"The Hangover" star admits, “I don’t want to hurt people, but I do want to make them feel weird. There’s a fine line there.”
Including the "inside jokes" he put in "The Hangover" during his wife's cancer battle.
Sometimes I need someone to wipe my tears when I’m having relationship problems.
Brought to you by Todd Phillips, director of The Hangover and its two mangled offspring, War Dogs stars Jonah Hill (in what could either be an ill-advised buy-in or half-hearted middle finger to his new status as a "serious" actor) and Miles Teller as two young gunrunning guns out to make a quick buck off the War on Terror.
2--Beat By Beat Is Packed With 700 Useful Visual Examples We screenwriters are visual people, so I loaded the book with over
We're not so easily fooled.
Fifty minutes of Brody "Positive energy!" Stevens is a spectacle both formidable and profound.
My favorite can-do town loves to reinvent itself, and it's at it again. Nothing too jarring, though; more of a slow roll. And it's left some confusion among the local populace.
Yes, yes, I know -- spidermanspidermanspidermanspiderman. I'll get to it. But my favorite movies of the week, as usual, are the small ones. Let's start with Amma Asante's Belle, a Jane Austen-ish film based on a true story.
Galifianakis has been "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper" for a while. Before they were part of the Wolf Pack on "The Hangover" or