The Box says "Do Not Open Until November"(CHUD) Robert Downey Jr talks Avengers (MTV) Terminator has some crazy poster (Filmdrunk) Heroes apologizes for calling fans "Dipshits" (TLF) Fincher directing Keanu?…
Ever since I saw Stander, I was sold on the fact that Thomas Jane is a badass. This one looks like more solid evidence.
Be Kind Rewind was not the best project that Michel Gondry has been involved in. He was going for a broader point about how everyday people can make films that others can enjoy. Now he’s written a book about it, and he has a good point. It's the 21st century and you have all this technology at your fingertips.
FOX rules the airwaves tonight, so give your channel surfing thumb a much needed rest, kick back and enjoy House and Fringe.
Tonight, kick back and enjoy a solid 2HR block of murderous future robots and people with super powers.
Maxim has a piece on the hottest chicks from Entourage. It’s a comprehensive list. But there’s really no way to name all of them. There are just so many. And that’s one of the many reasons that I’m a little saddened the season is over. It was a damn good one and ended on a definite high note.
When its one movie it’s a trailer. When it’s two movies it’s a mashup. But when it’s THREE MOVIES…what is it? It’s badass, that’s what it is.
I was born under unusual circumstances. And so begins The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, adapted from the 1920s story by F. Scott Fitzgerald about a man who is born in his eighties and ages backwards: a man, like any of us, who is unable to stop time.
I think that the ear horn is one of the most under-utilized props in modern day cinema. I’m glad to see that Benjamin Button is bringing it back.
I don’t know everything. But I know a lot of stuff. The fact that I did not know that Steven Seagal was a real police officer amazes me. Apparently he has been “…working on and off as a fully commissioned deputy with the Jefferson Parish County Sheriff's Office for nearly two decades.” And now A&E is making a reality show out of it.
With Jack Bauer singlehandedly saving basically all of Africa's children in his first TV movie, followed by Stephen Colbert taking Christmas way over the top, TV is more than worth watching this weekend.
Adventureland Trailer (thebadandugly)
Finally, a proper trailer for The Wrestler. And a good one at that. I saw this movie this week and was totally blown away. Check out my review. The release date is Jan 16th.
Mila Kunis is at least in my top 40. She got way less annoying post That-70’s show. She’s done a good job of becoming more of a real actress, and is now doing a Hughes Brothers movie with Denzel.
Nicole Kidman might retire from acting? (Yahoo)
Down these mean streets a man must come. A hero born, murdered, and born again. When a Rookie cop named Denny Colt returns from the beyond as The Spirit, a hero whose mission is to fight against the bad forces from the shadows of Central City. The Octopus who kills anyone unfortunate enough to see his face who has other plans. He's going to wipe out the entire city.
I like stories of bravery, where the Every Man figure manages to get into a room with Sting and strum some chords, where he comes up with some reason to just sit in a room with Zooey Deschanel and talk about the Sox. This one looks like it might be interesting. If anything it’s an original idea and the guy gets an E for Effort.
The world's most kickass British bald action star is back for a third outing of the Transporter series. This time he has to deliver a 'package' (in this case babe Natalya Rudakova) from Marseilles to Odessa for an evil mastermind who has rigged lead character Frank Martin (Jason Statham) with a diabolical device.
Stephen undergoes an intense vetting interview where he explains his days as a gun toting, rail snorting, high-class prostitute. He does it all for America.
Me, In Kindergarten: “I LOVE the color yellow.” Girl sitting next to me: “Yeah, well why don’t you marry it?” Me: “Listen, I know we’re both young but we’re smart enough to understand that it’s legally and much less physically implausible to marry a color.” Girl sitting next to me: “Shut up, you’re stupid.” 23 years l
An adaptation of Cormac McCarthy (No Country for Old Men), this brutal and bloody southwestern story takes place during the middle of the 19th century and involves a runaway kid who joins the 'Glantons,' a gang that scalps Mexicans and Indians.Rating: N/ARelease Date: 2009Studio: Scott Rudin Productions
Trey Parker on South Park 2 (Joblo)
Nothing says Holiday Season like FIGHTING CRIME. Nothing. Chances are very good that I'll be "reviewing" this one as an excuse to get out of family obligations sometime around December 25th at Noon at the Silverado 16 theater in San Antonio, TX.
A drama centered on retired professional wrestler Randy "The Ram" Robinson as he makes his way through the independent circuit, trying to get back in the game for one final showdown with his former rival.Release Date: January 16th, 2009Rating: RStudio: Fox Searchlight
I walked out of the theatre from this movie feeling like I had a metal chair smashed over my face after being suplexd onto a mat covered in broken lightbulbs. And I mean that in the best possible way. The wrestler brings a level of intensity that you don’t often experience these days. It just hurt so good.
I went to a screening of The Wrestler yesterday. The review is coming up. In short, it basically bodyslams every other movie, ever. Another one that I’m anticipating is Ridley Scott’s interpretation of Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian. It’s either going to be amazing or terrible. But either way it's going to be bloody.
Holiday season is upon us again and what better way to say "Merry Christmas" to your grandma than by giving her a gift she can't refuse! She'll be filled with joy as she clenches for her heart medication. Click for more!
We finally have a trailer for Che that is not in Spanish and VHF Telemundo quality. I was a big fan of The Motorcycle Diaries. Im no commie or nuthin’ but Che led a pretty interesting life. And Benico is basically the best casting decision in a movie for a while.
Brother Sam: The Short, Spectacular Life of Sam Kinison is one that we can get excited by. Why? Because the script was written by Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini, the writer-directors of American Splendor, the stellar movie that really put Paul Giamatti on the map.