Does Seth Rogen rape Anna Faris in 'Observe and Report'? David Edelstein weighs in.
Plus: pirate hunters.
Lou Lumenick: "Is the ending a cop-out or welcome restraint? There will be debates about this."
The granddaughter of the late director Elia Kazan and daughter of screenwriters Nicholas Kazan and Robin Swicord talks shop.
Sam Rockwell plays a lunar-based spaceman who suffers a freak accident and mental breakdown in the final days of his three-year assignment. This looks awesome.
We can't believe we're typing this, but we think there might be some potential in this one.
Apatow had to trim something to get a PG-13 rating — we wonder what!
Plus: Gym Class Heroes! Ani DiFranco! Video games!
Vulture spoke to front man Kudlow and director Gervasi about never giving up.
"You can't just make a movie full of fart sounds, you know?"
Kirby Dick's documentary, 'Outrage,' examines the double lifestyles of closeted legislators whose politics actively threaten the interests of the gay community. See the poster!
Plus: David O. Russell has another project.
The answer is yes.
We assumed something in the movie would mitigate that uncomfortable sex scene. And then we saw the movie.
If so, we certainly hope they fix the Old-Baby Man issues!
Plus: Jackie Chan to make action movie.
Talk about "making mischief"!
With just a few minor reservations, a theater full of people who'd have been just as excited to see a 27-year-old movie can recommend the new 'Star Trek,' which they saw for free.
Over at his blog, David Edelstein reviews two movies we didn't have space for in this week's magazine, and weighs in on A.O. Scott's recent essay on neo-neo realism.
It appears that WB has forced McG to edit 'Terminator Salvation' for a PG-13 rating.
Plus: Horse soldiers! No, not what you think.
"The walk, the hands, the voice, and of course the erection that keeps happening, those were all just somebody trying to understand a machine that it needs to get around."
"The worries keep coming despite Pixar's track record," says some blowhard from an investment bank, "because each film it delivers seems to be less commercial than the last."
Coleman on his new movie: "It was worse than any film school project ... I shouldn't be in this movie in the first place, but the mortgage keeps coming."
"No more movies. I haven't said yes to one in over a year."