Starring Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane, from Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Invoking fascinating conspiracy theories surrounding Nikola Tesla only to turn them into a macguffin, this neonoir detective flick ultimately disappoints.
Ferris Bueller Joins the Air Force. With monkeys.
I feel like Ralphie being told by Little Orphan Annie to drink my Ovaltine. A lousy commercial?
Ferris sold out, and is totally into isms these days, with consumerism right at the top of the list. That’s why he’s appearing in this teaser for a Super Bowl ad.
For a film critic, there are few pleasures more satisfying than ripping into a bad movie. But one of those few is discovering that a film that you were expecting to hate — a movie that you had no doubts whatsoever would turn out to be utterly awful — turns out to be wonderful.
However crass Disney’s motivation may have been in rereleasing the film, it’s cheering to see that even in this era of awesome home-entertainment setups and increasingly unpleasant multiplexes, people still want to see great movies on a big screen with big sound…
It’s funny cuz the black guy is the criminal. It’s funny cuz the Hispanic guy is stupid…
He is a mouse. He is tiny — even for a mouse. He is smart and brave. He longs for adventure. He is a gentleman. He is adorable.
All this weekend! 5 movies I’m psyched for in December and 5 reasons why. No. 1: The Tale of Despereaux [opens in the U.S. and the U.K. on December 19]. 1. He’s a cute little mouse with big ears, and he’s wielding a sewing needle as a sword. How adorable is that? (Actually, the first … more…