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I love me some Tom Berenger behind a rifle scope. Remember 1993′s “Sniper”? That movie launched a franchise, though if you don’t partake in the direct-to-dvd movie market, you may not have known that. I did, and I’ve seen all of the “Sniper” movies, including 2002′s pretty good “Sniper 2″ and the equally pretty good “Sniper 3″ in 2004. Seven years later, we got the not-at-all-bad but unfortunately Tom Berenger-less “Sniper: Reloaded.” Although Berenger didn’t show up for “Reloaded,” his co-star from the original “Sniper,” Billy Zane, did. That film also introduced Chad Michael Collins as the son of Berenger’s character, who is also a sniper just like dear ol dad. The latest is “Sniper: Legacy,” which teams Collins and Berenger as father-and-son, thus bringing, I guess, the franchise full-circle. Or some such. The point, is it’s Tom Berenger back behind a rifle scope shooting fools! »
Moviefone's Top Blu-ray of the Week
"Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery"
What's It About? David Lynch's two season TV series had viewers riveted to figure out who killed the beaming blonde homecoming queen Laura Palmer. And maybe, just maybe, some of us fell a little in love with Special Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan), the curious FBI agent sent to investigate Laura's murder while enjoying many damn fine cups of coffee.
Why We're In: This ten-disc set comes with both seasons of "Twin Peaks," as well as the movie "Fire Walk With Me," plenty of featurettes, and deleted scenes (!!!!) from the beloved TV series. Not that we'll ever really know what happened in the strange little town of Twin Peaks, Wa.
New on DVD and Blu-ray
- Jenni Miller
Herzog: The Collection I've been reviewing Werner Herzog movies for the last 13 weeks or whatever it is and all in anticipation of this new 16-film collection from Shout Factory, which finally releases today and includes Even Dwarfs Started Small, Land of Silence and Darkness, Fata Morgana, Aguirre, the Wrath of God, The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser, Heart of Glass, Stroszek, Woyzeck, Nosferatu the Vampyre, Fitzcarraldo, Ballad of the Little Soldier, Where the Green Ants Dream, Cobra Verde, Lessons of Darkness, Little Dieter Needs to Fly and My Best Fiend. Of the bunch I can tell you flat out Aguirre, the Wrath of God, The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser, Stroszek, Nosferatu the Vampyre and Fitzcarraldo are great films and that's without the special features this set contains, which are: English Audio Commentaries: Even Dwarfs Started Small, Fata Morgana, Aguirre, the Wrath of God, The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser, Heart of Glass, »
- Brad Brevet
24 years after Tremors hit theaters, did you actually think you were safe at last from those pesky graboids? Think again – a remake of the beloved horror comedy still has a pulse and is actually ramping up for production sooner than we had thought. Not that we were asking for one, but it might be fun to revisit the premise with more modern special effects, trading out Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward for two modern-day comedians (anyone else want Key and Peele to take this?).
Recently, Don Michael Smith posted the following to his blog, indicating that Universal is keen on the remake:
Hey all you “Company Of Heroes” fans, I’m back in Sofia, Bulgaria getting ready to do another in the series. This one’s called “The Fourth Reich” and it promises to have more of the same only better. For all you out there that hated on the first movie, »
- Isaac Feldberg
The Ultimate Slumber Party
There are certain films that capture the zeitgeist of an era, and The Big Chill is definitely one of them. If a movie like, say, Annie Hall, hits the nail on the head of urban relationships in the late 70s, then Chill embraces the Baby Boomers’ angst of adulthood in the early 80s—a time when the partying and discoing Carter years were undoubtedly over and we, in the USA, were solidly entrenched in Reagan’s world of hippies-turned-yuppies. The Big Chill is a love letter to the Baby Boomers, as it explores themes of regret over wasted opportunities, friendship and camaraderie, nostalgia, and the eternal question of what-happens-next.
Director and co-writer Kasdan, in a recent video interview (included as an extra on the disk), states that one of his influences for the picture was Jean Renoir’s 1939 classic, The Rules of the Game, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Cinema Retro)
This is the trailer for a melodramatic looking movie called Reach Me. The film features an ensemble cast, and the story follows a group of people who end up all being connected by a self-help book written by a mysterious author. I guess one of the best films to compare this to would be Paul Haggis' Oscar winning movie Crash.
The film was written and directed by John Herzfeld (2 Days in the Valley), and he crammed a lot of stories into one movie. The movie is set to be released on October 24th, and it definitely looks interesting.
