In which Zach Braff uses indie rock in an attempt to make morose whining cool.
We don’t even get to see his bewbs.
Hingle McCringleberry meets Tackleberry.
They really got off on the wrong foot.
That’s a lot of time spent watching the worst people in the universe.
May he’ll play some cowardly liberal this time around.
Jason Bateman’s new flick ‘Bad Words’ goes wide this weekend, and Focus Features has give us an exclusive peek at one of the scenes!
WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD! Edward Scissorhands is definitely flawed. The ending is a predictable Saturday-matinee mob scene. The plot is loosely hung on a frame-work of stock characters and a fairy-tale…
It’s another kick in the balls.
What’s worse? Stock fraud or click-bait?
The torch is passed.
I hope they make the whale “urban.”
However, Vin Diesel is in talks to replace Al Gore in the sequel. No. Not really.
Talkin’ bout money, homey? He ain’t concerned.
He doesn’t look old enough to be a doctor.
Your aunt thanks him.
It’s a race against time to make sure Rob Corddry doesn’t see Cameron Diaz’s vagina.
The movie and soundtrack have something to offer, provided you can get past the painful triple-pun title.
It’s about Bill Murray, so it’s automatically newsworthy.
Happy to see people in Hollywood making money!
Harrison Ford has seven installments left in him. Easy.
Prometheus 2, Cheech and Chong and everything else that happened this week in the movie biz, besides Gwyneth Paltrow’s latest example of pretentious bullsh*t…
When you click on this link, Ginuwine’s “Pony” is supposed to start playing. Did it work?
They’re dragging Peter Dinklage into it, too.
WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD! Battle Royale got a lot of press when the first Hunger Games movie came out. Hipsters were up in arms with protestations of “Rip off!” and “It’s…
Do you feel in charge?
What if these movies were actually about people doing juice cleanses?
Questions like, “Was Ray-Ray happy with his fade?”