Here are a couple of highlights from Pharrell and Anna Kendrick on SNL!
Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect) and John Francis Daley (Bones) are a young couple facing off with Craig Robinson’s (Hot Tub Time Machine) Antichrist in what is probably the second-most politically incorrect film* of the year, Rapturepalooza.
Follow the jump for the very NSFW, red band trailer.
Pitch Perfect moves the kind of kids we see on Glee into college and focuses them on competitive cappella singing. Then it kicks up the humor and drama by adding sufficient crudity-with-a-heart to just barely avoid an R-rating and combining that with inventive arrangements of contemporary (and not so contemporary) hits.
Greg, Liz and Salim have a ghoulishly good time reviewing this new stop-motion animated horror movie for kids of all ages.
Starring Greg Karber(@GregKarber), Liz Manashil (@LizManashil) and Salim Lemelle.
Directed by Sean Wright.
Edited by Brian Jahns.
Produced by David Freedman(@ShowRunnerDave), Aaron Fink(@AaronEvanFink), Pedro Raposo and Cooper Griggs.
Synopsis: Norman is able to speak with the dead. But when his town comes under siege by Zombies, the once quiet Norman snaps into action. Along with some unlikely allies, Norman does battle against a ghoulish army.
Starring the voices of Kodi Smit-McPhee, Anna Kendrick and Christopher Mintz-Plasse.
Directed by Chris Butler and Sam Fell.
Written by Chris Butler.
Produced by Travis Knight and Arianne Sutner.
Genre: Family Animated Ghoul Story.
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50/50 mixes comedy and cancer, but it’s the drama that will win you over.
FROM VERA FARMIGA, Academy Award nominee for BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS:
“I am deeply honored and humbled by this recognition and truly grateful to the Academy for their support of Up In The Air. I feel my nomination is due, in large part, to the phenomenal work of George, Anna and Jason on this film and it is especially moving to receive my first nomination in their company.”
Ian Fleming’s great spy, James Bond, once said, “Once is chance; twice is coincidence, and three times is enemy action.” Tailoring that reasoning to filmmaking: a director making one great film could be chance – a confluence of events that captures lightning in a bottle; a director making two great films [let alone two in a row] could, conceivably, be a coincidence, but a director making three great films in a row – and to start his career, no less? Not a fluke.
Jason Reitman’s Up in the Air is a great film – as were Thank You For Smoking and Juno. He’s not only the real deal he’s quite possibly the most consistently excellent new filmmaker of the decade. What makes Up in the Air so remarkable isn’t just that it’s timely and brilliant – it’s that it started out to be one thing and then, when the world’s financial climate changed radically, Reitman adapted it to fit the times in a way that is, topically at least, irony free – a first for him.
One day you will meet Ryan Bingham (George Clooney) in your office. You never sat next to him in a cubicle. Nor have you shared the latest gossip with him over your coffee break. You did not even invite him to happy hour for drinks. However, he does play an important part of your job. He is the person your boss hired to inform that you have been terminated. He is a downsizing expert from Omaha whose job is to offer options to recently laid-off employees. Bingham might be the man you cry over, be mad at, or loathe, but he might end up being the one who has set you free to change your life forever. Ryan’s job has its perks. He can easily get through the check-in lines at the airports in no-time. The airline employees know his name by heart. He always travels first class as he is close to his ultimate goal of ten million miles saved for one airline.
It’s not every day that a film not only captures the feel of high school and the look of it. Rocket Science, a small gem of a film does just that – in spades.