- Joey Paur
The film brings together plenty of stars and genres, with multiple overlapping storylines and characters. It also features quite a line-up of talent including Sylvester Stallone, Kyra Sedgwick, Thomas Jane, Kevin Connolly, Tom Berenger, Terry Crews, Danny Aiello, Nelly and Lauren Cohan.
Check out the first footage, which follows a group of people all linked by a self-help book published by reclusive football coach.
Reach Me is an uplifting ensemble comedy/drama about a dozen fractured characters whose lives intertwine and eventually collide as a result of a self-published motivational book and its anonymous author.
It’s been a long time since Sylvester Stallone tackled a “serious” drama, but The Expendables star is set to give it another go with Reach Me, a movie which also stars Terry Crews, Kelsey Grammer, Thomas Jane, Kevin Connolly, Kyra Sedgwick, Ryan Kwanten, Tom Berenger, Tom Sizemore, Cary Elwes and Nelly.
Comparisons have been made to Crash, though based on this trailer, Reach Me – which follows a group of troubled people who come together after reading a self-help book written by a mysterious author – looks more like a B-Movie version of that type of film which would be better suited being released straight to DVD!
- Josh Wilding
Today we have a trailer for the upcoming "Reach Me" drama that stars Sylvester Stallone, Thomas Jane, Kyra Sedgwick, Kevin Connolly, Tom Berenger, Terry Crews, Danny Aiello, Kelsey Grammer, Tom Sizemore, Ryan Kwanten, Cary Elwes, and Nelly. Check it out below. Plot: The story follows a group of people who all have a connection to a self-help book authored by a reclusive former football coach. "Reach Me" is written and directed by John Herzfeld (2 Days in the Valley) and is set to hit theaters on October 24th. Removed at the request of the producers. »
"You're a finger painting! Be a masterpiece!" Stranger words have never been mush-mouthed by Sylvester Stallone. I am genuinely baffled by the trailer for "Reach Me," a strange new film with an eclectic cast and a preposterous premise. It looks like "Crash" for the self-help industry, an idea that makes my skin full-on crawl. Updated: The trailer that was originally attached to this story was not, technically speaking, a trailer. While we were not the first to post it, when we were contacted by the film's producers, we took down our copy. It turns out that this was a sales reel cut solely to help raise money during production. In our original version of this story, we mentioned that this is a Millennium Films release, and while that's true, they did not produce it. Our opinion of the sales reel remains, but until there is an actual finished trailer available, »
- Drew McWeeny
The trailer for Reach Me makes the movie seem to have a few too many identities crammed into the frame; as a baseline it comes across like Paul Haggis’ Crash mixed with Dianetics. The ensemble cast includes Sylvester Stallone, Terry Crewes, Kelsey Grammer, Thomas Jane, Kevin Connolly, Kyra Sedgwick, Ryan Kwanten, Tom Berenger, Tom Sizemore, Cary Elwes […]
The post ‘Reach Me’ Trailer: How Many Movies Can Be Crammed Into One? appeared first on /Film. »
- Russ Fischer
The trailer is now online for writer-director John Herzfeld's "Reach Me" starring Tom Berenger, Kevin Connolly, Thomas Jane, Sylvester Stallone, Kyra Sedgwick, Kelsey Grammer, Nelly, Danny Aiello, and Terry Crews.
"Reach Me" is an uplifting ensemble comedy/drama about a dozen fractured characters whose lives intertwine and eventually collide as a result of a self-published motivational book and its anonymous author.
Have a look at the trailer below.
The film is set to open in the fall, October 24th.
- Kellvin Chavez
Trailer below for an upcoming dramedy titled "Reach Me," featuring an ensemble cast that includes Lauren Cohan, Sylvester Stallone, Kyra Sedgwick, Cary Elwes, Terry Crews, Thomas Jane, Nelly, Omari Hardwick, Tom Sizemore, Tom Berenger, Kelsey Grammer, and Danny Trejo. Written and directed by John Herzfeld, the film's story follows a group of people that all have a connection to a self-help book written by a reclusive former football coach. This was a project that ran out of funding before shooting ended, when one of its financial backers backed out, which led to director Herzfeld, star Stallone and producers Cassian Elwes, and Rebekah Chany, to crowdfunding »
- Tambay A. Obenson
As a general rule, I’m a big believer in cinema moving forward. It’s vital for an artform to constantly renew and reinvigorate itself, in order to remain interesting and avoid stagnation. That’s why bold and visionary filmmakers are so important. To date, the writer and director of Reach Me – John Herzfeld – has been neither of those things (2 Days In The Valley, anyone?), but the new trailer for his latest movie suggests a move in a new, more intriguing direction.
