Hollywood peddles movies like a chef flings noodles at the wall. Does it stick? If so, perfecto. If it splats on the floor, well, movie moguls have enough dough to try again. The one thing audiences can be certain of is that each year, Hollywood is guaranteed to serve up a few dozen bowls of badly c ... More >>
Nerd. Geek. Dork. By whatever name, these poor, unfortunate souls with bad haircuts, unflattering clothes and few social graces are everywhere. Especially pop culture. Few films have captured the ideal of the awkward, disastrously uncool teen like Todd Solondz's Welcome to the Dollhouse, in the char ... More >>
An actual scene from a movie that somehow made money.As the summer blockbuster season winds down to its weakest dregs, two terrible movies -- one about James Bond as a cowboy battling aliens with a wristwatch that shoots lasers, the other about a group of zany blue anthropomorphic creatures w ... More >>
Come on Travolta... you can barely hold the gun and you've got a stringy Biore strip on your nose....This Wednesday, Denver Film Society and Denver Museum of Nature and Science are kicking off an amazing five-week film series for all the sci-fi buffs out there by matching superior film-making wit ... More >>
Have you heard "Office Musik" yet? It's Clockwork mashing Lil' Wayne's "Hustler Musik" with the theme from The Office. It's good. So good that we listened to it about fifteen times yesterday. So good that it was Hype Machine's number one track at the same time that Entertainment Weekly wrote it up ... More >>
You're not a doctor, but Trauma Center lets you play one on TV.
Sobering thoughts on the verge of marriage.
The teen movie genre finally implodes with Whatever It Takes.
Madonna and Rupert Everett play house in The Next Best Thing.