Tags » Bleecker Street

'Megan Leavey' Will Screen Across Country Free For U.S. Military

Members of active and retired military personnel will be able to see the movie Megan Leavey for free across the country at certain Regal Cinemas as Bleecker Street & LD Entertainment, AT&T THANKS, Regal Cinemas and MovieTickets.com are hosting 190 screenings for them. 473 more words

Breaking News

Review: Gray's 'Lost City of Z' is a visual feast for the ages.

First featured on The Movie Revue, contributing critic Brian Wallinger and editor Ben Cahlamer sit down to discuss James Gray’s astounding The Lost City of Z. 671 more words

Film Review

Hilary Swank, Michael Shannon Drama 'What They Had' Bought by Bleecker Street

Bleecker Street has bought North American distribution rights to Elizabeth Chomko’s drama, “What They Had,” starring Hilary Swank, Michael Shannon, Blythe Danner, Robert Forster, and Taissa Farmiga. 202 more words


Bleecker Street Lands Alzheimer's Drama 'What They Had' Starring Hilary Swank & Michael Shannon

Bleecker Street has acquired North American distribution rights to What They Had, a family drama from first-time writer-director Elizabeth Chomko. The pic stars Hilary Swank, Michael Shannon, Blythe Danner, Robert Forster and Taissa Farmiga and just wrapped production in Chicago and Los Angeles. 164 more words

Breaking News

Extraterrestrial Mustard

Sometimes, things just come together unexpectedly, and explanations are kind of useless…

To Work

'Megan Leavey' Trailer: Kate Mara Plays Marine Who Saves Dog That Saved Her

“You don’t really connect with people very well,” a young Marine is told near the beginning of this new trailer for Megan Leavey, a bit of foreshadowing that gets to the heart of this true-life story. 201 more words

Breaking News

'The Last Word' Review: Shirley MacLaine In Total Control & At Her Best

I have just two words for The Last Word: Shirley MacLaine. The legendary star is back with a leading role worthy of her talents and she lets it rip in this amusing, and ultimately touching, film about an 81-year-old divorced woman determined to control her own departure by creating her obituary while she is still alive. 544 more words

Breaking News