Arrested Development's frozen banana stand will makes its way from London to New York even faster than we thought! The Bluth family business announced last week that it will open shop on Monday, May 13 diagonally across from Radio City Music Hall from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Melissa McCarthy is a gifted, award winning comic actress who shines in good material. But I couldn't get through all of Identity Thief, which squanders Melissa's talents by making her sink really low, and not in a fun way. After the lady crapped in the sink in Bridesmaids, I guess Hollywood thoug ... More >>
Identity Thief's creators fear what audiences love about Melissa McCarthy
Yes, the latest trend in film magic happens to be crap! It's really the shit! Here are some examples: *The Change-Up starts with Jason Bateman changing a baby's diapers, only to have the baby shoot a big stream of caca right into Jason's mouth! Watch out, Divine!
Guys urinate, swap bodies, discover their true selves
This week in the Voice, Lauren Shockey tracks down the moonshiners of New York City so she can sample their wares. After she sips moonshine with Lance, a young college professor in Brooklyn who makes shine in his spare time, Shockey explores the trend that moonshining has become in recent yea ... More >>
Superheroes, sequels, and TWO Conans! Summer has arrived.
Food is becoming quite the trendy subject matter for web series these days. First there was news of Foodies, the web series that premiered last night and which seeks to ridicule all those who love sea urchin ceviche. Now College Humor has Always Open which features actor David Koechner chatting ... More >>
Honoring the best canceled TV shows
Getting fired sux, but Jason Reitman says u will b OK l8r
The country's greatest living director, Mike Judge (King of the Hill, Office Space, Idiocracy), has a new release in the offing, due Labor Day. "Extract" concerns Joel (Jason Bateman), the owner of a flavoring company called Reynolds Extracts, which manufactures "a patented brand of culinary extra ... More >>
Super-flick squanders potential greatness with lame humor and a half-baked hero
On the precipitous rise of the cloying, maddening, occasionally devastating Kimya Dawson
Steel yourself for 2008 with a look back at the year's best scripts
Teen pregnancy, hilarious and sweet, in the indie-licious Juno
Peter Berg turns Jamie Foxx loose in Saudi Arabia; things blow up
The Year in TV