McLovin isn't in a single one!
"Why did this India movie become a big hit and mine didn't?"
Answer: Hardly any!
Posted on MySpace on Friday night, the Q&A steers clear of Wilson's personal crisis and instead focuses on pertinent topics like India, monkeys, and malaria pills.
Fans of Rex Reed's usual nap-inducing work as a film critic for the Observer are bound to be disappointed by today's eminently readable triple-takedown of three movies featured at this year's New York Film Festival.
Like most of his films, Anderson's six ads are idiosyncratic, share basically the same premise, and differ only in specific details — but they're still pretty great!
Björk to release new album, Charlotte Gainsbourg doing just swell, etc.
Wes Anderson's The Darjeeling Limited made its debut at the Venice Film Festival over the weekend and the early word is, well, not very good.
Critics have already accused Wes Anderson of making the same movie over and over again, and if there's one thing we learned from this new trailer for his forthcoming The Darjeeling Limited, it's that he doesn't read his reviews.
Ryan Gosling Joins Lovely Bones: Ryan Gosling will play the murdered girl's father in Peter Jackson's The Lovely Bones, joining the already-cast Rachel Weisz. We're throwing up our hands; Jackson seems determined to make a really good movie and damn the box-office consequences. God bless him.