About the seven deadly sins.
It'll be "Hitchcockian."
Writer-director David Mamet’s movie stars Al Pacino as the titular record producer.
Featuring more wigs than a Wiggles concert.
Pacino in middle-register Hoo-wah, and John McGinley flashing his canines.
"F*ck." —David Mamet.
"Something extremely simple is being said in the most luxuriantly gnomic academese available."
But he wouldn't play the same role he played in the film version.
Also, watch Rob Lowe drop a line from 'Wayne's World.'
"We do not completely understand your dietary customs, but we are proud and grateful that your god insists you eat our food on Christmas."
The writer/director sheds a little light on why he chose to take on an HBO biopic of the imprisoned producer.
David Mamet's play is performed, word perfect, by Patrick Stewart and T.R. Knight. And that's the problem.
In a movie written and directed by David Mamet.
Plus, David Mamet explains to Stephen Colbert why he won't eat carbohydrates or watch 'Mamma Mia!,' on our regular late-night roundup.
Funny or Die takes it up a notch.
Plus: Chris Rock takes on Kurosawa for his next remake.
Keep watch for shows with two characters talking about a third. Mamet hates those shows.