Abigail Breslin

Holiday ham.
It must have looked good on paper: Meryl Streep as the bitter, paranoid, pill-popping matriarch Violet Weston; Julia Roberts as Violet’s control-freak eldest daughter Barbara; Ewan McGregor as Barbara’s philandering husband Bill; the always...
A happy, upbeat zombie movie, with entrails.
In Zombieland, the world has fallen victim to a deadly virus that turns everyday folk into slobbering, flesh eating monsters. Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) is first touched by the disaster when his impromptu date with a beautiful girl next-door type...
She ain't heavy.
Director Nick Cassavetes may be the son of John Cassavetes, who essentially invented America’s independent cinema 50 years ago with the release of Shadows, but his recent films suggest a growing familiarity with the most traditional of Hollywood...
Fantastical tale of the reptile that conquered the Wild West.
Both a homage to Westerns and a spoof of the genre, Gore Verbinksi’s Rango is wildly subversive, surreal, uproariously funny, moving, visually stunning and a hugely inventive exercise in animation, packed with elements of Chinatown, The Wild...