About a quarter of the way through Where the Wild Things are, Max, the kid who’s just bitten his mother, is convincing the wild things not to eat him by…
It’s going to be called ‘The Bastard Executioner’, and early talk is it’s going to be a lot like ‘Modern Family’. (No, it’s not.)
He will be dearly missed.
Okay, okay. I get it. I know this is a romance movie steeped in genre stereotypes: frustrated housewife, discovered letters from a dead mother, the rough ’n tumble stranger driving…
Who ya gonna call? (Some female actresses to get the franchise back in the popular lexicon, then the male…) GHOSTBUSTERS!
Along with Michael Fassbender.
I often imagine storylines extending past the end of films. For instance, I consider Revolutionary Road as the extended storyline of Titanic had Jack not drowned. Jack and Rose are…
That snag is Rick Moranis wanting to stay retired.
Let’s hope for the sake of fidelity that those people will be Dave Franco and Olivia Wilde.
Nope, nothing to see here.
It’s rare that I review documentaries. So few documentaries become cult classics. In fact, thus far, I’ve only reviewed two, Indie Game and Crumb. Maybe there’s something extra difficult in…
The saga continues…
It’s called ‘Virtuoso’, and it might be kind of gay.
Macklin, you son of a bitch.
I’d watch it just for the outfits.
Some of Hollywood’s best biopics have nothing to do with coke-addled musicians. Check out the best films depicting the stories of Average Joes and Janes.
Remember: “It’s all about the cones.”
Warning! Spoilers Ahead! I didn’t want to give Only Lovers Left Alive a chance. Hipster vampires hanging out in Detroit? No, thank you. In fact, I waited until the Facebook…
The nominees were announced for the 87th Academy Awards, and some of the honors and omissions may surprise you.
The ‘Always Sunny’ gang makes Van Halen circa 1978 look like The Wiggles.
Cooking shows are the new pageants.
This should cure those post-Labor Day blues.
The 2015 Golden Globes provided us with a few surprises, besides Boyhood taking top honors with three awards.
The Golden Globes take place this Sunday night from Los Angeles, and we’ve got a full preview on deck, as well as predictions for every category.
None of us truly knows what happens when we die. We live our lives knowing the journey will end. What Beetlejuice proposes is that maybe death isn’t the end but merely a hilarious beginning.
Some ’90s movies still hold up as examples of elite filmmaking, while others aren’t nearly as good as we remember them.
What can we do to make this happen?
Ahh, mammaries. MEMORIES! WE MEANT MEMORIES!!