I vote for ‘Spaceballs’.
‘Green Lantern 2: Havana Nights’?
You may not even know that Nepal has a booming film industry, let alone that Nepali movies are fueled by popular demand, not just in Nepal but all over the world. A few worth mentioning are more than just wildly popular–they’re also pretty good.
You have two choices before you.
Oh, and there will probably be a girl involved.
“Folk you!” -The Coens.
He’s playing a real-life make-up artist who is sent in to remove a fake movie crew from a very real hostage situation.
Damn mimes. They ruin everything.
The biggest mystery here is “Who found their footage on the moon?”
Hint: you can make them parts of a double feature if you’re willing to hide out in the theater for a month.
A new column that will highlight some of the choice entertainment gizmos available for your enjoyment.
J. Lo is going to play a successful business woman that adopts, Gosling and Refn continue their courtship, and the ‘Snow White’ casting machine rambles on.
You could record a video of Emma Stone setting all of my friends and family on fire, and I’d probably still pay to see it.
If he thinks our future is going to look anything like his music videos, we need to act NOW.
He’s no Dirk Diggler.
Kevin Pollak is going to have to find a new impersonation.
Using Aromascope technology, we’ll finally be able to experience the oaky aroma of Joel McHale.
What’s playing this weekend? Glad you asked.
Pixar’s second worst movie. Boring, stupid, and full of bad creative decisions.
He’s adapting the Gabriel Allon books by Daniel Silva. I wonder if he’ll have a role for Ludacris.
This is going to be so hood.
In this one, a game of ‘Angry Birds’ will expose all the covert ops we have in hostile nations.
It’s like ‘Gosford Park’, but with fast cars and machine guns.
As long as we have him on our side, we’ll be ok. Except in jungle warfare. Then it’s really anyone’s guess.
Based on the true story of a Rhode Island family and the haunted hijinx that nearly killed them.
Robin Williams will be starring in ‘Patch Adams 2: The Heart Beats On’. Just kidding. I hope you haven’t already smashed your computer.
In honor of James ‘Whitey’ Bulger’s arrest, here are 11 classic depictions of mobsters in cinema.
A beautiful performance by Rachael Harris in a terrific first film by writer/director Robbie Pickering.
I’m looking forward to “Chapter 5: The Lohan Years.”
He’s “intensely screen-testing” Blake Lively and Olivia Wilde amongst others. I bet he is. I bet he is.