The genius of Tropic Thunder is that the possibilities for jokes are basically endless. They created this bizarre meta comedy that broke through the Third Wall. And Awards season only offers even more outlets for spoofing the Hollywood machine– a machine that ramps up the pretentious seriousness about this time of year.
Boobies + Disney = Unemployed Captain Jack (KTLA) Emma Watson: I'd go naked (Huffington Post)
Im going to go ahead and name this one Crouching Tiger Hidden Curry. It's hard to tell what the crap is going on with it. It looks like one part Bollywood dance off, one part Chinese Kung Fu. But staring Borat. And released by Warner Brothers. Usually I hate anything Bollywood, but this one looks genre-bending enough to merit a look.
Ok, neither of these are exactly dude movies. But we have to give credit where credit is due. It's kind of a great idea to think of Revolutionary Road as a 2 hour alternative ending to Titanic.
Mondays are good nights for TV. The weekend didn't have much to offer in the way of Box Office. Honestly, the world of media is in a little bit of a pre-holiday slump. But fear not: Tonight has plenty to keep you busy, including Colbert on the Conan, Heroes, and Terminator.Prime Time TV Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles- Monday 8/7c, on FOX Last week Sarah tracked the Turk, Jesse's plans complicated matters, and Ellison met an important person through Weaver. Tonight, Sarah and Cameron try to protect a family linked to Derek while Jesse's life is endangered. Heroes Airs Monday night, 9/8c on NBC Last week a powerful eclipse casted a looming shadow over all the heroes, and disabled their abilities. Tonight Hiro and Claire go back in time to the moment Noah took Claire from Kaito Nakamura, Sylar interferes with with the Haitian's attempt to defeat Arthur, and Suresh makes major progress with the formula. Late Show Round-Up (From Best to Worst) Conan 1235/1135c NBC Stephen Colbert, Keri Russell, The Lee Boys Letterman- 1130/1030c CBS Jennifer Connelly, Anderson Cooper, Ball State Top Ten ListLeno 1135/1035c NBC Will Smith, Paula Deen, K.D. Lang Happy TV Watching, from Screenjunkies.com
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There is a 99% chance that you will never see this movie. It’s a foreign film and will probably only play in NY and LA for half a week, even after it wins some unpronounceable award at Cannes. We can at least enjoy this clip, which is super intense.
Ah, the hallowed “magic number.” Dudes inflate it, chicks always leave a lot out, and now Anna Faris is making a movie about it. According to Hollywood reporter "Lady" centers on a woman who goes on a trek through her sexual past in an effort to find Mr.
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Last night was the Victoria’s Secret Fashion show. Millions of lonely men worldwide watched while scantily clad women costumed as mythical Christain creatures and Roman slut-butterflies strutted in Miami. Does it get any more American Dream than that? Here are a few observations of the affair, with select pictures to match. Protect your neck with gold razor wire.Volunteer to be a part of genetic experiments.Keep your head warmAbdominal support is important, especially when naked.If you hug me, I will CUT you.
The Office and 30 Rock are dropping new episodes tonight. Can this hour of 'must-see TV' be beat? Prime Time TV
Nary does there come a time when the buxom VS Angels (Adriana, Alessandra, Behati, Doutzen, Heidi, Karolina, Marisa, Miranda, and Selita) get to strip down and show the world the…
Craigslist has some great stuff. Including this movie themed casual encounter request. “Nothing turns me on more then Jurassic Park themed role play. You must be the animatronic dinosaur, and I must be the helpless child (Tim or Lex) stuck in the park at your mercy.” Wow.
J.J. Abrams has been a busy dude. Here's a clip of some of the upcoming season of Lost. Check it.
J.J. Abrams has been a busy dude. Here's a clip of some of the upcoming season of Lost. Follow it up with a dose of the morning news.
I don't know what more Stiller can do with the ridiculous Zoolander character, but after seeing Tropic Thunder again last weekend, I'm totally onboard for any Orange Mocha Frapuccino's he's serving up.
Forget the 25 Days of Christmas, and watch some real friggin' TV. House and Fringe are owning the airwaves with two spanking new episodes. Prime Time TV
You should be thankful for Monday TV babes. And why not wash down all those turkey-day leftovers with some action packed science fiction goodness on Terminator:TSCC and Heroes?
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There are three things in life that you can count on: death, taxes, and masses of teenagers loving vampires. Summit is already planning a sequel to Twilight, and now there’s talks that Buffy will hit the big screens. This, among other stories, finds itself among our post Thanksgiving morning news.
Screenjunkies's writer Jim Connelly breaks down selected scenes from the recent J.J. Abrams presentation of the much-anticipated, highly-controversial Star Trek. Check it out, along with the recently 'upgraded' internet trailer featuring a cameo from L. Nimoy himself.
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John Rambo was more entertaining than anything Tarantino has touched since Kill Bill. Maybe it’s just a personal preference. I thought Tarantino was a visionary…when I was 16. Now I think he’s just sort of irritating. Apparently Sly agrees and is a little irritated he didn’t get a part in Inglorious Basterds.
It seems as though TV is taking its Thanksgiving vacation a little early. No new episdoes and a lot of reruns. But real junkies never give up. Catch Obama, aging virgins, and Butters pretending to be Asian on TV tonight.
FOX rules the airwaves tonight, so give your channel surfing thumb a much needed rest, kick back and enjoy House and Fringe.
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?…
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.