Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum make a hilarious crime fighting duo in 21 Jump Street, the movie based on the Johnny Depp TV series of the 1980's
While Hill, writer Michael Bacall and directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller want to spoof cop procedurals, they also want to make an actual cop-action film. That blend of comedy and action is a tough one, almost as tough as romantic comedy.
Tatum is sincere and loving as Leo but he is also a sort of clunky actor. For some this just adds to his charm, while for others it is off-setting. He has a boyish charm and you can certainly see why Paige was attracted to Leo.
I get the sense that Jason Sudeikis is just in his own little world on the show these days. Like in a, "Hey, Jason, after Romney, you've got nothing until 'Bongo's Clown Room.' Do you want to be in any other sketches?" "Nah, I'm good," kind of way.
"SNL" decided to really focus on Tatum's beefcake status. Put it this way: I saw Channing Tatum with his shirt off not one, not two, but three times. We get it: Channing Tatum is a good-looking guy.
Academy Award-winning director Steven Soderbergh's new film, the spy thriller Haywire, excites with lots of great action sequences that overwhelm an often confusing storyline.
With Soderbergh's Ocean's 11 heist series over, the director is clearly looking for another genre franchise to do for fun between his more challenging and experimental pieces. Haywire fits that description.
I don't know whether Gina Carano has a future as an actress but she certainly kicks ass in Steven Soderbergh's Haywire, a jet-propelled action-thriller that has little time for wasted motion.
My hunch about skipping the opening weekend of this year's Toronto International Film Festival has paid off, in more ways than one. Mostly, however, ...
Hey, you can't always watch Oscar-winning films or critically acclaimed independents or obscure dramas from around the world. Sometimes, you just want to turn your mind off.
This Valentine's Day, curl up and watch a flick that commemorates the timeless art of putting prose on paper. Here are some top-notch letter-writing movies celebrating love.
Vince Vaughn's motor-mouth riffing stopped being funny several films ago. So what we get now are movies as slack and slow-moving as The Dilemma.
The creature is otherworldly with the face of a Botticelli and the curvy, sinewy body of a reptile. Jenna Dewan Tatum -- dancer, actress, wife of Channing Tatum -- is also an animal rights activist featured in a just-released ad by PETA.
"Dear John" is a film based on the novel of the same name by Nicholas Sparks. It is an anomaly from what Hollywood usually offers, in that it praises ...
I don't think I'm giving much away to say that Dear John is the first of the cinematic adaptations of his books I've encountered in which one of the two lovers at the center of the story doesn't die.