Let’s hope they snap his neck.
On the one hand, pretty cool. On the other, it necessitates wearing a top hat.
The film known for its catchphrase, "Extra anchovies!" Randy (Patrick Dempsey) has the unenviable task of maneuvering through congested traffic, working for crummy tips, and bedding lonely housewives, all…
Because every movie needs a director and a script.
Why should Michael Cera get all the dual roles?
Given the willingness of so many media figures to blame Hollywood, it’s probably only a matter of time.
He cast Roberto Benigni for the Rome production, in keeping with Italian law.
Monkey masks, flamethrowers, and rape kits. Need I say more?
Somebody has to stop them, you guys.
This is one of those stories that will probably happen, but we need to put a question mark after the title to cover our ass.
The story behind the popular website Terrorister.com.
And it’s not called ‘The Wrong Picture’ anymore.
Prep up for tomorrow’s apocalypse with the ten best Zombieland rules for life, love, and a world full of hungry corpses. Or did you think Ruben Fleischer’s “Zombieland” (2009) was…
The posters feature a scared as hell Jesse Eisenberg and Aziz Ansari, as well as the very first intelligent apes from ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’.
Damned stoner apes!!
He’ll have to believe in “Miracles” to get out of this one.
Woody Allen is going whole hog after the “people who love actors with annoying cadences” demographic with these two choices.
The best teen angst movies feature normal kids who realize they might never reach their dreams but desire to be more than just a normal kid. These movies portray trouble…
I’d like Tracy Morgan to make a good movie for once. Let’s make this happen, everybody.
It’s time for the men to grease up and battle it out for the shiny bald gold dude.
Royal movie critic Queen Elizabeth II saw Academy Award nominated movie The King’s Speech and gave it four and a half corgis. That’s right, she sacrifices dogs whenever she sees a movie.
Here’s a preview of the animated movie ‘Rio.’ The upcoming ‘Rio’ version of Angry Birds for iPhone sounds more promising, because maybe I’ll get to destroy these fowl pheasants.
He just keeps staring at Abby Elliot. Staring and staring and staring. And she knows he’s staring.
Good news! You’re going to have the opportunity to spend another $12 on seeing The Social Network this weekend.
We’ve reported on Bad Teacher, 30 Minutes Or Less, and Anonymous before. But now we have first looks and better descriptions of the doings that transpire on-screen.
Tomorrow, The Social Network hits theaters, and if the early buzz is any indication, it should be a major success. Even if it fails to deliver at the box office, critical reception has been so positive that the film is already considered an Oscar contender. And it’s easy to see why. After all, who doesn’t love a good story of betrayal? While the events depicted in The Social Network are hotly contested by Facebook co-creator Mark Zuckerberg, a film involving friends back stabbing friends over a billion dollar idea seems a lot more watchable than a film about some guys coding a website.
In honor of The Social Network, here are 13 classic betrayals from the world of cinema.
The Social Network is the movie of the year. If Coppola were into computers, this would be The Godfather. Should I have gone with Scorsese and Goodfellas? I think it’s…
Jesse not happy.
A few weeks ago we showed you the full length trailer for David Fincher's The Social Network and you loved it as much as I did (don't defy, Daddy). Now FirstShowing has dug up what is most likely a one-minute commercial airing on some channel somewhere at some point in time. It replaces Radiohead's "Creep" with Kanye West's new single "Power," you know, for the kids. I watch a buttload of TV and haven't seen it yet, but I still have a slew of "Say Yes to the Dress" episodes sitting on my DVR. Sorry, I can't attend your thing tonight. My Friday is booked.
Check out the spot after the jump…
Someone's been watching 'A Beautiful Mind' in their dorm room. The first official full length trailer for David Fincher's The Social Network has dropped, and it is wow. I was a little skeptical after seeing the first and second teaser, but I apologize for doubting the project and may the shadow demons from Ghost have mercy on my soul. The trailer is constructed beautifully. Fincher must have been keeping a choir rendition of Radiohead's "Creep" in his back pocket for years. The song just wouldn't work when synced with Brad Pitt. Most Radiohead tracks don't. The Social Network friends theaters October 1, 2010. Check out the trailer after the jump…
Aaron Sorkin burn. The second teaser for David Fincher's The Social Network has dropped, and it doesn't give us much more than the first one. It swaps bold, dramatic text with scrolling Facebook status updates written by the film's characters. The whole thing seems like a bad idea from a legal standpoint. Why would Mark Zuckerberg want all of his backstabbing documented on the very site that made him millions? And why do none of the updates inform me who's drinking alone tonight, who just heard their favorite song on the radio, and who just made a killer grilled cheese sandwich? It's those mundane details that will cement the realism of the narrative. Check out the second teaser after the jump…