This 'Anger Management' Clip Features Charlie At His Sheeniest

Life imitating art. Wait. I inverted that. Art imitating life. That's way less impressive, though. In case you forgot what Charlie Sheen is like in real life, Anger Management is giving you a little something something to remind you. But don't take it too literally, because I don't think he ACTUALLY has a Masters degree, but only because it's not possible to major in "Pussy and Coke," though maybe he could some sort of out-of-class tutorial. Also let this clip remind you that Selma Blair is aging like a Chateau Latour, and will reach epic heights of beauty somewhere around her 40th birthday.

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'Take Me Home Tonight' Video Attacks You With Dozens Of References

This video nods to almost every movie made between 1980 and 1989. (Sorry, C.H.U.D.) The gang behind Take Me Home Tonight, the title of which is an 80's reference, decided to up the stakes of the reference game in this video, which manages to nod to damn near every movie made during the decade. What's the purpose of this video? I dunno. It reminds us that Take Me Home Tonight is a movie that's coming out (which serves the producers), and it's enjoyable to watch (which serves the viewer). Win-win. So sit back and watch Topher and the gang just...just live, man. They've already done two trailers, so rather than give too much of the movie away, they just decided to have some fun with the characters. Hard not to get on board with that. Cinema Blend caught references to 32 different movies in this clip/music video, so if you want to see a list much more exhaustive than my paltry 6, click here. Otherwise, let the references wash over you like so much cocaine-laced bathwater. What? Yes. Take Me Home Tonight hits theaters March 4, 2011.


'Trust' Reminds Us All Of The Dangers Of Sexting

After viewing this trailer, it would appear that Dateline adapted their "To Catch a Predator" series into a suspense thriller. After viewing the newest trailer for Trust, it would appear that Dateline adapted their "To Catch a Predator" series into a suspense thriller. Clive Owen and Catherine Keener play the parents of a 14 year-old who gets an Internet boyfriend who is not what he claims to be. The trailer does a good job of making me want to know more about who this guy is. Is he 49 years-old? Does he just have one big eye in his forehead? I guess we'll have to pay to find out. As trite as the subject matter could be, I'm hopeful that with this cast, Trust will stand the test of time better than other Internet-based thrillers such as The Net and Disclosure. The real wildcard here is David Schwimmer, who directs. His only other feature work was Run, Fatboy, Run, which didn't exactly wow audiences with its deft direction, but the trailer seems to be cohesive (and cryptic) enough that audiences will want to pull at this thread. My guesses for who the online predator is (in descending order of likelihood): Channing Tatum Marcel, the monkey from "Friends" Clint Howard


Watch Benedict Cumberbatch Break Nazi Codes In 'The Imitation Game'

He plays an intelligent British man. Stop us if you've heard this one before. After having dabbled in Star Trek and The Hobbit, Benedict Cumberbatch has returned to more human pursuits. This time, he's playing renowned codebreaker Alan Turing, who uses his math skills to put those damn Nazis in their place during WWII. Keira Knightley will play friend Joan Clarke, and lots of other British actors you may or may not recognize, but certainly don't know by name, will be in it. The Imitation Game will also dive into some of the darker aspects of Turing's life, like his incarceration in the 1950's for being a homosexual, and his suicide shortly thereafter. Codebreaking!


Just In Time For Your Nap, ‘The Tree Of Life’ Trailer

Fox Searchlight just dropped the trailer for Terrence Malick's next movie that I will fall asleep during. Fox Searchlight just dropped the trailer for Terrence Malick's next movie that I will fall asleep during, The Tree Of Life. Looks like Malick's up to his old tricks: woman in sundresses spinning around in slow motion. I guess they didn't have the budget for a tire swing this time around. Dude, should seriously consider a career in directing Tide commercials. The film stars Brad Pitt and Jessica Chastain as parents who raise a son with anger issues. That's all the info you need to guess who Sean Penn plays in this movie. Hey, pretty though. The Tree of Life hits theaters May 27, 2011.


Disney Reminds Us That ‘Pirates’ Began With Cheesy Animatrons

This new sneak peak for 'Pirates of the Caribbean 4' reminds us it all began as a Disneyland ride, just like two other classic works of cinema: 'Haunted Mansion' and 'The Country Bears'. In an effort to help shove the memories of Pirates of the Caribbean 2 & 3 off your memory plank, Disney has released a new trailer for the film that reminds us of the original source material for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. It all started with a ride at Disneyland, just like two other classic works of cinema: Haunted Mansion and The Country Bears. The new outing is supposed to have more swashbuckling, less head scratching, which is good. After all, Americans come to these movies to see crazy spectacle and Johnny Depp acting like a drunk, gay Keith Richards, damn it. Who wants to also have to follow a crazy plot? On Stranger Tides is about looking for the Fountain of Youth. What if Jack Sparrow finds it and the fountain grants him eternal youth as an animatron, living forever as a creepy robot who can only sort of move?


In This 'Pound Of Flesh' Clip, JCVD Tracks Down The People Who Stole His Organs

An organ-less Jean-Claude Van Damme taking to the streets is terrifying. Do you like Jean-Claude Van Damme? Nevermind. Just keep reading regardless of how you would have answered this. He's stepping out in a new, slightly less self-aware film called Pound of Flesh, in which the Belgian action star wakes up in the familiar tub full of ice, only to discover his kidney has been jacked. There's a wrinkle to this otherwise run-of-the-mill organ theft story: HIS DYING NIECE NEEDS THAT KIDNEY! They pissed off the wrong aging Belgian action star this time. Maybe he could just go down this route: (THR)