This week's installment of the Cinefantastique Podcast takes a ringside seat for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, director Edgar Wright's genre-spanning (...
The summer's unlikeliest action hero turns out to be Michael Cera, playing the title role in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, a comedy that mocks its own proportions, right down to the title.
I'm at Comic-Con and was given a chance to see the world-premiere of Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World tonight. It was one of the most charming films I've seen in recent memory and all of the actors really owned their parts.
This week's post includes reviews of the BluRay versions of the gloriously bad camp classic Showgirls and John Ford's archetypical 1939 Western Stagecoach.
This week, we feature music by Prince (and The Revolution), Nancy Sinatra, Brandon Flowers (The Killers), Michael Cera, and others.
Movies suck in January, a time Hollywood commonly refers to as a "dumping ground" for films that don't match the high quality of 2012 and Did You Hear About the Morgans?
This kind of movie is really played out. The script and acting are both too reminiscent of Juno, the kind of precious, twee affectation that Cera has perfected and needs to put on a shelf never to use again.
In short, this is a film without a fan base should be expected to crash and burn at the box office within a few weeks at most. Everything about this movie is revolting.
The following is a mash-up of Deborah Solomon's NYTimes Magazine interview of actor Michael Cera -- in which the interviewee's responses are arbitrarily matched against actual and virtual questions.
Will the new world consciousness, due to arrive in 2012, be the vision of Roland Emmerich or James Cameron?
A jerk can be a softie sometimes, though a clever, conniving one.This is the type of creature Michael Cera must create in Miguel Arteta's Youth in Revolt.
In Youth in Revolt Michael Cera does what many have wanted to do to Michael Cera themselves personally: whup his own sorry ass. And that is definitely worth seeing.
The film has a strong Dickensian flavor to its plotting, as Nick Twisp works his way through both the twisted landscape of suburban Oakland, Calif., and the crowded byways of his own psyche.