At 25, Kellan Lutz has become one of the most recognizable faces in the world. From his turn as Emmet Cullen in the Twilight films, to his modeling wo...
Is setting a movie in the pre-Internet, pre-cell phone era a storytelling shortcut -- or a storytelling challenge?
Quentin Dupieux's Rubber is a movie about, no joke, an evil tire that can blow things up with its mind.The director is aided by what I believe to be one of the most powerful performances by an inanimate object in decades.
I'm not sure how we reached a point where Comic-Con became the engine that drives Hollywood. Films like Green Lantern slurp up the studio bucks, and the comic-book mentality grows like a cancer.
Critics are supposed to go into each movie with an open mind. No matter what we think of a particular director or actor or producer - and we all have ...
He plays a man with writer's block in his latest film, Paper Man, but Jeff Daniels has no problem getting the words to flow when he sits down to write...
Chatroulette does an excellent job of representing the world in its truest form. Filled with "Irish spirit," we fired up a webcam and got ready for whatever the world had to offer on St. Patty's Day.
What's more important to SNL, comedy or buzz? When the parade of cameos is over, at the end of the day there's got to be something else there to keep viewers giving a damn.
Predictable? You bet. Original? Hardly. But what keeps audiences of this lite-fare comedy in their seats is the undeniable on-screen chemistry between leads Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds.
I can only guess that The Hangover is continuing to expand beyond the frat-boy core, a theory which will be tested when Transformers 2 steals each and every frat boy away next weekend.
Teaming Sandra Bullock with Ryan Reynolds seems like a winning proposition. He's a verbal ju-jitsu master for the kind of snide, withering remarks that she specializes in.
Marry Me Monday is different because the proposals take place during Bachelorette Time. And Bachelorette Time is a very special time for women.
To be fair, the movies this summer won't be all bad. There are always a few surprise gems buried amidst the muck.
Confronting these menacing assassins of the ice is no small feat. In the world of Seal Clubbing, there are but only a few ways to overpower such wicked beasts. The best and most preferable way is, of course, napalm.
It's my hope the story of my father combined with my own goal of becoming the first person in history to sob uncontrollably for 26.2 miles straight, may inspire you to give something too.
Neither Watchmen or The Proposal is out until 2009, but I mention Akerman now because when she's big-time next year, you can say you heard it here first.