In celebration of this weekend's midnight screenings of The Muppets take Manhattan at the Esquire -- and the upcoming all-new The Muppet Movie, which will include a cameo appearance by Zach Galifianakis -- we decided to take a look at the best cameo appearances in the Muppet movies thus far. ... More >>
Full-sized photo below.Remember that scene in Goodfellas where Tommy (Joe Pesci) responds to a compliment from Henry (Ray Liotta) about a joke by seemingly building up to a homicidal freak out -- "Funny like a clown, I amuse you?" -- before revealing that he was only putting everyone on? A si ... More >>
The only thing better than a fabulous food scene on the big screen is a scene involving brutal, unabashed violence (True Romance, or anything Tarantino for that matter), or a fantastic food moment involving sex (9 1/2 Weeks, for example). But while some culinary scenes will leave you yearning ... More >>
The season of big budget bangs uses its brain.
No wonder all the bees are dying: Seinfeld's movie is embarrassing.
The shackled plaintiff testified by video hookup from a holding cell in the control unit of the highest security federal pen in the country. His lawyers were students from the University of Denver who havenâ€™t yet passed the bar. But Mark Jordan was determined to have his day in court. Three days ... More >>
This cast of old men in leather pants is on the road to nowhere good.
Joe Carnahan’s overly slick, heavily edited dark comedy works despite itself.
Everyone loves a man in uniform. Especially Brett Allen Andrews.
James Mangold's latest looks scary, plays funny, and might just be brilliant.
Biker Boyz is furious, but it ain't fast, which is a real drag.
Ray Liotta wants to know why he loses roles to...Owen Wilson?
Veteran actor Jamie Horton sees his words light up national movie screens.
In Ted Demme's Blow, Johnny Depp summons an American snowstorm.
Hopkins without Foster just doesn't cut it.
Or, love's labor lost -- a post-Valentine's Day dilemma.
Why we care that the king rat has packed it in.
RAY LIOTTA ON ACTING--PERIOD.