|Genres||Comedy, Short Film|
|US Release Date||03/30/2001|
The box office preview of the weekend beginning May 16 George Lucas Star Wars: Episode I - Attack of the Clones Hugh Grant About a Boy Richard Gere Adrian Lyne Unfaithful DJ Qualls The New Guy Spider-Man Woody Allen Hollywood Ending Deuces Wild The Scorpion King Changing Lanes Panic Room The Rookie Ice Age
The box office preview of the weekend beginning March 29 Jodie Foster David Fincher Panic Room Robin Williams Danny DeVito Edward Norton Death to Smoochy Clockstoppers Jonathan Frakes Dennis Quaid The Rookie E.T. Steven Spielberg Blade 2: Bloodhunt Wesley Snipes Ice Age Showtime Eddie Murphy Robert De Niro Resident Evil Paul Anderson The Time Machine We Were Soliders Mel Gibson Denzel Washington John Q The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Peter Jackson A Beautiful Min
The box office preview of the weekend beginning Feb. 1 Nicole Kidman Ben Chaplin Birthday Girl Slackers Devon Sawa The Count of Monte Cristo Kevin Reynolds Richard Gere The Mothman Prophecies Mandy Moore A Walk to Remember I Am Sam Steve Oedekerk Kung Pow: Enter the Fist Orange County The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Peter Jackson Black Hawk Down Ridley Scott Jerry Bruckheimer A Beautiful Mind Ron Howard Vanilla Sky Kate & Leopold Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
From an artistic standpoint, it's easy to understand why Steven Spielberg declined to undertake a third trip to Jurassic Park.
Ticket sales for R-rated films have plummeted since movie theaters, bowing to political pressure, began tightening their enforcement of age restrictions, the Washington Post reported Thursday, citing a study by research group MarketCast. The study concluded that "significant numbers" of children under 17, especially girls, were being deterred from seeing R-rated movies. The theaters' policies, the study said, caused the recent releases The Mexican, starring Julia Roberts and Brad Pitt, and Angel
Despite a strong showing by NBC's Law and Order, which topped the Nielsen ratings list for the first time last week with its season finale, CBS remained the top-rated network last week as such reliable standbys as JAG and Everybody Loves Raymond performed above expectations.
Spring breakers rejoice. Tomcats offers plenty of tasteless jokes and pranks, and it's may well be every young male's wet dream
If Freddy got fingered, then Tom Green got ignored. Three new movies that rely on gross-out comedy - recently popular with audiences - all but seem to be on the wane. Green's self-indulgent Freddy Got Fingered headlined the three, with Joe Dirt and Tomcats lagging far behind.
SANTA MONICA, Calif., March 3, 2000 -- With an Oscar nomination and a couple of Golden Globes, what more could Angelina Jolie possibly want for her career?Answer: To personify grrrl power in the form of cyber-femme fatale Lara Croft. Tomb Raider Today's Daily Variety says the actress is in final negotiations to play the virtual vixen in Paramount's feature adaptation of the interactive game "Tomb Raider." A little "Tomb Raider" background for readers outside of the, say, 15-to-24-year-old boy
Kevin Spacey SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 28, 2000 -- Maybe two-time Oscar winner Kevin Spacey doesn't think he can do anything after all. The actor is shooting down reports that had him ready to step into the formidable Peter Sellers' trenchcoat and portray the bumbling Inspector Clouseau in a new "Pink Panther" flick. "I'm not -- never signed, never been offered the role," Spacey told Reuters on Thursday. MGM, the studio that owns the "Panther" franchise, let it slip Monday that Spacey w
These successful-in-the-buff stars prove the link between nudity and Oscar gold.
From the Pon Farr to zero-gravity lovemaking to whatever was happening in 'Barbarella'