The third film in the blockbuster series takes the fight out of the killing floor of the arenas and to the capitol in an act of revolution. It was the top box office hit of 2014.
The fourth film in the mutant superhero series rewinds to the formation of the team in the 1960s with a cast of young actors taking over the roles.
The sixth feature in the official X-Men big screen franchise wraps the series with another end-of-the-world battle with the young incarnations of the mutant team of superheroes.
The hit young adult science fiction novels by Suzanne Collins comes to the big screen with Jennifer Lawrence in a star-making performance as reluctant hero Katnis Everdeen.
Debra Granik’s Winter’s Bone (2010), set in the crime and poverty of the Ozark Mountains, is a coming-of-age survival story in an outlaw culture where meth labs have replaced moonshine stills and the code of silence is enforced with pitiless finality. Jennifer Lawrence was revelation as the 17-year-old Ree, who has grown up fast to […]
David O. Russell wrote (or rather, rewrote) Joy (2015) for Jennifer Lawrence, who he directed to an Academy Award in Silver Linings Playbook (2012) and an Oscar nomination in American Hustle. Lawrence score another nomination for Joy, based on the true story of Joy Mangano, the divorced single mother turned entrepreneur who invented the Miracle […]