|US Release Date||03/20/1998|
Judd Apatow captures every headache and joy of turning 40 and delivers an appropriately overstuffed comedy.
"What am I gonna do? They're always the same size... I'm very nervous. If I stand up too straight, there's a possibility (of a wardrobe malfunction), so if I hunch, that's why. It's because I have terrible posture." Actress Kat Dennings was nervous her boobs might pop out of her Jay Mendel gown at the Emmy Awards on Sunday (23Sep12).
The Oscar competition heats up...
Sharply observed and extremely funny; a female-driven comedy capable of inducing howls of laughter from both sexes in equal measure.
Project confirmed to be a 'Knocked Up' spin-off
Paul Feig and Judd Apatow are set to reteam for the first time since working together on 'Freaks and Geeks.'
Batman Begins moviemaker Christopher Nolan has abandoned plans to direct a new big screen adaptation of cult British TV series The Prisoner.
At two hours and twenty minutes, Judd Apatow’s latest effort isn’t good enough to be this long.
Although it has some effective moments and a clever premise, M. Night Shyamalan’s latest thriller is short on thrills. Not a whole lot HAPPENS in <em>The Happening</em>.
<em>Fay Grim</em> is a catchy little adventure--a worthy follow up to <em>Henry Fool</em>.
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|Bjorn Sundquist||Actor||Mitten Man||1||1000007|
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From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.