This is actor Jim Carrey’s home. I WANT IT!! Set in the gated community of Malibu Colony, the Dumb and Dumber star’s beachfront residence features a flowing floor plan and expansive decks with removable privacy walls. Tour the actor’s stylish abode.
If McClane’s sarcastic one-liners and New Jersey jokes never quite stick their landings, Willis himself still goes through the film’s cartoonish motions with his signature grim aplomb, delivering his profane catchphrase almost as an afterthought. Both assaultive and tiresome, “A Good Day to Die Hard” barely registers on the action movie Richter scale. It goes bang, it goes boom, and then it blessedly goes away.
Holy sh#t, I guess she didn’t like the movie.
Can’t wait to see this movie!
The genius of “Lincoln” lies in its vision of politics as a noble, sometimes clumsy dialectic of the exalted and the mundane.
Twittamentary premieres at the AMC 42nd Street, New York City on June 19th. A special “for-charity” pre-release of the movie is available in the player embedded below.
This is so sad.
As if her hard partying lifestyle hadn’t taken enough of a toll on her once-beautiful face, Lindsay Lohan appears to be addicted to unnecessary fillers and injections…
Apple was forced to kill its $0.99 rental offering for television programs. As Greg Sandoval of CNet observes, this is the media industry’s reaction to technological change — trying to put the MPEG genie back in the bottle. Good luck, Luddites.
The Hollywood studios and TV networks don’t want another Netflix. Look around. They’re trying to stuff that genie back into the bottle. The talk coming out of Hollywood is about raising prices for content and offering Netflix less content, not more. There is no consensus in Hollywood about anything, but a large number of decision makers want to see their shows and films offered online on a pay-per-view basis as they try to protect their margins.
If you think you are still young, you are not. Tara Reid, star of American Pie, is now 35 and married. Teenage hottie she (and all of you) no longer!
With innovative CGI special effects and a fascinating “prequel” plot, the new Rise of the Planet of the Apes movie looks like a winner. Can’t wait to see it.
Fox gambled on Rise of the Planet of the Apes by handing a nearly $100 million picture over to a director in Rupert Wyatt who had only helmed two features previously, focusing the film on a CGI-created character who must communicate emotion strictly through facial expressions and body gestures, and attempting a reboot a decade removed from a failed attempt by Tim Burton.
With Rise of the Planet of the Apes thus far proving relevant again, all that’s left is for Fox to green light a sequel that moviegoers who saw it earlier today are already demanding.
Six years after being given the green light from Ayrton Senna’s family, a documentary on the life of the brilliantly talented Brazilian racer is ready for its close-up, including previously unreleased behind-the-scenes footage from F1.
The largest U.S. consumer electronics retailer said Tuesday that it will start renting and selling the latest video releases over high-speed Internet connections by the end of this month. It will compete against an array of other similar services offered by Wal-Mart Stores, Amazon.com Inc., Netflix Inc., Apple Inc. and Blockbuster Inc.
Guess that Best Buy never heard the In Search of Excellence maxim “Stick to your knitting.” Here’s betting they do about as well as Wal*Mart and Blockbuster, namely FAIL.