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.
This would have been a very interesting episode of “16 and Pregnant.”
He’ll lined up a starring role in the epic bromance, ‘Tom Sawyer & Huckleberry Finn’.
The best, the worst, and the weirdest of what’s new to stream instantly on Netflix.
What you’re seeing in his eyes is determination.
She also has a friend named Lex Shrapnel.
He’s taken extra steps to explode your mind.
His muscles won’t save him from his watery fate below.
Get your first look at Bilbo and check Gandalf’s sexy new look.
He gets the best pot.
It’s “Owen and Statham vs. De Niro,” or “Owen and De Niro vs. Statham,” or something.
He’s reaching out to an impressive group in getting this together. It was clear Beatty was serious the second he uttered, “LaBeouf.”
It will be interesting to see how he channels “In Living Color”s Wanda to prepare for this role.
I think Will Smith or Nick Cannon should play the black guy and Steve Carell or Ben Stiller should play the white guy.
At least Bradley Cooper won’t SOUND silly in the role.
Ray Winstone will play the seventh and final dwarf, “Character Actor-y.”
Riggle and Lennon. One will charm the hell out of you while the other screams at you mercilessly.
I’m thinking she’ll nail the part.
The monkeys are wreaking slightly more havoc in this one.
A real thriller with intense stakes, against the backdrop of a relevant social issue.
New posters for ‘Abduction’, ‘This Must Be The Place’, ‘Crazy Stupid Love’, and ‘Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark’
He’s a very busy man.
British actress Lucy Punch plays opposite Cameron Diaz in Bad Teacher.
Now ghosts are attacking our airplanes. Too bad the name ‘Soul Plane’ was already taken.
These new roles will raise their positions on the Six Degrees Of Kevin Bacon game board.
Toby Jones, Eddie Marsan, and Steven Graham also offered small parts.
Doesn’t quite go all the way into dark comedy but it’s unapologetically cynical and that makes for good laughs.
The Screen Junkies DVD Rundown for June 21st, 2011