I saw Lucy a couple days ago, and OH MY GOD YOU GUYS IT IS SO BAD. It’s easily in the top ten worst movies I’ve ever seen, and probably even top five. I won’t bother telling you when it comes out because it is everywhere and you can see it any time you like. (You’ll understand this joke after you see the movie. It’s out tomorrow, July 25th.) More
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Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes comes out today, and if you like action movies that are performed exclusively by monkeys, you’re gonna love this. If you were hoping for genuine, heartwarming inter-species moments, you’ll have to look very closely for them in between the indiscriminate carnage and gratuitous violence. Sorry. More
Boyhood comes out on Thursday, and if you only trust one piece of advice that I give you today, let it be to go see this movie. More
I didn’t care for Tammy as a movie regardless, but the thing that really struck me is that Melissa McCarthy wrote herself a character who is fat first and anything else second. More
The film Begin Again comes out today, and if you see it for one reason, let it be to remind yourself that Adam Levine has absolutely no business acting in movies. More
Even if you think you hate art films and everything they stand for, you absolutely must see Under The Skin, the new sci-fi thriller starring Scarlett Johansson. More
Saving Mr. Banks is the true story of the struggle between Walt Disney and P.L. Travers to the film rights for her Mary Poppins books. But given that it’s produced by Disney themselves, how true to history could it really be? More
Parkland came out this weekend, and I don’t know if you’ve seen it, but I was pretty disappointed. I’m a pretty big fan of movies based on true stories, which this one was, obviously but I kind of prefer for them to take some kind of position or opinion on the events they’re portraying. Otherwise why make a movie, right? More
I’m surprised to be hearing myself say this, but you need to see The Heat immediately. And you know why? Because Melissa McCarthy is a golden goddess of comedy who is legitimately unstoppable in every way and I never want the camera to leave her ever again amen. More
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Outside of being Ryan Gosling, there’s nothing sexier than an adventurous personality. So how do you let your date know you live life on the edge? There was a time when ordering the fatal blowfish sushi was considered dangerous, but we live in a post-Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern world. It’s going to take more than a little risky eating to assert yourself as a thrillseeker. My suggestion? Successfully make it through a screening of Human Centipede II. More
Alexander Skarsgard may play a blood thirsty vampire on True Blood, but his character’s violence on HBO is nothing compared to the horrible attack that he inflicts on Kate Bosworth‘s character in the new movie Straw Dogs. (Spoiler Alert? This movie is famous for its horrific rape scene.) This remake may not be as emotionally conflicted as Sam Peckinpah‘s 1970s film of the same name, but after all the intense violence that happens on screen, you may never be able to look at Alexander Skarsgard the same way again. At least I won’t be able to. More
Cars 2 is coming out this weekend, and for the first time in Pixar’s history one of their movies is being panned. Another telling tidbit: IMDB’s homepage apparently cares so much about Cars 2 that they left some of the major parts of the descriptions, including the voice actors’ names, out of their homepage teaser. More
Since Pixar’s films consistently rank above 90% on Rotten Tomatoes, it was bound to happen that one of them would fall short of the group. But it’s shocking just how much of a divide there is: Cars 2 is currently at 37%, the lowest score ever for a Pixar movie and the studio’s first rotten rating. The most baffling part is that audiences seemed to like it well enough, and director John Lasseter approached the movie with genuine enthusiasm even though it was a sequel. More