The Simpsons has long saved pop-culture dorks the trouble of watching influential films with the show’s brilliant nods and references. But what it hasn’t done is told viewers, explicitly, “Hey, we’re paying tribute to Scarface or Ernest Goes to Jail.” Well, the geniuses over at Next Movie are doing their part to make you as…
Most audiences probably know Mark Walhberg more for his dramatic roles than his comedy efforts. But that's just because the strangely versatile actor often works on both levels at the same time.
The Curb Your Enthusiasm star talks about his latest film.
Article: Bomb Squad: Why Did R.I.P.D. Tank?
Welcome to “Bomb Squad,” a recurring column that takes a closer look at a movie that tanked at the box office and tries to figure out what happened. From the outset, R.I.P.D. held some promise. Starring Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds, and based on a Dark Horse comic book, the film was being positioned as…
The excitement goes up to eleven.
Old ideas remade into something great.
Prepare to Wiig out (get it?)
We can already see the poster.
We had no idea he felt that way.
They’re older, they’re dumber, and they’re coming to a theater near you.
Michael Cera’s upcoming drug comedy looks great.
“Clear History” will debut on HBO on August 10th.
The latest from Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant looks great.
Michael Cera gets stoned, Kevin Hart’s standup goes big-screen, and Adam Sandler reunites with his “Grown Ups” buddies. Those are just some of July’s movie highlights.
And why a “Spaceballs” sequel never will.
Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch become one with nature.
Colonel Stars and Stripes has a change of heart.
“Airheads” but British.
Killer robots, evil apes and lame rave parties? Count us out.
It’s like a creepier sequel to “500 Days of Summer”
If you’re a waitress in Texas, you may deserve a credit on the album.
And you’ll never guess who she’s playing. Really. You won’t.
The apocalypse comes to Los Angeles, the “Wedding Crashers” crew work at Google, and Shakespeare gets a modern redo. Those are just some of June’s movie highlights.
The Sundance hit about three outcasts who run away from home may be more likable than other recent teen laughers, but it sure is predictable.
Great news for aspiring screenwriters trying to sell their original ideas.