|US Release Date||11/30/1940|
Wes Anderson's latest film is very likely his best yet.
Actor Jonah Hill was left with a very bad taste in his mouth while filming a goldfish stunt in The Wolf Of Wall Street when the creature relieved itself as he pretended to eat it.
Actor Jonah Hill has been made an honorary Best Buy employee after boasting about calling customer care representatives at a store in Hawaii as part of his preparation for The Wolf Of Wall Street.
Which means it accomplishes all it sets out to do.
Jose Padilha's remake has a lot of fun with political satire, but doesn't give its central conceit enough story.
Few movies these days address the implications of modern technology.
JLaw was in what?
Or will '12 Years a Slave' till take the top Academy Award?
Remember, funny is what made Hill famous.
Monster movies (or creature features as many call them) have been scaring the pants off of audiences with their faction of freaks since the Silent Era. This week, one of the most treasured characters in film history is set to return with the help of director Joe Johnston and Benicio Del Toro in The Wolfman and we thought it would be nice to reintroduce you to some of the characters in the creepy collective.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.