15 Weirdest Jeff Goldblum Moments
Thursday, December 18 by

Jeff Goldblum is a weird dude. He has spent the last quarter-century playing a weird dude onscreen. At some point in his adolescence, he looked in the mirror had the realization that there was a real niche in being Hollywood’s preeminent Vulcan Gigolo Scientist/Christopher Walken soundalike who ends every other sentence on an existential question. Before Goldblum gets too serious in 2009’s Adam Resurrected, let’s take a look at a few of his quirkiest moments.

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Thursday, December 18 by

GOLDBLUM SUPPLEMENT Demanding A Refund (“Run Ronnie Run”) Cults prey on normal, impressionable people and turn to obedient weirdos. Jeff Goldblum is strange enough. Why by the cow when you can get the sex for free? Schooling Video Game Geeks Beating a video game feels pretty damn good – for about 30 seconds.

CNN Takes Reporting To New Level
Thursday, December 18 by

We're a TV site, but we don't really cover network news. There are just too many opportunities to skewer the constant flow of absurdity– the unending waterfalls of crap would just distract us from the other duties of Screenjunkies. But I just could not resist this amazing front page story that showed up on CNN this morning: Really? There's no good way to tell a kid they have cancer? I'd imagine there are some ways that are worse than others, such as: – Billy, you have cancer, and it's because you masturbate too much. – Billy, you have cancer and that's why mommy and daddy are getting a divorce. – Billy, you have cancer. Also, there is no Santa Claus. – Billy, isn't this roller coaster fun? Well enjoy it now because in three months you'll be so weak from 3 rounds of chemo you wont be able to lift an X-Box controller.   As always CNN, thanks for the hard hitting news. Now lets all watch this video. Wait till they spray the associate producer with cologne. Listen for his name.

Denis Leary Discusses Denis Leary Films
Thursday, December 18 by

This is a pretty great video. It's exactly what the title says, except that they talk about the crappy movies. I remember watching Operation Dumbo Drop in theaters and thinking it was basically the best film ever made. An elephant? On a plane? And you're going to drop it? Out of the plane? That's movie gold. 

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Wednesday, December 17 by

THE SCIENCE OF WEIRD 10 Weird Jeff Goldblum Moments Jeff Goldblum is a weird dude. He has spent the last quarter-century playing a weird dude onscreen. At some point in his adolescence, he looked in the mirror had the realization that there was a real niche in being Hollywood’s preeminent Vulcan Gigolo Scientist/Christopher Walken soundalike who ends ever sentence on a question mark. He is in ton of supernatural movies probably because he looks, well, supernatural. Before Goldblum gets too serious in 2009’s Adam Resurrected, let’s take a look at a few of his quirkiest moments. Weirdo. Endorsing A Snack From the mind of Seth MacFarlane, Jeff Goldblum’s Wafers are not too forward, mildly flavored, and suggestive.

How Addicted Are You?
Wednesday, December 17 by

If there's one thing in life that Im kind of embarrassed about, it's my cankles or failing third grade (twice) or not being able to run a mile in under 14 minutes crappy knowledge of old movies. I write about movies all day long and still haven't seen some of the most important films ever made. Aside from a few Hitchcock flicks as a kid, my family just didn't watch the classics. Now I spend so much time trying to keep up with new releases it's just almost impossible to catch up. Slashfilm did a post about a ranking system created by Filmaddict that allows you to calculate how much of a movie addict you are. Find out your score.

Michael Bay’s Golden Girls 4-D Experience
Wednesday, December 17 by

We just got this exclusive poster from Michael Bay's forthcoming Golden Girls IMAX juggernaut.  We cant WAIT to see it!Thanks to @syncsound for the title. BOOM.

I Love You Man Trailer
Wednesday, December 17 by

I've heard good things about this flick from a friend who worked on it. It's tested really high in screenings. And it does raise an important issue. At a certain point in life, the time for dudes to make friends with new dudes is basically over. Let's call that point Age 26. By then you either have a group of bro's that you're pretty set on, or you're so involved with a girl that your balls will slowly slide back up into your abdomen where they started from when you were born. 

I Love You Man Trailer
Wednesday, December 17 by

I've heard good things about this flick from a friend who worked on it. It's tested really high in screenings. And it does raise an important issue. At a certain point in life, the time for dudes to make friends with new dudes is basically over. Let's call that point Age 26. By then you either have a group of bro's that you're pretty set on, or you're so involved with a girl that your balls will slowly slide back up into your abdomen where they started from when you were born. 

