"I am appalled."
Well, not if you take inflation into account, actually.
Well-executed, if slightly obvious.
It beat the record set by 'The Hangover.'
This film falls to Earth wicked fast.
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It's poised to be Woody Allen's biggest movie in decades.
It's out August 12.
And it should have legs.
'X-Men' made $56 million.
Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy elevate the proceedings.
Fassbender's many accents! Oppressed minorities! Nazis!
The C-word is fine for baby gear, but underage drinking is no good for a beer.
Better bring your haiku A-game!
The sequel made $140 million, the weekend made $280.
Can sex slavers pumping drugs into children and necrophiliacs be far away? They can't be any creepier than Zach Galifianakis.
It gets a little weird and dark, but the spazzy sequel mostly delivers the same beautifully animated goofball shenanigans as the first.
Sure, they're straight to video, but do they have the same problems at heart that this summer's big-budget sequels will?
"Todd [Phillips], it goes without saying, he’s changed my life."
Take the Male-Crisis Comedy category: We'd F 'Our Idiot Brother,' Marry 'Crazy Stupid Love,' and Kill 'Larry Crowne.' And there's eighteen other categories to judge.
What does Angelina Jolie think about Osama bin Laden? And do pandas have existential problems?
And thus, Bateman, Sudeikis, and Day plot to kill them.
Over brunch, naturally.
'Thor,' 'Green Lantern,' and 'Captain America' have turned their backs on the downbeat superheroics of 'The Dark Knight.'