The film is about a large collection of characters and their respective connections to a self-help book – titled ‘Reach Me’ – written by a reclusive author, played by Tom Berenger. Now, here’s the thing – it would seem that while this film represents the all-important forward motion for helmer Herzfeld, it may also prove to be the opposite for many in its cast – and that’s just fine. For »
- Sarah Myles
After linking up with his fellow action icons for The Expendables 3, Sylvester Stallone will be turning his hand back to drama with the release of writer-director John Herzfeld’s (2 Days in the Valley, 15 Minutes) new film Reach Me, which has just received its first trailer.
The film deals with a group of people whose lives intersect via a self help book and sees Sly as part of an ensemble that also includes Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride), Terry Crews (The Expendables), Thomas Jane (The Punisher), Tom Sizemore (Saving Private Ryan), Lauren Cohan (Supernatural), Nelly (The Longest Yard), Kevin Connolly (Entourage), Kyra Sedgwick (The Closer), Danny Aiello (2 Days in the Valley), Danny Trejo (Machete), Elizabeth Henstridge (Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Kelsey Grammer (The Expendables 3), Ryan Kwanten (True Blood), Omari Hardwick (Kick-Ass) and Tom Berenger (Inception).
Check out the first trailer here…
Reach Me is set for an October 24th release in the States, »
- Gary Collinson
Star Wars: Episode VII: More than 67,000 people responded to an open casting call for Star Wars: Episode VII late last year, and now two of those candidates have scored roles in the movie: Crystal Clarke, an American actress, and Pip Andersen, a British actor and "skilled practioner" of parkour. The production will also take a two-week hiatus during August while adjustments in the schedule are made to accommodate the recent injury of Harrison Ford. The movie is still on track to be released on December 18, 2015. [StarWars.com] Reach Me Trailer: Sylvester Stallone, Nelly, Kyra Sedgwick and Tom Berenger lead an all-star cast in Reach Me, which is heading to theaters on October 24. As the first trailer explains, all the characters have a connection to a...
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In the midst of his current collection of action movies, Sylvester Stallone has snuck in something more dramatic. Reach Me is a comedy drama that sees him alongside Kelsey Grammer, Danny Aiello, Cary Elwes, Terry Crews, Kyra Sedgwick, Tom Berenger and Thomas Jane.
At the heart of a film is a self-help book that an ensemble of characters have a connection to. Reach Me has been written and directed by John Herzfeld, who was also responsible for the underrated 2 Days In The Valley. And the trailer for it is right here. When we get word of a UK release date, we'll let you know...
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Simon Brew 7 Jul 2014 - 06:16 MoviesReach meJohn HerzfeldSylvester »
John Herzfeld's Reach Me follows a group of strangers whose lives cross paths as the result of a self-help book written by a mysterious author. If the Crash-esque premise doesn't exactly send you running for the multiplex, then maybe the cast will be a draw: The sprawling ensemble includes, among others, Sylvester Stallone in his first serious dramatic role in years, Kelsey Grammer (angry, with a mustache), Kyra Sedgwick (as a newly released inmate), Tom Berenger, Danny Trejo, Entourage's Kevin Connolly, True Blood's Ryan Kwanten, The Newsroom's Terry Crews, and the rapper Nelly. A little something for everyone. »
- Anna Silman
The first trailer for writer-director John Herzfeld’s “Reach Me” hit the web this weekend, featuring a star-packed cast that includes Sylvester Stallone, Nelly, Kelsey Grammer, Kyra Sedgwick and more.
Terry Crews, Thomas Jane, Kevin Connolly, Ryan Kwanten, Cary Elwes, Danny Trejo, Lauren Cohan, Tom Berenger and Danny Aiello also star in the drama that follows a group of characters whose paths cross thanks to a self-help book, written by a reclusive former football coach.
“Reach Me” is set to bow Oct. 24.
- Alex Stedman
The first trailer for Reach Me has been released, and it features an ensemble cast that includes Sylvester Stallone, Kyra Sedgwick, Kevin Connolly, Nelly, Kelsey Grammer, Ryan Kwanten, Terry Crews, and Tom Berenger. The film is about a number of people who feel a connection to a self-help book, written by a super-private former football coach. Check out the trailer here! »
- Michael Lewittes
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