BREAKING NEWS: Clint Eastwood Is Old
Wednesday, December 17 by

"You can't stop everything from happening," Eastwood says. "But we've gotten to a point where we're certainly trying. If a car doesn't have 400 air bags in it, then it's no good."  These, among other things, were recently growled by the famous tough guy. Here are some more reasons why Eastwood believes that America is filled with total pussies. In an interview appearing in the January edition of Esquire, Clint recalls his days as a shy, depression era child, fighting bullies for scraps of food and relying on his own grit to get by. He wants to know what this modern fascination is with talking things over when we could all just punch each other until the problem is solved. He says the root of the problem is that people spend too much time worrying about the meaning of life, sitting around pondering things that just don't matter. He also notes that he doesn’t understand body piercing, that he wants his tapioca pudding, and that rock music is TOO loud. Huumph.

Bush Enters The Matrix
Tuesday, December 16 by

Listen, I don't care what  your stance is on either his domestic or international agenda. It's a time for the world to come together, and this is the first thing we can all agree on: George Bush is a president that can dodge the HELL out of a flying shoe. A different type of video evidence after the jump.

Hot Goemon Teaser Vid
Tuesday, December 16 by

Director Kaz Kiriya offers his take on the Japanese legend of Goemon, a Robin Hood-like figure who robbed to the rich and gave to the poor before… well, why spoil the movie? Here's a teaser Vid:Check out the Break Trailer Page for More Hot Vids. Director: Kaz Kiriya Cast: Yosuke Eguchi, Takao Osawa, Ryoko Hirosue, Jun Kaname, Gori Genre: Action

The Quest To Destroy The Formula Continues
Tuesday, December 16 by

Sylar traps  Claire, Noah, Meredith and Angela inside Primatech and Level 5 apparently to just play Jigsaw with them, some more sibling rivalry ensues as Peter and Nathan clash on their views of how the powers should be handled, and Ando’s new power helps Daphne, Hiro, and Matt continue their quest to find and destroy the formula. Here's our recap of last night's Heroes.

Aliens, Suicide, and a Robot Daddy
Tuesday, December 16 by

I have to admit I had high expectations coming into the mid-season finale. Every week there's a bomb explosion, gun fire and robot to robot combat, so what could they possibly do this week to make it stand out and leave me in anticipation for the hiatus to be over.

A Double Personality Cure?
Tuesday, December 16 by

Edward sees hope as he realizes he may have found a way to make Henry quit popping up at inconvenient times during missions, Raymond’s life gets Tom in trouble with his wife (again), and a terrorist has stolen a nuclear warhead and is intending to use it in a school. Peep our recap of My Own Worst Enemy.

REVIEW 2: The Day The Earth Stood Still
Sunday, December 14 by

(Editors Note: Sometime's two people from the massive staff of Screenjunkies review the same movie, and the best review wins. This is one of those occassions. Here's Thomas Anderson's. Max Power's review can be found here.) I have a confession to make: I’m a sucker for any good old fashioned sci-fi trip, even if said sci-fi trip involves some overused clichés and a plot that doesn’t entirely make sense.  These flaws can be forgiven if the rest of the show gives enough thrills, special-events driven destruction, and Keanu Reeves. 

REVIEW: The Day The Earth Stood Still
Saturday, December 13 by

I was listening to an episode of This American Life where they break down step-by-step what has happened in the financial markets over the past few months that has made hoards of analysts and traders literally shit their pants. Check it out, it’s mind blowing. The idea that our markets would just freeze up and stop working is something that trusted names in economics are saying is a reality.  The consequences would be disastrous. Companies would stop making stuff. Millions of people would lose their jobs.  Industrial food production would grind to a halt. We could potentially see a mini-apocalypse as chaos spread around the globe.  And what brought on end of days? Terrorists? Nuclear mutual annihilation? Plague? Nope: friggin home loans.

11 Totally Awfulsome Movies
Saturday, December 13 by

We all have them: Our favorite worst movies. Whether due to poor acting, writing, production value or all of the above, there are some gorgeously entertaining cinematic turds that we just can’t flush out of our hearts. Here are some of the most awfulsome movies ever made. 11. Double Team

Meredith Is On Fire (Literally)
Friday, December 12 by

Phyllis shows a devilish side of herself we haven't seen before – she's holding her knowledge of Dwight and Angela’s torrid affair over the former party planning committee’s head in order to boss her around and plan her own parties, while Meredith’s hair catches on fire in the conference room and Dwight runs a lucrative black market from his desk on the hot toy of the season.

