March 4, 2008
Rush Hour 3 Takes '07 DVD Rental Crown
It may not have been quite the box-office phenomenon that its predecessors were -- and critics may have disliked it enough to keep it down at 20 percent on the Tomatometer -- but that didn't stop Rush Hour 3 from emerging as the top DVD rental of 2007.
October 24, 2007
Farrellys Fight for Three Stooges
The Three Stooges was supposed to be the Farrelly Brothers' next movie after The Heartbreak Kid in the vein of the old Stooges shorts. Sounds like a much better idea than Stuck on You, but the studio would rather have them direct another raucous comedy.
October 11, 2007
Box Office Guru Preview: Wide Open Race For #1 Spot This Weekend
Five new films push their way into nationwide release on Friday hoping to challenge two-time champ The Rock making for what should be a free-for-all at the North American box office with many different studios having a realistic shot at claiming the number one spot.
October 4, 2007
Critical Consensus: Heartbreak Needs Discipline, Jane Worth Perusing, Seeker Reeks
This week at the movies, we've got honeymooners (The Heartbreak Kid, starring Ben Stiller and Michelle Monhagan), teenage heroes (The Seeker, starring Alexander Ludwig), bookworms in love (The Jane Austen Book Club, starring Maria Bello and Emily Blunt), and fledgling rappers (Feel the Noise, starring Zulay Henao). What do the critics have to say?
October 4, 2007
Box Office Guru Preview: Heartbreak Kid Hopes to Charm Moviegoers
Following a six-week streak of R-rated films topping the charts, The Rock's family comedy The Game Plan led the box office last weekend. Now, adult fare comes back to claim the crown with the new Ben Stiller comedy The Heartbreak Kid which is aiming for an easy number one debut.
October 3, 2007
Total Recall: The Heartbreak Kid and the Movies of Neil Simon
After toning down the crude and turning up the cute for the last three years, the Farrelly brothers return to R-rated raunch territory with The Heartbreak Kid, opening this Friday. It's a remake of the 1972 Neil Simon film of the same name and this week we'll journey through the New York playwright's presence throughout cinematic history.