Have you or your buddies booked a trip to Denver, George? In our recap of the Ed Harris appearance at the Starz Denver Film Festival last Friday, I noted that organizers of the event have a hard time getting big-name actors to show up. Example: Harrison Ford was in town for a weekend gala at ... More >>
Judd Apatow's third film as director, Funny People, opens today to lukewarm reviews (including the one you'll find in Westword, by LA Weekly's kick-ass film reviewer Scott Foundas). Like seemingly every other man my age, I'm a fan of Apatow's; the deft combination of dick jokes, self-loathi ... More >>
Role Models is smarter and bawdier than your average boys-to-men movie
Harold and Kumar get shipped to Gitmo in this forced act two.
Neither Tina Fey nor Amy Poehler seem the least bit invested in their surrogate-mommy comedy.
Jason Segel uses his balls to great effect in Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
An unlikely Hollywood hit spotlights the songs of an unlikely singer-songwriter.
George Clooneys ode to screwball comedies of yore is so close. And yet...
Owen Wilsons a bad fit for an ass-kicking bodyguard.
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Teen comedy Charlie Bartlett could use a dose of mean.
Cant get enough of Bill Clinton? Have we got a movie for you.
Juno: Music From the Motion Picture
Judd Apatow's pretty good year.
Steel yourself for 2008 with a look back at the year's best scripts.
The top movies of 2007.
The best DVDs of '07 made old movies feel new again.
Sending up the biopic, Walk Hard sells cheap laughs, lame cameos and lifeless Cox.
Teen pregnancy, hilarious and sweet, in the indie-licious Juno.
Our top DVD picks scheduled for release this week
Vince Vaughn tries to attract a different set of underage babies with Fred Claus.
Cobbled together from better movies, Steve Carellís latest is strike two.
A killer cast enlivens a dark comedy.
Geeky, freaky teen virgins attempt to get knocked up in Superbad, produced by guess who?
Why in Godís name did Steve Carell take the paycheck?
Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore do not make sweet, sweet music.
Diane Keaton subjects herself to more indignities in Michael Lehmann's latest vapid comedy.
Sacha Baron Cohen's howlingly funny mockumentary goes looking for America.
Ledger plays it straight as Casanova's lustful lead.
Ryan Reynolds recalls his fat years in Just Friends.
The Baxter can't get the girl. Except maybe just this once.
John Cusack is another endearing mutt in Must Love Dogs.
Distributors still don't honeymoon with small romantic comedies.
All Over the Guy is amiable but just not that novel.
Not-so-good fellow Hugh Grant gets engaged to the Mob in Mickey Blue Eyes.