There’s a certain sort of tradition that comes with being a part of Saturday Night Live. Often, the only comedians with a bad word to say about the show have sour grapes that they had very little screen time (Jay Mohr wrote a book about this). Show More Summary
There’s very little to praise in Saturn 3, the much-maligned Razzy-nominated science-fiction film from 1980, which appears like a stain on Stanley Donen’s ('Singing in the Rain', 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers') esteemed filmography. Show More Summary
The nearly 14-year long con to bring Fletch back to theaters has yielded a litany of proposed directors and stars that reads like a timeline of pop culture obsessions—including Kevin Smith and Jason Lee, Ben Affleck, Joshua Jackson, Zach Braff, a steak sandwich, Ryan Reynolds, Brett Ratner and Chris Tucker, and another steak sandwich. Show More Summary
Jim Jarmusch explores the limits of everlasting love in immortal vampires.
Armisen agrees, actually.
Chevy Chase originally played the investigative reporter named I. M. Fletcher. The story is based on Gregory McDonald mystery novels. [...]
Eisner Award nominees Jason Aaron and Ron Garney team up for this animated superhero adventure where Wolverine squares off with Deathlok. [...]
Aaron Eckhart stars as Dr. Frankenstein's creation, who gets caught in the middle of a war over the fate of humanity. [...]
For years there have been attempted plans to bring back the comedy character Fletch that originated with Chevy Chase in 1985 and even spawned a sequel. Previously Kevin Smith had written a draft of the project called Fletch Won, with the hopes that his frequent collaborator Jason Lee could lead, but that never came to fruition. Show More Summary
Zach Gilford and Allison Miller star as a newlywed couple who realize their unborn child may have sinister origins. [...]
Oh Hollywood, your grasp of slang terminology continues to amaze us all. Via Deadline comes the news that the latest outdated Internet era catchphrase to graduate to movie title is Epic Fail, as Lionsgate will produce the comedy idea from Nicky Weinstock and Ed Helms. Show More Summary
Editor’s note: Our review of Joe originally ran during last year’s TIFF, but we’re re-posting it for its SXSW premiere. Our long national nightmare is finally over – director David Gordon Green has returned to making the types of films that put the indie filmmaker on the map in the early aughts with his Joe. Show More Summary
Marvel has had a pretty good track record over the past several years. The eight Cinematic Universe films so far have received good to great reviews from fans and critics alike; even relative duds like Iron Man 2 were merely disappointing instead of flat-out terrible. Show More Summary
Every year, animated movies are released that fly under the radar and end up being big hits. One of those in recent years was Rio. A sequel, Rio 2, hits theaters next month. Leading up to that release, Titan Books is releasing The Art...Show More Summary
This week offers one of last year’s best movies that was sadly ignored by the academy and never got a particularly wide release. Also a film that shockingly got an Oscar nomination, a an arthouse flop, and some great catalog titles. New: Beyond Outrage: There was a time I was obsessed with “Beat” Takeshi Kitano, [...]
This coming Friday, Jake Gyllenhaal will take to the silver screen in Enemy, from Prisoners director Denis Villeneuve. It’s about a disheveled history professor who sees someone in a movie that looks exactly like him, sending him spiraling down the rabbit hole in search of the truth. Show More Summary
Let's just start this off by saying that no matter what side of the aisle your political beliefs fall on, we can all appreciate the fact that every president in our past has taken the time to have a little fun every now and then, so there's no reason to turn this into a political pissing contest. Show More Summary
CHAMPAIGN, Illinois – Acclaimed director, producer and screenwriter Spike Lee joins the lineup at the 16 th annual Ebertfest Film Festival in Champaign, Illinois, for a special 25 th anniversary screening of his groundbreaking film "Do...Show More Summary
Well played, President Obama.
The first clip from Darren Aronofsky's Noah is now online! Check it out in the player below, courtesy of Total Film. Based on the biblical tale, Noah stars Russell Crowe as a man chosen by God for a great task before an apocalyptic flood...Show More Summary