Will Ferrell Takes Bush Impersonation to HBO
Thursday, December 11 by

I really don't like live theatre. It rubs me the wrong way. It could be that I just haven't seen enough good plays. It might be because I've spent time around so many actors that defend theatre while they give each other HJ's and say how brilliant they were in their last performance. I will, however, be watching when HBO airs this special presentation of Will Ferrell's Broadway show "You're Welcome America. A Final Night With George W. Bush." No word yet on the date. But of course, we will let you know. Here's some morning news. HBO to air Will Ferrell's Bush show (Comingsoon)First look at a terminator factory (Empire) SAG could strike by end of January (Variety) Seagal, the tax paying vampire slayer (CHUD) Stiller goes green (Joblo) Oliver Stone to make Chavez doc (Variety)

Exclusive Interview With Brea Grant
Tuesday, December 9 by

I recently had the honor of sitting down with rising television star Brea Grant in a secluded location on the outskirts of Los Angeles. Our extensive conversation spanned many topics, including Tex Mex food, shoveling elephant poop, and some of those inherent characteristics that make us all human, such as being disgusted by elephant poop.

The Blood on the Wall
Tuesday, December 9 by

How many empty warehouses are there in California? Bllions apparently. It amazes me how Sarah always seems to find one. Is there some sort of fan forum message board that has a directory? It boggles my mind. Here's your recappage, Junkie.

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Tuesday, December 9 by

OK, so I type in some stuff, and then I type in some more stuff, and then I add a page break.

8 Reasons Child Stars Have No Excuse
Tuesday, December 9 by

Being a child actor isn’t easy.  Strange women put makeup on you while stranger men with cameras have you read the line “Uh-oh… don’t tell Daaaaadd” 130 times until you get it PERFECT.  While other kids are struggling with public school and the realities of being 9, you’re driving a Hummer-mini, taking scotch-fueled showers with call girls, and spending six figures at the FAO Schwatz blow counter.

Baby Drama and Congo Karma
Tuesday, December 9 by

Angie and Henry start to talk about having another kid (and, I suppose by inference, Edward does too), but neither half of the personality is too excited about the idea. Edward and Raymond must also capture a corrupt military leader from the Congo and deliver him to justice at the International Court in the Hague, but they discover a hostage in the process, who claims to once have worked for Edward's company.

Capturing the Catalyst
Tuesday, December 9 by

Heroes is heating up! In this episode Claire follows her baby self around, intent on keeping the catalyst from being delivered to her own body, Sylar goes power-hungry and embarks on another killing spree, Nathan starts to work with Pinehearst on building an army for the coming war, and Hiro gets to talk to his mom and find out deeper secrets concerning the catalyst. Read more for full coverage.

5 Stages of Grief In 10 Movie Corpses
Monday, December 8 by

To the dearly departed, we are gathered here today to bid farewell to on-screen corpses. They taught us a bunch. As you slowly progress through the 5 stages of grief,  Screenjunkies is here with more wisdom than the drunk guy at the wake's open bar. So please join us as we find out what these big screen bodies can teach us about the healing process.

REVIEW: Slumdog Millionaire
Sunday, December 7 by

Damn.  Romantic comedies got dark.  Slumdog Millionaire opens on an Indian kid getting tortured by two police inspectors.  They beat him, hold him underwater, and then  clamp electrodes on his toes.  It’s not The Holiday or Made Of Honor.  This kid’s getting ‘the business.’   Danny Boyle’s feel-good picture of the year (and it does eventually  feel good—my theater applauded) opens like a film about CIA rendition.

Mo’ Money Mo’ Problems
Friday, December 5 by

Oscar discovers a $4300 surplus in the budget and Michael must decide between a new copier and new chairs for the entire office.  Of course, he can’t make any decisions by himself, so it takes all day.  Meanwhile, Jim and Pam have a little bit of a fun tiff over the copier/chair debate, and Angela, Andy, and Dwight tour Schrute farms in preparation for the wedding.

Michael Bay’s Amazon Wish List
Wednesday, December 3 by

Even the most famous of famous people want presents. Here's a screengrab of a few things that power director Michael Bay would like to have. I'm probably going to get him the 366 Turducken.