August 14, 2006
"Zoom" Tomatometer: Zero
"Zoom" is soaring, flying high into the rarified territory where only seven films before it have ventured. The film, which stars Tim Allen and Courteney Cox, is joining an exclusive club -- films with more than 20 reviews that have garnered not a single "Fresh" rating from critics. In other words, we're talking nada, zilch, zero.
April 26, 2005
Bob Clark Wants to Revisit His Old "Dead Things"
You know the horror-remake machine is getting a little crazy when a title like "Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things" is being suited up for a revisit, but that's precisely what writer/director Bob Clark plans to do. Clark's "Black Christmas" is already being remade by James Wong and Glen Morgan, so remaking his 1973 "Children" only seems the next logical step for the filmmaker.
April 13, 2005
Ray Liotta to Make Another "Comeback"
Former "Kids in the Hall" comedian Bruce McCulloch will write and direct the comedy "Comeback Season," and it looks like leading man Ray Liotta ("Goodfellas," "No Escape") has also climbed aboard. Liotta will star alongside Shaun Sipos ("Final Destination 2," "Baby Geniuses 2"), Glenne Headly ("Eulogy," "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels") and Rachel Blanchard ("Road Trip," "Without a Paddle").
January 25, 2005
"Catwoman" Tops The Razzies, "Alexander" Not Far Behind
Celebrating 2004's Worst Achievements in Film, the Razzie has revealed their nominees for 2004. "Catwoman," the Halle Berry starrer, leads the Razzies with 7 nominations, including those for Worst Picture, Worst Actress, and Worst Screenplay. "Alexander," Oliver Stone's swords and sandals pic, follows not far behind with 6, and "White Chicks" is a "surprise" at third with 5 noms.