly is a cool little revenge thriller with a love story wrapped around it, but the intensity that the film slams on you within the first fifteen minutes flutters away. What's left is a decent love story with little sprinkles of action that feels a little too long for its run time.

Interview: Colin Farrell On Love And Revenge In 'Dead Man Down'

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If somebody harmed someone we loved, we'd go on the war path until the perpetrators got what they deserved. Okay so we can't actually take the law into our hands, but it's nice to see it unfold on the big screen. The difference between normal tales of revenge and Dead Man Down is the sweet love story in the middle of all the bloodshed. Colin Farrell is our main...

Interview: Dominic Cooper On 'Dead Man Down' And 'Fleming'

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It's never fun being on the wrong side of the law, that is unless you happen to be a member of the most powerful gang in town. But then there's the moral dilemma that people don't see that's swimming through the heads of some criminals in thrillers, which is one of the many topics that's discussed in Niels Arden Oplev's new movie Dead Man Down. While Victor...

'Dead Man Down' Trailer: Colin Farrell Joins the 'Dragon Tattoo' Team

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was a phenomenon publishing-wise, and the original Swedish films were big hits internationally. So it's no surprise that Noomi Rapace has been in a number of American films, and now the director of the original trilogy has come to America and directed an action film. Niels Arden Oplev has helmed Dead Man...

Seven Psychopaths: Movie Review

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Who knew dognapping could be so deadly? In Seven Psychopaths, writer-director Martin McDonagh tells a twisted tale of murder, revenge and eventual redemption. On paper, it sounds like a hardcore crime drama. But it's actually a hilarious commentary on violence and a push for pacifism.

Colin Farrell and Sam Rockwell Lead the 'Seven Psychopaths' Trailer

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If you've been wondering why Hollywood showed a renewed interest in Colin Farrell recently, it's all because of his turn in Martin McDonagh’s 2008 film In Bruges. And if Fright Night and Total Recall disappointed, the good news is that Farrell is playing the lead in McDonagh's...

Interview: Colin Farrell on 'Total Recall,' Mars and Lost Memories

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Colin Farrell gained some muscle and grabbed a gun to kick ass in Total Recall. The Irish actor has big shoes to fill in the Len Wiseman remake. The original starred Arnold Schwarzenegger and was directed by Paul Verhoeven. It's been 22 years since their adaptation of Philip K. Dick's "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale" hit theaters. ScreenCrave...

Total Recall: Movie Review

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This weekend, Len Wiseman takes on the sci-fi classic Total Recall. His version trades Arnold Schwarzenegger for Colin Farrell and Mars for Earthbound drama. It's visually impressive and loops in the source material (Philip K. Dick's story "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale") on a need to have...

Comic-Con 2012: 'Total Recall' Cast Interview

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Sony Pictures is back at Comic-Con, ready to dominate with their own collection of science fiction films. One of them is a movie that most people may be familiar with and that's Total Recall.   Total Recall is a remake of the 80s classic about a factory worker named Douglas Quaid (Colin Farrell). Even though he's got a beautiful wife who he loves, a...

New 'Total Recall' Trailer: Flying Cars, Fake Memories, And Killer Wives

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Well, this certainly is interesting—call me crazy, but the trailer for the upcoming Total Recall remake actually looks, well, kind of fun.  Big, dumb, mindless summer movie fun, but still kind of fun nonetheless.  Yes, that’s right—somehow, a Len Wiseman film looks like it may well be worth anticipating and actually watching.

New 'Total Recall' Remake Photos Feature Gunplay, Bloody Stars, And...

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Reemerging from rubble of upcoming summer movies that existed before The Avengers’ box office dominion and the premiere of the third and final The Dark Knight Rises trailer, the Total Recall remake is stumbling forth from the wreckage to remind the world that it exists, and still plans on rearing its rebooted head on August 3—this time, via a series of new action...

Check Out The Full 'Total Recall' Remake Trailer

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Perhaps you will recall that, last week, we offered you a glimpse of Len Wiseman’s Total Recall remake via the teaser for the trailer (and that’s a marketing gimmick that hasn’t gotten old yet, not at all).  Now, you can check out the full trailer for this most unnecessary of remakes—it starts off as fairly intriguing, and then around the one-minute mark...

View The Teaser For The Trailer For The 'Total Recall' Remake

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One of the most odious modern marketing trends in the world of entertainment –besides these—has been the relatively new phenomenon of the trailer for the trailer: basically, we're receiving an advertisement letting us know that an even longer and more detailed advertisement will be coming our way soon.  Last week, we had to stomach the trailer for the trailer for The Twilight Saga:...

Fright Night: Movie Review

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On the surface, Fright Night has a number of strikes going against it. It's a remake. It's in 3-D. The original is loved by fans and unknown to the general public - meaning that its name brand value is low, and those who love the original are probably going to be annoyed. but to make it they assembled a great cast (including Colin Farrell and Anton Yelchin), and they...