As we’ve been reporting, the battle continues to overturn the MPAA’s decision to give the new Weinstein Co. documentary Bully an R rating. Now, more than 100,000 people have signed an online petition asking to re-rate the film with a PG-13
ScreenRant has just revealed some nice little tidbits that some point to Michael Shannon playing General Zod in the upcoming Zack Snyder Superman film The Man of Steel. When asked about playing a villian like Zod, Shannon said this about the
When I gave my Oscar predictions this year I figured Pixar’s La Luna would be a lock, especially since Cars 2 was not nominated for Best Animated Feature, but I was wrong, and the above film won for Best Animated Short.
This week, we talk about High Road, Detachment, Goon, The Innkeepers, Tomorrow When the War Began, Oslo, August 31st, and Wanderlust, in honor of Act of Valor, we have Ryan watch Navy Seals and tell us about it, and we discuss the
Every year right around this time, we honor the best and most thought provoking films of the year. Coinciding with this, we also discuss the worst of the worst. The most pointless garbage that gets put on a screen.
If you’re planning on watching the Independent Spirit Awards tonight, don’t look below the jump, as we have the entire list of nominees and winners listed for your viewing pleasure. Discussion of the winners will not be in this
Here are two Wes Anderson directed Hyundai commercials that will be first airing tomorrow night during the Academy Awards. Even if you didn’t already know they were directed by him, you could probably tell. They are certainly his style.
It looks like the Robocop reboot has finally got a lead with Joel Kinnaman from AMC’s The Killing becoming everyone’s favorite robot cop. The Swedish actor has been on the rise lately with roles in The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo,
As we've been reporting over the last few days, there's been quite the drama happening between the Academy and actor Scha Baron Cohen, who requested that he be able to attend the Oscars as his character General Aladeen. Well, the Academy didn't
We reported yesterday, and in the daily podcast today, about the Weinstein Co. appealing the MPAA ruling that the new documentary Bully should be rated R for some bad language. After the appeal, it was still turned down by only one