Even great actors make shitty movies.
The Lost Bill Murray Double Feature: Nothing Lasts Forever and A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III
Jack Reacher is a movie you need to watch if you can’t get enough Tom Cruise in your life. Even though pretty much any other Tom Cruise movie ever made will be more satisfying. Given the slow decline of both his box office clout and esteem as an actor since the turn of the millennium, this group of Cruisers is in dangerously low supply here in the 20-teens. The only other people I can imagine selecting this movie for their viewing [...]
New Zach Braff movie + Kickstarter=empty pockets!
Happy Jackie Robinson Day! GG takes a look at 42, the new biopic on Robinson that opened number one at the box office this week.
Ahhh, the 25th anniversary edition. There’s no quicker way to crush us under the wheels of time. The quarter century mark is usually the first really legitimate proof that a film or album is going to stand the test of time for someone – and this week, someone’s certainly going to be happy over the release of a 25th anniversary edition of the modern classic Who Framed Roger Rabbit, making its debut on Blu-Ray. Based on a wacky pulp novel by Gary [...]
Mila Kunis is even hot in green-and it ain’t easy bein’ green.
Some sequels really shouldn’t be made.
GG reviews Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s new movie, “Snitch”.
Popblerd reviews “Guilt Trip,” the new movie starring the odd couple of Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen.
A look back at “Birth of a Nation,” one of the most controversial movies in film history.
Well, was anybody shocked? Remember, when I was setting up this series — back with Day 1′s write-up of May — I warned you that the actual holiday’s corresponding movie was going to be a predictable choice. Given that John Carpenter’s Halloween a.) shares a name with the holiday, b.) is set on the holiday in question, and c.) is the greatest horror movie of all time… well, if you’re shocked by this, you may be quite dumb. Regardless, I [...]