Sons Of Anarchy, Fat Rob McElhenney, and regular-sized Nathan Fillion.
It’s a rough life when you’re hiding out from the government.
Zemeckis, take notes.
I was expecting silly wigs but silly mustaches too? It’s an embarrassment of riches.
The cult hit will soon be the cult hit mockumentary.
Perhaps these posters contain a clue…
It’s more Irish than a potato famine.
Weird title, considering she isn’t ‘Undefeated’.
‘Community’, Coppola, and Kevin (Smith).
A little of that Ray Stevenson feeling, please.
Just like the book conveys, if they show this film to 100 women, and one likes it…BOOM! Success.
And Blart thought terrorists were trouble…
It’s untitled cause middle America can’t handle the awesome imagery of ‘Bullet Through the Head’.
Bond gets his mother figure while Superman just gets a distinguished-looking army dude.
Rumor alert: under their outfits, all the Dwarves wear Spanx.
He’s playing his own female twin, complete with the “crazy mother” voice from his comedy albums.
Killing bosses and Kevin James visiting T.G.I. Fridays with a gorilla.
Apparently the singles mingle didn’t yield any results.
There have been so many young actors who have been in rehab that Hollywood might start installing red carpets at the local recovery centers.
Lyndsy Fonseca appears in John Carpenter’s ‘The Ward.’
If you look hard enough, you can find few summer movies that will appease your need to laugh at the misfortunes of teenagers.
It’s worth the trip to get your first look at ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ and ‘The Walking Dead’ season two.
You’re next, Donkey Kong.
His talent for filming women embarrassing themselves is really paying off.
This film is about “party-happy mercenaries.” That’s all you really need to know.
If you’re a real man, then grab a few beers, sit back and root for the underdog.
It’s a terrible, life-altering condition, and Nathan Fillion wants you to know there’s a cure.
In this supercut, the craftiest criminals from cinema attempt to commit the heist of the century.
Let the arguments about the time-space continuum begin as these underrated time travel movies from the past get their day in the present, with a brief stop in the middle ages.