So David Letterman had some things to say about all this ‘Obama-uses-the-teleprompter-too-much’ brouhaha (a.k.a. THE MOST POINTLESS PIECE OF CRITICISM IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD). No, no… I take it all back. They’re so right. The prompter is definitely making all the difference. All
HOLY. CRAP. Not a joke, people. This is for real. Say hello to the new Larry, Moe and Curly, courtesy of The Farrelly Bros. And it’s not a biopic about the guys who played the famous trio. This is an actual Three Stooges movie. I’m
I’m sure by now, most of America has either seen or been made aware of the face off between Jon Stewart and Jim Cramer of CNBC that took place on The Daily Show last week. If you haven’t, I urge you to visit thedailyshow.com and
I think that kind of says it all. Enjoy:
So… remember when Gus Van Sant committed cinematic sacrilege and remade Psycho? Well, a terrorizing shit storm rained down on him for a while, and rightfully so. That’s Hitchcock, man. And the very existence of that blasphemous piece of work… the mere chance… that a
Depp. Bale. Mann. Crime Drama. Boom. This trailer excites me. Very much.
So today, I came across this trailer on IMDB. It’s a film called Donkey Punch. Wait, wait… don’t just breeze by that bit of information. Take a moment and really let that sink in. From the look of it, it most definitely refers to what
In the wake of the 81st Academy Awards telecast, it has become apparent that many of us who reside on the colder end of the country, far away from the hallucinogenic fumes of Hollywood, have come to regard the ceremony with a variable amount of
Joss Whedon returned to the world of television last Friday night, with the premiere of his new series, Dollhouse.
For those new to the Whedonverse (yeah, it’s an actual thing on the internet), the show centers around a secret organization, called the Dollhouse, that wipes memories and gives people new personas to carry out what they call ‘engagements’. The clientele is either highly connected, very wealthy or both. Drama ensues when Echo (played by Eliza Dushku), an ‘active’ at the Dollhouse, suddenly begins retaining her memories and starts to question who she is and what she is doing there.
This list was more difficult to compile than I anticipated. Mostly because there were multiple offenders and I had to pick just one. So I laid out some ground rules: – The Actor Must Have the Lead Role: because sometimes actors are nice and do