Plus: USA and Fox go renewal crazy!
'The Guardian' thought it could've used more rape and murder.
Once you figure out how to install the software, that is.
“If everybody was just sort of praising it too much right now, that would make me even more nervous.”
"LOVELY BONES will be one of the films of the year."
Plus: Kat Dennings! Psych! Horses!
And it's not bad!
"I'm good. You got enough. Thank you."
"I’m definitely going to be kissing members of all sexes. Groping the genitalia of anyone onstage … I plan on being the Adam Lambert of the Academy Awards."
“[Herzog] always seemed to be pretty pleased with what I was doing, so I didn’t endure any abuse or rants or anything.”
The band's documentary was just denied an Oscar nomination — so let's focus on the music.
We think you'll agree that this is a pretty terrific hat.
Plus: Chris Weitz! Werewolves! Cooking!
“Everybody who goes to an Ang Lee movie wants to be sublimely depressed by the end of the film. And if you have ‘Woodstock’ in the title, you think you’re going to be seeing Joe Cocker screaming onstage.”
It made somewhere between $22.2 and $26 million in midnight screenings last night.
No matter how passionately you love a florid, overwritten, hilarious book, the movie can be EVEN BETTER.
Plus: Steven Spielberg and Stephen King unite!
The future of cinema is now.
"I have a very high estrogen count."
"Weitz’s compositions have no spark, though, and his pacing is so flaccid that you’re going to need the electricity of a live, first-weekend audience to stay charged up."
Not that it matters!
Plus: Bill Maher! Restaurants! YA Lit!
It does include fifteen other movies, though.
Prepare for an assault on your senses.
From 'The Big Lebowski' to 'Holy Mountain.'