Is it too late for a list like this? Even if so, I still decided to make a list of some films that I never want to see again. Similar to last year, these films may not necessarily bad, but they're... More »
Finally back from Cannes, and delving into what Hollywood can offer.MacFarlane's Western is clunky as hell, but there are some performers giving it their all, even if it does fall short compared to a film from 40 years earlier.Building on... More »
From the opening credits of director Seth MacFarlane's latest offensive and broad comedy, it is clear that he is wearing his Family Guy hat, although one can argue it is permanently affixed to his head.The ode to the woeful Wild... More »
So, what did you think was going to happen after the massive worldwide success of Ted? That Seth MacFarlane was going to clean up his act? Never gonna happen, as made very clear by the very dirty and very, very... More »
Is Liam Neeson going to bring his very particular set of skills with him to Seth MacFarlane's comedy western A Million Ways To Die? According to the report over at THR Neeson, currently one of Hollywood's favorite tough guys, is is negotiations... More »
According to a report at THR, Amanda Seyfried (Les Miserables and the upcoming Lovelace) is in talks to play the role of Seth MacFarlane's girlfriend in his comedy western A Million Ways To Die in the West. Now before you start silently... More »
Insert Cowgirl joke here. Okay. Got that out of your system? Good. Moving on. A report over at THR suggests that uber-everything, Charlize Theron, is in final negotiations to star opposite Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane in a Blazing Saddles type... More »
This week Cameron Crow's Aloha premieres, with - if nothing else - a stellar cast. Our Jim Tudor wasn't kind to the film, but note that in his review, he spent no vitriol on any of the actors. And in a supporting part you can spot Bill Murray, which is...
Before I knew anything about human sexuality, I had become far too intimate with disaster porn. That's because I grew up in the 1970s, when disaster movies fornicated freely with all-star casts and state-of-the-art special effects to deliver orgasms of simulated viewing delight to audience members. Of course, this was...
There are two things when one considers going to a film festival, or dare to put one on. The first is: location, location, location. The second (or perhaps it's the first): Movies, of course. Plenty of quality, eclectic flicks that will wow the locals and draw in film fans and...
I enjoyed Tomorrowland. There was a joy about the way Brad Bird shot the film that reminded me of early Spielberg, and if the whole thing ends up turning on the audience's willingness to believe that George Clooney has harboured a crush (and therefore a grudge) on a ninja robot...
Many of the famous film festivals have a movie market attached, and whenever people return from them, they bring posters, proofs-of-concepts, or just pitches, which are absolutely hilarious. Cannes was no exception, And Todd Brown brought us one pitch in which was particularly awesome. It may never get made, but...