|Genres||Comedy, Short Film|
|US Release Date||11/30/-0001|
Nicolas Cage and his magical perm conjure little more than bland theatrics in this formulaic fantasy flick.
The surprisingly funny <em>Balls of Fury</em>’s tagline may read, “A Huge Comedy with Tiny Balls,” but it has some big, brass ones, too.
For the guys, this movie may be just as painful as going shoe shopping with a lady friend. Yet, it's refreshing to see Shirley MacLaine still has a bit of Irma la Douce left in her. Maybe she could keep the cast at her retirement community and do Cocoon: The Next Generation.
Perhaps if Friday Night Lights was the first high school football story to come to the big screen, it would be one of the best. Even though the film does sport some superb performances and tackles gritty realism with gusto, it isn't the first to do that--far from it.
The Chronicles of Riddick is a dazzling sci-fi epic that will have Pitch Black devotees marking their calendars for the third installment. But director David Twohy's sequel is unlikely to strike a chord with those unfamiliar with Riddick's world
Have no fear; shed no tear. The Cat in the Hat is too cute and too sunny, but you'll have good fun 'cause Mike Myers is funny.
Considering it is based on a Disney theme park attraction, Gore Verbinski's Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl is surprisingly good, but it probably would not have been half as entertaining if it were not for Johnny Depp's commanding performance as Captain Jack Sparrow.
Although Ang Lee successfully brings the green giant from the pages of Marvel Comics to life on the big screen, The Hulk loses itself in a heavy-handed story, and the characters' inner turmoil will make your own head hurt.
Winners were announced for the eighth annual Critics' Choice Awards, which were handed out Friday night by the Broadcast Film Critics Association.
Watching feardotcom is like watching a B-movie plot play out in what looks like an art house film, but if you let go of the plot and allow yourself to be absorbed into the film's corny, albeit creepy, concept, it's not a bad ride.
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'