A young man and the daughter of a millionaire elope to Las Vegas in her father's Rolls-Royce against his wishes. Howard's unspectacular directorial debut!
Fury , out Friday, follows Brad Pitt on a World War II tank with Logan Lerman, Shia LaBeouf, Michael Pena and Jon Bernthal on a deadly mission in enemy territory for 24 hours. Directed by David Ayer, the $68 million Sony release is expected to open in the $25 million range. The Hollywood Reporter's chief film critic Todd McCarthy writes that it's 'a good, solid World War II movie, nothing more and nothing less.
Kill the Messenger, out Friday, asks Jeremy Renner to portray Gary Webb, the San Jose Mercury News Pulitzer-Prize winning investigative journalist as he undergoes a controversial investigation into a CIA conspiracy in Nicaragua that led to America's cocaine epidemic. The Hollywood Reporter's chief film critic Todd McCarthy notes the shortcomings of the film, saying that it feels 'like a mid-level gritty downer of a 1970s movie, even though it's set in the mid-1990s.
Opening and credit sequence for Ron Howard's Grand Theft Auto, 1977, features Howard, Nancy Morgan, Barry Cahill and Elizabeth Rogers.
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When Sam and his wealthy girlfriend decide to go to Las Vegas and get hitched, they steal a Rolls-Royce from the girl's father and head for Sin City.
Teenage car-nappers go wild in the funniest car movie ever, featuring Ron Howard's directorial debut.
An illegal auto race from Los Angeles to New York promises the winner 100,000 dollars. Coy "Cannonball" Buckman, the race leader, drags his girlfriend, Linda, along for the ride; while the other racers barrel along, trying to outsmart Cannonball at every turn and exit ramp.
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