|Genres||Comedy, Short Film|
|US Release Date||04/07/2006|
From cartoon to real-life Tumbler.
(This is the Julia Roberts one.)
The worst Hollywood offerings of the year -- skewered and served cold!
Van Damme and Michelle Yeoh Board DreamWorks' Sequel
<em>Chuck and Larry</em> tries too hard to find the right mixture of Adam Sandler’s signature humor and poignancy. In other words, it’s only mildly humorous and comes across more preachy than meaningful.
The North American box office took a new turn this weekend, with teen-thriller Disturbia debuting at the top with $23 million.
Campy B-style movies weren't as appealing as a frothy comedies at the North American box office this Easter weekend. The skating comedy Blades of Glory took the No. 1 spot for the second week with $23 million, while Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez's Grindhouse, a double-feature ode to bloody exploitation flicks, tanked in fourth place with $11.5 million.
It was neck and neck, but opener R.V. raced to the top of the North American box office this weekend with $16.4 million, ahead of the 9/11 drama United 93, which debuted in second with $11.6 million.
Moviegoers made their voices heard this weekend. Grossing $20.2 million at the North American box office in its debut weekend, the video game-turned-movie fright flick Silent Hill took the top spot away from reigning champ, the horror spoof Scary Movie 4, which slipped to second place with $17 million.
Scary Movie 4, the first major release under their new Weinstein Co. banner, opened big at the North American box office, grossing a whopping $41 million over the weekend. Its the best Easter weekend debut ever, beating Panic Room, which opened in 2002 with $30.1 million.
These successful-in-the-buff stars prove the link between nudity and Oscar gold.
Amanda Bynes and Seth MacFarlane, Ryan Gosling and Sandra Bullock, and 19 other Hollywood couples that escaped your memory.
From the Pon Farr to zero-gravity lovemaking to whatever was happening in 'Barbarella'