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Neither can do the splits, though.
This is a really, really funny movie.
Will they sing "Under the ennui?"
It sure looks that way.
And by "hog" I mean car. And by "on" I mean in. Clearly I want a sequel to TORQUE.
Liam Neesons is back in fine form in this exquisitely crafted slice of cheese.
Can Vinnie and the boys hold their own against dinosaurs?
Watch the teaser trailer for the quickie sequel.
2015 will have at least one good Halloween film.
This trailer is giving me anxiety.
In the aftermath of Paul Walker's death the studio takes time to think.
I hope he has enough chems to stave off a crowded summer slate.
Universal is making hard decisions about their biggest franchise this morning.
Duncan Jones' video game movie lets EPISODE VII have December.
America, here's your new franchise star.
And will it be under three hours long?
Peter Berg's paean to the Navy SEALs misses the real story of courage.
A visit to the set of the fantasy samurai movie wherein Keanu Reeves ponders the way of the warrior.
The long-delayed fantasy epic gets a domestic trailer filled with monsters and portentuous voice over.
Screwed up theme parks seem to run in the Brolin family.
And it gives the entire motion picture away.
He'll melt the hearts of the dinosaurs!
Statham will be riding something big, black, and hard in the new film.
We are now one step closer to what is best in life.
Vin Diesel's Facebook: The gift that keeps on giving.
An extraordinary true story makes for a great, smart and adult studio movie.
Director Andres Muschietti in talks to take over the film.
Djimon Hounsou's ready to enjoy the next quarter mile of his life.
No, says Universal.
The third film in the RC Cola of scifi series, RIDDICK brings the stripped down action and the complicated psychosexuality.
How BACK TO THE FUTURE III blew the chance to fix the trilogy's race problems.
Will Universal have the right chems for him?
The greatest modern action franchise just got greatester.
Fighter of the Night Men.
He's dedicated to making it good, and it's not there yet.
You knew they made a fourth one, right?
And you can watch it here!
It turns out James DeMonaco is a big Landru fan.
In the future, it's already $2 in the used DVD bin.
A report from Cannes has a mystery investor willing to spend the money to make multiple movies and a TV series.
Well, maybe a little, but in a totally manageable way.
Just when I thought I could easily ignore this movie.
The sequel has been delayed, but not yet canceled.
This scifi home invasion movie never does justice to its great premise.
It's like an aerial ballet.
My soul was saving itself for his brother.
The John Hughes comedy goes R-rated this time.
The new film from Tom Cruise and the director of TRON LEGACY is a tedious slog through stupidity.
THIS is how classic movies are made. THAT was sarcasm.
Is this good or bad news?
Not an exciting list of names.
The director tucks and rolls out of an impending franchise disaster.
But how's the 3D? Devin answers!
Poor Ethan Hawke keeps getting indirectly killed by children.
And also very short.
Edgar Wright's next movie moves up two months to August!
Universal rushes the next dino movie into production.
On end of the world day. It's all about timing.
The fans have spoken, and the DeLorean is coming!
Vin Diesel's franchise forces out yet another entry.
Judd Apatow has finally made a movie Devin didn't like.
Watch the trailer for Joseph Kosinski's follow-up to TRON LEGACY. Is it smart scifi?
It's a little bit sad.
RZA's directorial debut is an homage to the classic kung fu he grew up with. In this exclusive featurette he drops some names.
One year ago, Jessica Chastain was still an actress on the verge. That's when Devin met her on the set of the Guillermo del Toro-produced horror movie MAMA.
Devin heads to Toronto to visit the set of the creepy ghost movie produced by Guillermo Del Toro. In this first report, a visit with director Andres Muschietti and his producing sister Barbara.
In this episode Devin visits the Universal backlot where classics like FRANKENSTEIN, DRACULA and THE WOLF MAN were shot... and he makes a stop at the PSYCHO house!
Prepare for THE LEGEND OF CONAN, aka ON CONAN POND.
Hear RZA collaborate with The Black Keys, Kanye West, Wiz Khalifa and more!
The sequel to THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON!
How Bela Lugosi almost played Dracula AND The Frankenstein Monster.
And word on the Mondo Gallery's UNBELIEVABLE Universal Monsters exhibition.
The latest Edgar Wright joint gets a poster.
See how Tom Hooper is shooting live singing on the movie version of LES MIS.
Reports have director Carl Rinsch getting kicked off the movie.
Guillermo del Toro presents a pretty creepy looking new horror movie starring Jessica Chastain.
The studio that brought us the remakes of THE THING and THE WOLFMAN to turn the New Flesh into New Terrible Trash.
The scarlet letter strikes again. KStew is fired, but her director lover might still be on? Smells like sexism!
It's Shark Week! It's the release of JAWS on Blu! It's time to celebrate our greatest predator in movie trailers. First up: Enzo Castellari's banned JAWS rip-off, GREAT WHITE.
The latest Wright/Pegg/Frost joint gets a female lead. And she's pretty!
Jeremy Renner picks up the franchise ably, but is ably enough to warrant more movies?
The new Edgar Wright/Simon Pegg/Nick Frost movie heads towards production, and there's a teaser poster.
An excellent poster for James Whale's classic film.
Happy birthday, Tom Cruise (and soon Ron Kovic). Get ready for Oliver Stone's next by revisiting one of his best.
This movie won't be boring, that's for sure.
Brian's just as surprised as you are to find out the creator of THE FAMILY GUY has a funny movie in him.
Celebrate the 37th anniversary of the classic film that launched Bruce's career!
A morose Kristen Stewart and a lackluster script defeat strong visuals and some fun performances.
The LA Times examines why JOHN CARTER bombing was a big story but BATTLESHIP sinks quietly. They forgot one important reason: Hollywood hates creatives.
And hear "Jason Bourne" said about a dozen times!
I am probably going to cry through this whole movie, dammit.
Is Peter Berg's board game adaptation a shockingly trenchant critique of American foreign policy or a stupid blow 'em up? Or both?
The Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy shall conclude.
In the proud GHOULIES tradition...
They're rebooting VAN HELSING with Tom Cruise, but could there be more sinister things to come?
It's a sort-of-sequel to KNOCKED UP.
The film's big final song is caught on spy video.
With Hasbro's board game to inspire him, Peter Berg has created the ultimate modern blockbuster. That's not a compliment.
The actress has cut her hair very, very short for the film.