DVD releases for June 7th, 2011
Munn is going from Aaron Sorkin’s sure-to-be-classy HBO pilot to comedy troupe Broken Lizard’s sure-to-be-Broken-Lizardy new movie.
Manie Malone stars in the independent Congolese crime thriller Viva Riva.
I’m having a hard time handling this truth.
He’s really just a fool for love, people.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is cool with Bay’s directing style.
Our new contributor to all things geek, Jenna Busch, takes us back to simpler times, when kids solved mysteries without the Internet.
At long last, the director of the Sewer Shark video game makes the transition to film.
Pacino is close to playing an aging rock star in writer Fogelman’s ‘Imagine’, and I can imagine him destroying some instruments.
In 8 new clips, you’ll see how Hal Jordan learns to fly, thanks to the help of Fish Chicken McGee – among other things.
Director Antoine Fuqua, who directed ‘Training Day’ and… that’s the credit worth mentioning, is looking to helm ‘Southpaw’ for Dreamworks.
Turns out to be a patronizing exercise in fabricated childhood emotion.
On British TV, you can say “f*ck,” but in British theaters, you can’t show a guy masturbating to his human centipede. What’s up with that, Queen Elizabeth?
The only details are that it involves Sam Worthington and a space war. NO, IT’S NOT LIKE ‘AVATAR’!
It’s a simple rule, but some folks just don’t get it. The girl whose shrill, annoying voice you hear in this video is one of those people.
Welcome to Dumpsville. Population: you!
Director: Martin Campbell Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, Peter Sarsgaard Synopsis: A test pilot is granted a mystical green ring that bestows him with otherworldly powers, as well as membership…
What is the GD hold-up?
Thanks to a $300 worldwide box office, a sequel was as inevitable as Evelyn Salt stopping the nuclear missiles at the end.
Forget everything you never knew about comic book stores.
The moon will be a much sexier place if Doug Liman gets his way.
She’s been formally invited to get freaky-deaky with Daniel Craig.
Casting directors everywhere send out feelers for the “Japanese Andre the Giant.”
Imogen Poots is a name to look out for. It’s also kind of a tough name to forget, so that helps.
Among the best German war movies can certainly be found some of the best war movies ever made in any language
Dwayne Johnson steps in to save another sequel.
David Tennant is ready to kill some things.
Maybe the monster is actually invisible. Think about that.
Everything’s coming up Idris Elba.
You’d think with all the time-traveling in the first one they’d be able to get it in on time.