Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas took home four Razzies, while Cameron Diaz’s roles in The Other Woman and Sex Tape earned her the Razzie for Worst Actress, and Michael Bay was named Worst Director for Transformers: Age of Extinction. Ben Affleck won the debut of the Redeemer Award for having gone from Razzie-winner for Gigli to Oscar® […]
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Annie Is Fun Fluff!
Annie is a reimagining of the Broadway musical-turned-movie based on the classic comic strip Little Orphan Annie. It’s the story of an orphan who becomes the adopted daughter of an unscrupulous, wealthy man who straightens up and flies right because of her. In the comic strip and musical, the wealthy man was billionaire Daddy Warbucks […]
A Broadway Classic Comes to Life in the New “Annie” Trailer
A Broadway classic that has delighted audiences for generations comes to the big screen with a new, contemporary vision in Columbia Pictures’ comedy Annie. New trailer after the jump!
Sex Tape Is What You Might Expect – Fast, Loud and Very Intermittently Hilarious!
Annie writes a ‘mommy blog’ and her latest entry is bemoaning the lack of opportunities to have sex with her husband and recalling the way they screwed like bunnies when they were first together. One night she gets the kids off to Grandma’s place for a sleepover, but she and Jay can’t quite get things […]
The Other Woman: Not Quite a One-Night Stand!
Leslie Mann, Cameron Diaz and Kate Upton deserve full marks for going all-in on this tepid riff on The First Wives’ Club. Their commitment provides some hilarious moments – if not quite enough to make the film memorable. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau is also solid as the serial cheater.
What to Expect When You’re Expecting – Just Seen It Movie Review
Five Couples are planning for the arrival of their first child. Whether pregnant or adopting, they all find the journey to parenthood a difficult one. But as the magical day arrives, they rejoice in the miracle of new life. Starring Cameron Diaz, Matthew Morrison, Dennis Quaid, Chris Rock, Jennifer Lopez and Elizabeth Bank. Directed by […]
Bad Teacher – Not As Good As It Should Have Been; Not As Bad As It Could Have Been!
Thanks to the heights reached by Judd Apatow’s comedy factory, the old standards no longer apply. To be a great – even good – R-rated comedy, such a movie has to have a balance between crudity and heart. Too much of one or the other and it just doesn’t work. Jake Kasdan’s Bad Teacher actually […]
Shrek Forever After Sports A Pretty Good DVD Release!
After Shrek The Third, the series pretty much hit bottom. Very few fans thought a fourth movie would be a good idea, but since it had already been greenlighted, there nothing to be done. And then, a minor miracle happened – Shrek: The Final Chapter backed off the ubiquitous pop references and went back to […]
Knight and Day Fails to Get By on Chemistry!
James Mangold, he of the superb 3:10 to Yuma, tires his hand at a spy-based action/romantic comedy in Knight and Day. He gets kinetic performances from stars Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz [as possibly psychotic spy Roy Miller and bridesmaid-to-be June Havens] but other than a few fun twists, produces a film that strikes me […]
MOVIE REVIEW: Shrek Forever After Ends the Franchise on a Positive Note!
Shrek [Mike Myers] has become [he thinks] ordinary – he has a wife and three babies; random strangers ask him to roar for their children; the Far Far Away tour bus stops by his swamp home to point out the totally not scary ogre who saved the kingdom. Life is perfect. Perfectly boring. More than […]
MOVIE REVIEW: Am I “My Sister’s Keeper”? Absolutely!
You were born genetically to keep your sibling alive since your parents are not a compatible match. Many years went by and you feel that you have a right to your body. What’s the next thing to you, you file a lawsuit seeking medical emancipation from your parents to keep them from making future decisions of your body. How will this choice affect your […]