Kick back with 200 movies and try not to get any bed sores.
You can see shades of the future Katniss Everdeen in the quiet, steely reserve of Ree Dolly — a girl who is forced to mature through sudden responsibility, who’s small in stature but possesses an unbreakable spirit.
This indie-noir thriller should be picking up even more steam audience-wise now that star Jennifer Lawrence is a big "Hunger Games" celebrity. But this movie combines an indie focus on…
A movie that will be a surefire hit among people who like depressing stuff.
More awards, more gift baskets, more crying losers.
Savages seems to be putting some amazing pieces together to make the literary adaptation, well, amazing.
The director of Winter’s Bone, the fun romp about an Ozark girl out to find the corpse of her father is working up a treatment based on the adventures of lovable imp Pippi Longstocking.
Jennifer Lawrence is a well-fed farmgirl and actress hailing from Louisville, KY. A former childhood actor from "The Bill Engvall Show," she makes her huge leap from the small screen to the big one this Friday with indie fest favorite Winter's Bone. While she is buttoned-up for the cold Ozark winter in her performance as Ree Dolly, we can see, once summer comes, a body that will give us a bone for all seasons.A word from Jennifer: "They want you to be likable all the time, and I'm just not."Harsh truth from a Twitter-gen actress. Bloggers feel your pain.More bonerific pics after the jump.