Plus Conan O'Brien & Adam Sandler's weird middle-of-the-night texts & get ready for new Adele!
Last night Conan did a "scrapisode" featuring outtakes from rehearsals, and unearthed this informative gem. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2DKZOWwnyc While wearing what are presumably his "weekend clothes," Conan reads aloud a text message exchange he had with Adam Sandler, who apparently is his bro. Show More Summary
“This is at two in the morning.”
Hopefully Conan is working on a "Texts From Sandler" Tumblr. (Or, getting ready to pitch a Conan-Sandler movie; that would be a welcome 106 minutes.)... More »
Do you love the arcade classics like Centipede and Pac-Man? But didn't you always wish those games had Adam Sandler yammering strategy on the sidelines?...
Awful Adam Sandler tax dodge Pixels flirted with a 0% positive reviews yield on film aggregate Rotten Tomatoes last month, but eventually stumbled all the way up to a 16% more respectable 16% positive rating. So obviously these things change as more reviews, particularly ones from folks who didn't get advance screenings, roll in. Show More Summary
Not many people remember that Adam Sandler was originally asked to play the bat-wielding "Bear Jew" in Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds," but couldn't because he was busy with his own film "Funny People." Well, now some Internet...Show More Summary
Run as fast as you can from this sci-fi comedy about arcade-game addicts who must defend Earth against space invaders Related: Adam Sandler: still scraping the bottom of the comedy barrel After the awful Cobbler, Adam Sandler has defaulted...Show More Summary
Christopher Guest is the newest addition to Netflix’s growing clique of impressive filmmakers (…and Adam Sandler). The director of Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show and A Mighty Wind and writer/star of This Is Spinal Tap now has a deal with the streaming service for a film about a mascot competition. …Read More
First Adam Sandler, then Brad Pitt and now … Christopher Guest. Yes, the man who brought you Best In Show, A Mighty Wind, For Your Consideration and The Big Picture — and starred in This Is Spinal Tap — is taking his satire to a streaming service likely near you. Show More Summary
The new Adam Sandler movie Pixels is currently being savaged by critics and moviegoers alike with a Rotten Tomatoes score of 17%. Still, Columbia Pictures is apparently worried that someone might have interest in […]
Okay, so we all know by know just how bad things are for Adam Sandler’s movie “Pixels“. Now then — how about a big old bowl of Awkward to go with that? Enthura International, an ant-piracy group that represents Columbia Pictures, recently handed Vimeo a takedown notice for housing a number of videos with the […]
Just when we thought Adam Sandler’s Pixels had stopped hurting people, it has reared its ugly head once again. According to TorrentFreak (via Kotaku), an anti-piracy group working on behalf of Columbia Pictures—which distributed Pixels—issued...Show More Summary
A DMCA takedown request has targeted short films older than and completely unrelated to the recently released Adam Sandler film, "Pixels."
Fantastic Four is receiving the kind of blistering reviews usually reserved for an Adam Sandler movie. Rotten Tomatoes calls it "dull and downbeat... Read the rest
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Someone actually thinks of the children.
After the disappointing performance of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s return to the Terminator franchise and the dismal turnout for Adam Sandler’s Pixels, a lot of people have been bringing up the perennial question of whether the age of the marquee-name movie star is over. Tom Cruise has answered that question. Mission: Impossible... More »
On this week's Voice Film Club podcast: The Vacation reboot disappoints, as does Adam Sandler's Pixels (but it can't be near as bad as critics are describing, says the Village Voice's Alan Scherstuhl). Meanwhile, the '40s noir melodrama Phoenix might be one of the year's best, says Voice film critic...