Allow us to explain…
Allt arbete och ingen lek gör Jack en tråkig pojke.
I hate when these things aren’t final, and I have to put the qualifier “likely” in there.
Meanwhile, your acoustic cover of Sixpence None the Richer’s “Kiss Me” is holding steady at 31 views.
Dermot Mulroney subs in as “Guy Wandering Around In the Dark.”
Move over, Pink Floyd and ‘Wizard of Oz’
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) is the best movie we’ve seen this year, last year, three years before that, and maybe ever.
And the reason isn’t “To make more money.” Well, it might be, but that’s not the reason he gives.
Gearing up for Halloween, today we’re talking about the most terrifying movie moments. Welcome to SCREAM Junkies!
To be fair, “most epic safety video” is a pretty low bar to clear.
The legendary director has been inspiring everything from Simpsons episodes to Ikea commercials lately, and as with any dead genius artist, Kubrick has an army of fans who have paid him tribute through body art.
Well, we’re all watching the world get dumber. It’s just happening faster than normal in this movie.
I think he’d be willing to discuss a settlement for a lower figure.
They’ve gotta find their way over to the Atlantic Rim at some point, right?
Perhaps the scariest scene from a movie which has been dubbed, “”a goddamn Disneyland theme ride of machine-gun paced jump-scares.”
Even the simplified chart is complicated.
Because the words are similar. And because it’s funny.
You’ve seen us tackle the X-Men Trilogy — now it’s time for us to take on the prequel-sequel that made the worst X-Men movie irrelevant and the worst Wolverine movie into a bad dream.
They should replace HAL’s voice with an always-cracking-up Jimmy Fallon.
Maybe they could get Swedish pop songstress Robyn.
These theaters will be no place for children.
It better have them playing multiple characters with funny wigs.
There will be no Tucker. There will be no Chan. So don’t even ask.
“Hey Melvin… wanna make a buck?”
Now you can be dorky and productive.
Will these casting announcements never end?
Minecraft will just be the latest gruel in the unsweetened oatmeal that is Shawn Levy’s film resume. In other words, a huge hit.
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.