And what would you like see to him/her do with TV that he/she isn’t doing with movies?
A workplace bromantic comedy about men made by men from a male perspective for, it would seem, a male audience — the workplace just happens to be a (male) strip club.
There’s a lot of fight in Haywire, but very little punch — it starts to feel very grim and plodding…
Ohmygod the germs, the germs! They’re everywhere!
Since when do big-name celebrity hotshots take on a job that is usually thankless and typically invisible? When they’re nice guys helping out a pal.
It’s like a zombie movie… but real!
Who could possibly make such a decision about when to retire accept an artist herself? Is there any way to mandate a retirement age for artists except by audiences refusing to participate as audiences anymore (which still wouldn’t prevent an artist from making art, only from having it seen)?
Twilight frenzy has gripped the U.K., too: 1. The Twilight Saga: New Moon: £11.7 million (NEW) 2. 2012: £3.5 million (2nd week; drops 46%) 3. A Christmas Carol: £2.2 million (3rd week; drops 11%) 4. Harry Brown: £.72 million (2nd week; drops 43%) 5. Up: £.64 million (actual numbers, not estimates) Bad timing for box … more…
Clear skies ahead for the movie? The sun is shining upon it? What other tedious weather-related metaphor can I come up with? 1. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs: $30.3 million (NEW) 2. The Informant!: $10.5 million (NEW) 3. Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All by Myself: $9.9 million (2nd week; drops 58%) 4. … more…