Say what you will about Michael Bay, he certainly has a distinctive style.
I relate to most movies by thinking about my past. ‘Mr. Nobody’ has me evaluating my future.
The film gets sexual, metaphysical, silly, philosophical, and stirs up a lot of feelings.
She has to knock out three high-profile pics before moving onto this fourth one. Must be nice.
Ben Affleck hired himself, which seems like cheating.
Something tells me it won’t be a hero’s death.
While the letter’s tone may seem polite and deferential to the untrained eye, those in the know are able to read between the lines.
Will Leo be able to brood while performing “jazz hands?”
Let’s hope these aren’t all of the best parts.
Don’t call bigfoot “Sasquatch.” His mom did that when she was mad at him, and it pisses him off to no end.
Just pizza stuff.
And the winner is…
Finally, someone brave enough to take care of Scotland’s grizzly bear epidemic.
Ed Helms is totally going to find an excuse to sing in this movie.
Such high-flying battles. Was gravity not yet invented in ancient Greece?
Like ‘Swimfan’ but newer.
Ray Liotta does what Ray Liotta wants.
A solid creature feature in the vein of the’80s puppet movies
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.