"I would be on my back so fast."
Emails from Sony execs revealed the studio's plan to capitalize on the critical success of Zero Dark Thirty by adding "harsh dramatic elements" to all upcoming films in the Sony catalog, including the sequel to Kevin James' slapstick comedy.
Movies for grownups seem to be in trouble. You can't pick up a newspaper without reading another article about the new studio decree: They're not making adult dramas anymore.
When you factor in the money earned, as well as the gender neutral demographics, Watchmen comes off as a male version of Sex & The City.
There are many things funnier than Paul Blart: Mall Cop, but perhaps none funnier than watching critics, journalists and bloggers fall all over themselves trying to make sense of the film's popularity.
The success of some movies is easy to account for -- maybe it's star power, or good reviews, or the fandom associated with