Herman (Matthew Lillard) and Rose (Nora Zehetner) get a jump on their relationship in "Spooner."This post is based on one of life's happy accidents. Folks at the Newport Beach Film Festival, which runs through Thursday, asked weeks ago if I wanted to write about a film called Spooner, which was dire ... More >>
You can understand ABC Family, Radio Disney and the Christian Science Monitor lopping off the second half of the title to Kevin Smith's new dramatic comedy or comedic drama Zack and Miri Make a Porno. It doesn't make it any more right, but you can understand it. But for it to be done by Comedy Cent ... More >>
And yes, I'm up prior to the crack of dawn to get them to you. The biggest surprise, if you can call it that, is the strong showing by MICHAEL CLAYTON, with six nominations. Not so surprisingly, THERE WILL BE BLOOD and NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN each have eight. Via CNN, because it announced even befor ... More >>
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If you're a horror fan, see TIMBER FALLS this weekend. If you aren't, it won't be the one that wins you over. Call it The West Virginia Switchblade-Sickle Massacre. When a young couple (Edward Burns wannabe Josh Randall and Brittany Murphy wannabe Brianna Brown) go on a hike in a state park, they ta ... More >>
I don't have one. The Invasion is being called the worst of the four Body Snatcher movies (and it's troubled history of reshoots and director-firings help me to believe that), Death at a Funeral's a dud, and Superbad? Well, everyone swears up and down it's super-awesome, but none of the clips I've ... More >>
Geeky, freaky teen virgins attempt to get knocked up in Superbad, produced by guess who?
The Offices David Denman finds a character to root for in Shrew
Why in Gods name did Steve Carell take the Almighty paycheck?
Life and art meet sweet in breezy French comedy Avenue Montaigne
Ken Davitian makes laughter for benefit grateful moviegoers of America
Sacha Baron Cohens howlingly funny mockumentary goes looking for America
Next week, the pinche hilarious Borat Sagdiyev graces American screens with his Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. The Weekly sponsored a screening yesterday at The Block at Orange, and weren't we all surpised when the Virgin Megastore there played a ... More >>
Baxter actor Theroux on David Lynch and the art of deadpan
The 40-Year-Old Virgin goes deep
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