Here's What You Can Expect From The New 'At The Movies'

Roger Ebert's "At The Movies" redux doesn't launch until next Friday, but that's no reason why you shouldn't get a taste today. Roger Ebert's "At The Movies" redux doesn't launch until next Friday, but that's no reason why you shouldn't be able to enjoy the opening twenty-two seconds now. It really whets my appetite for watching him get all robo-bitchy toward The Dilemma. (Ebert's Blog)

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Why would someone make Jessica Rabbit ugly? Do you want to live in a world where Jessica Rabbit is not the sexiest girl on the block? Me neither. But that's what may have been, had an early (1983) effort by Disney called Roger Rabbit, found success and supplanted its successor, the 1988 Who Framed Roger Rabbit? The video content is pretty unremarkable, except for all the hallmarks that remind us exactly how long ago 1983 was. It was a LONG time ago. You can tell because everything looks like shit, and a host is walking around with a full-on, elementary school-style tape recorder around his neck. But back to the matter at hand: This failed attempt featured Paul "Pee-Wee" Reubens as the voice of the rabbit himself, and a less-than-sultry Jessica Rabbit. Let's take a moment to appreciate how everything turned out.


‘Apollo 18' Trailer Is Go For Launch

Here's a look at 'Apollo 18', a movie in 'Cloverfield'-esque handheld NauseaVision that tells the story of a secret NASA flight to poke a stick at moon-beasts. Apollo 17 was the last official mission to the moon, supposedly due to "budgetary constraints." Yeah, right, NASA. We all know it's because you found aliens and didn't want to tell us. The question is: what types of aliens. Michael Bay says they were Transformers, but we all know that's total bullshit. So, which is it? Are there Predators? ETs? ALFs? Watch the trailer (link above) for a look at Apollo 18, a movie in Cloverfield-esque NauseaVision that tells the story of a secret NASA flight to poke a stick at the real moon-beasts. I like the use of different cameras, from shaky handhelds to ship cameras. Looks like it could be a fun thriller, and very different from the recent murder-on-the-moon drama Moon. Houston, you should totally get off the moon, if you want to live. The moon infection is spreading... dear god no... The Weinstein Company is set to launch this puppy on April 22, 2011.


The FBI Recruits Miley Cyrus Because Reasons In 'So Undercover'

You're better than this, Jeremy Piven. Not by much, but still, you're better than this. In her most believable role to date, Miley Cyrus plays a private investigator recruited by the FBI and sent to college in order to keep an eye on a star witness. I don't know why the FBI would employ a private investigator or why they wouldn't put a star witness in protective custody or how changing Miley Cyrus, P.I.'s flannel shirt out for a dress constitutes a makeover or how this movie doesn't feature comic relief from a pet piglet sidekick that covers its eyes with a little pig hoof whenever Miley makes a social faux pas. If any movie deserves a socially-aware piglet sidekick, it's this one. That's on you, screenwriter Allan Loeb.


Honest Trailers: 'Friday'

Daaaamn! With the surprising success of Friday, Ice Cube learned he could earn millions of dollars without the stress of having to make sure everything he said rhymed. This opened the doors to Hollywood wide for other hardcore rappers aspiring to be terrible actors. It's also the film that put Chris Tucker on the map, before he promptly took himself off of it. Honestly, anybody know which country he's in these days? It's time for the classic hood comedy to get knocked the f&%# out.


Honest Trailers - X-Men Origins: Wolverine

The Wolverine is coming out next weekend, and while it looks better than Wolverine- Origins, so do most types of skin rash. We revisit the massive letdown that ruined the most badass member of the X-Men. We'll be uploading new HONEST TRAILERS every other Tuesday! (And 'Supercuts / MashUps' in between weeks) And new episodes of the ScreenJunkies Show every Thursday! So make sure to SUBSCRIBE!! Got a tip? Email us at - Like us on Facebook - http-// Follow us on twitter - http-// You can find all our Screen Junkies t-shirts here- http-// Honest Trailers- X-Men Origins- Wolverine Directed by Andy Signore Executive Producer Mitch Rotter Series Created by Andy Signore & Brett Weiner Episode Written by Spencer Gilbert, Ian Weinreich, Phil Rogers, Jason Pickar, Dan Murrell and Andy Signore Edited by Dan Murrell Voiceover Narration by Jon http-// As always let us know in the comments what movie you wanna see next! And check out our previous Honest Trailers- Honest Trailers- GROWN UPS http-// Honest Trailers- INDEPENDENCE DAY http-// Honest Trailers- THE LAST AIRBENDER http-// Honest Trailers- FAST FIVE http-// Honest Trailers- STAR TREK (2009) http-// Honest Trailers- IRON MAN 2 http-// Honest Trailers- HARRY POTTER http-// Honest Trailers- JURASSIC PARK http-// Honest Trailers- LES MISERABLES http-// Honest Trailers- TWILIGHT- BREAKING DAWN http-// Honest Trailers- THE NOTEBOOK http-// Honest Trailers- SKYFALL http-// Honest Trailers- INDIANA JONES & THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL http-// Honest Trailers- INCEPTION http-// Honest Trailers- THE LORD OF THE RINGS http-// Honest Trailers- THE DARK KNIGHT RISES http-// Honest Trailers- THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN http-// Honest Trailers- PARANORMAL ACTIVITY http-// Honest Trailers- PROMETHEUS http-// Honest Trailers- THE AVENGERS http-// Honest Trailers-


'The Green Inferno' Trailer: You'll Ruin Your Appetite

Eli Roth's most gutsy film yet. It's natural to want to lend a helping hand but important to make sure that hand does get eaten along with your innards. Eli Roth's The Green Inferno follows a group of student activists who decide not get summer internships in favor of saving the rainforest. Their good intentions land them in a giant cauldron full of hot water when they're discovered by a tribe of cannibals. That decides it, I'm canceling my trip to the rainforest.


50 Cent And Bruce Willis Are In A Movie Together (For Some Reason)

I can't tell you what rapper Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson is doing sharing the screen with famous and reasonably talented actor Bruce Willis, but I know this: it ain't dancin'. Don't look at me for answers, I'm just a reporter. That's right, I can't tell you what rapper Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson is doing sharing the screen with famous and reasonably talented actor Bruce Willis. It looks like acting, but that's not really sufficient explanation, is it? Well, there aren't many more clues in the trailer to the new crime thriller Setup. There's a heist, I think, and there's Ryan Phillippe, and it's all being directed/written by a stunt coordinator. It doesn't really add up, but here it is. It's got a lot of the staples of a Bruce Willis OR 50 Cent movie: people getting shot, things being stolen, bad guys riding in the back of limos and saying vague and evil things, and someone possibly being a ghost. Who knows, it might even be good! It most likely will not, but stranger things have happened. You know, like that time 50 Cent lost all that weight for a movie that looks like it was shot on a flip phone. (Vulture)