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Insurgent is a relentlessly exasperating sci-fi film made, miraculously, with a half-baked imagination, a slaughtered wit, and insufferable direction by Robert Schwentke, the man who supplied 2013 with one its biggest flops, R.I.P.D.
After the announcement of Oscar nominations on Thursday, we can steel ourselves for an incessant stream of articles declaring
Whether it was Laurel & Hardy, Abbott & Costello, Hope & Crosby, Martin & Lewis -- or such modern attempts as Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte, or Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan -- the dynamic never varies between the cool guy and the eager wannabe who never will, but who'll win our hearts with his misguided, comically unsuccessful efforts.
Released by Universal, "R.I.P.D." cost a reported $130 million to produce. The film grossed $33 million in North America
I like to see big summer movies in the theater, I really do. It's my hope that the disappointing box-office receipts wake up the studios, and spur riskier ventures that attempt to keep up with what's going on in the online world.
Comic-Con -- and all that it represents -- is yet another pointless distraction, a way to keep the masses occupied while all the other important stuff goes down.
This weekend, you had your choice of an atmospheric, based-on-a-true-story ghost tale with The Conjuring, or ride along with Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds as afterlife cops in the effect-enhanced action-fantasy-comedy R.I.P.D.
Full Segment: Are you looking forward to hitting the cinema this summer? Jacob discusses the highly anticipated films, "The Conjuring," "Red 2" and "Turbo" with AOL's Moviefone. Join in the comments to share your POV!
Sports Illustrated & Victoria's Secret model Marisa Miller joined Jacob Soboroff in studio on HuffPost Live Thursday to discuss
Sports Illustrated & Victoria's Secret model Marisa Miller joins Jacob in studio to give advice to aspiring models of all sizes.
Mary-Louise Parker fans may want to rush to the theater this weekend to check out "Red 2" and "R.I.P.D." because they may
You're really the comic relief in this movie, which might surprise some people. Is that part of the reason why you wanted
This is the summer of Mary-Louise Parker. You have two blockbusters coming out on Friday. Isn't that weird? It's funny. I
As summer heats up, our thirst for films about futuristic freedom fighters shows no sign of abating.
Tired of the "Men In Black" franchise after last summer's lackluster -- if lucrative -- effort? Fear not. "R.I.P.D." is here
The film is shooting in New England and is set for a 2013 release. Interestingly, when the pair walk amongst the living, their
For (much) more of Miller, click here. Marisa Miller has been cast in a new movie. As Jeff Bridges. Really. Also joining
For more, click over to Variety. "Red" director Robert Schwentke will helm the adaptation of the hit Dark Horse Comics series
Still, getting Bridges is something of a coup for Universal; in putting together Bridges, a recent Best Actor Oscar winner