If any movie can put you to sleep, this is the one. It is billed as a comedy but, believe me, it is dead weight from beginning to end. I saw the fil...
I think Cyrus could serve as a new blueprint for TV movies in 2010. The production costs are low. There are bankable stars. It's funny. It's dramatic. It's engaging.
Wow. Four films worth talking about, all opening in the same week, and I've got interviews for all of them. I'm also pretty strung out to begin with, ...
Cyrus is the definition of good filmmaking and a pure pleasure to watch. The Duplass Brothers take their time with every edit, creating a concise, well thought out narrative.
Cyrus is a sneakily funny film, one with more emotional truth and wisdom than you'd expect, given the set-up. It's a deceptively perceptive curveball that goes right through the strike zone.
At the film's New York Premiere last week, I asked Reilly about "Cyrus," a mildly dark comedy co-starring Jonah Hill and Marisa Tomei.
If you don't like, love, idolize Russell Brand then you will be bored out of your head at this movie.
For the ambitious music industry intern Aaron Green (Jonah Hill) in Get Him to the Greek, the task was supposedly easy: Escort a musician from London ...
Stoller quickly runs out of ideas in this repetitive road movie, and, unfortunately, the movie quickly runs out of laughs because it has no third act, and barely has a second.
If you were fan of Russell Brand's rock star character Aldous Snow in 2008's Forgetting Sarah Marshall, then brace yourself for a hysterical spin-off with Get Him to the Greek.
It would be a tragedy if the proven formula of using television to unite Americans for a cause were lost as the audience diaspora continues its dramatic flow.
In this week's episode, Dan Persons, Lawrence French, and Steve Biodrowski debate the merits of domesticated dragons as they analyze How to Train Your Dragon.
Like the least of the Dreamworks films, Dragon suffers from a shortage of jokes. But it has a strong enough story and animation to keep kids fascinated and even adults occupied.
Screenwriter-directors Jay Duplass and Mark Duplass have done it again. If you want a love story stratospheric above the typical love gush, check out Cyrus. It certainly got rid of my hangover.
Rogen, often a writer and producer on his comedies, is just a gun for hire in Observe and Report. This darker, often violent, bizarre and mostly unfunny movie is not the best choice for him.