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August 10, 2006

Box Office Preview: "World Trade Center" Arrives in Theaters Opens in new window

Another frame packed with four new national releases is led by Oliver Stone's 9/11 drama "World Trade Center" from Paramount. A trio of lower profile pics round out the weekend - Sony's family adventure "Zoom," Buena Vista's teen drama "Step Up," and The Weinstein Company's horror flick "Pulse." Despite all the new entries, Will Ferrell will try to win the box office title for the second consecutive time with his comedy "Talladega Nights" which has been racing well ahead of its competition since opening last weekend. More...

April 26, 2006

Get Your Goofy MTV Movie Awards Noms Right Here Opens in new window

You thought the awards season ended with the Oscars? Please. MTV's just gearing up for their movie awards, which will be broadcast worldwide on June 8th -- but we have all the nominations listed just a click away. (Interesting to note that not only were Paris Hilton & Rob Schneider nominated for awards, but also that "Hustle & Flow" earned three noms -- a movie produced by "MTV Films.") More...

March 6, 2006

Razzie Winners (?) Announced Opens in new window

Fans of bad movies have The Stinkers and The Razzies to look forward to every year, and now that the latter organization has announced their winners, we can put this issue to bed and enjoy the next ten months of cinematic ineptitude. More...

March 3, 2006

2005 Stinker Awards Announced! Opens in new window

Low budget horror film ?Alone in the Dark? took home the industry?s biggest booby prize as Hollywood?s annual anti-Oscars, The Stinkers Bad Movie Awards, dished out awards in 24 competition categories. The dishonors came courtesy of the Los Angeles-based Bad Cinema Society, a panel of movie critics and film fans which annually awards Hollywood's worst films and performances. More...

February 1, 2006

Razzie Nominations Announced; Easy Targets Run for Cover Opens in new window

Courtesy of their official site come the annual Razzie Awards Nominations ... or as I like to call them: The Amazingly Obvious Fish in a Barrel Nominations in Which We Savage People We Don't Like, Regardless of the Quality of Their Work. Oh, and it seems the Razzers have decided to branch out an include a "Most Tiresome" category, which I happen to find pretty ironic. More...

December 6, 2005

Rob Schneider Weighs in on the Ethnic Casting Debate Opens in new window

In classic Rob Schneider fashion, Rob Schneider has penned an open letter to the New York Times defending his one-eyed, pidgin-spouting Tongan character in "50 First Dates." More...

November 15, 2005

Stealth Stunk, Sony Struggles, Sinbad Squashed Opens in new window

John Horn of the LA Times delivers an interesting article on the sad state of affairs over at Sony Pictures. Seems that, aside from "Hitch," none of Sony's releases have found an overly receptive audience this year. (For those keeping score, Sony's 2005 releases include "Stealth," "xXx: State of the Union," "Lords of Dogtown," "Bewitched," and that "Deuce Bigalow" sequel.) Also, it seems that "Fun With Dick & Jane" is a merciless money-pit, and that alleged "Sinbad" movie starring Keanu Reeves and "Stealth" director Rob Cohen? Yeah, that project's dead now. More...

November 4, 2005

Rob Schneider to Direct Himself "Big" Time Opens in new window

According to Variety, Rob Schneider is going to direct a movie. And since I consider Variety a pretty reliable news source, I shall now go bang my head against a wall. Schnieder will be directing "Big Stan," a comedy about a geek who learns kung fu to defend himself in prison. More...

October 6, 2005

Summer Tomatometer Wrap-up #4: The Worst of the Summer Opens in new window

Over the past few days, we've tried to counter the common misconception that this summer's cinematic fare was bereft of quality. However, that doesn't mean the season was without some stinkers, at least critically speaking. More...

August 15, 2005

"Four Brother" Split $20 Million at the Weekend Box Office Opens in new window

John Singleton's action drama "Four Brothers" opened in 2,500 theaters to a better-than-expected $20.7 million in its first weekend, handily beating a trio of other newcomers. One of its main competitors was the Kate Hudson bayou thriller "The Skeleton Key," which unlocked nearly $15.8 million (from about 2,800 theaters) in a comparatively slow weekend at the box office. More...

August 11, 2005

Critical Consensus: Brotherly Love, A Not So Great ?Raid,? A Skeletal ?Key,? and Schneider?s Latest Opens in new window

This week at the movies gives us four brothers with vigilante justice on their minds, a woman who discovers the frightening secrets of an old house on the bayou, a band of brothers on a mission to save their own, and the latest in sophisticated, lofty humor from Rob Schneider. What do the critics have to say? More...

August 8, 2005

Hazzard Boys "Duke" Out an Easy Win at the Weekend Box Office Opens in new window

WB's big-screen adaptation of "The Dukes of Hazzard" had no problem tackling the #1 spot at the weekend box office, pulling in nearly $30.6 million from over 3,700 theaters. Granted, it was the only movie opening in wide release, but WB has to be pleased with the initial three-day haul. More...

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