It’s not that Movie 43 is inherently juvenile but that every sketch here is no better than a lifeless Saturday Night Live sketch where their supposed writers identify a single concept and hammer away at it without any purpose.
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Recently at a Manhattan club, Kanye West rolled in and commandeered the club’s sound system to spin a new track all about his special lady friend, Kim Kardashian. But what most interests Nick is a member of Kanye’s entourage: Leonardo DiCaprio.
As the opening ceremonies for the London Olympics draw ever closer, so too does the question of what native Englander should earn the honor of lighting the Olympic cauldron. Nick feels it should be Kate Winslet. No.Questions.Asked.
I should stress this is not a traditional film review. Yes, I watched James Cameron’s 1997 Oscar-winning behemoth with 3D since that is the whole point of said re-release. Did Titanic need to be updated for 3D? I have no idea. Instead, let’s discuss symmetry, shall we?
Vulture reports that Kate Winslet and Catherine Keener will join Steve Carell, Jack Black, Nicolas Cage and Kevin Kline in what is shaping up to be another wildly unique and enigmatic cinematic experience.
The typical lament with stage productions moved to the silver screen is that they are nothing more than “photographed plays.” And this notion at its root, more often than not, is probably correct. In the wake of the bleak but hilarious adaptation of Carnage, I ask: what’s wrong with that?
Today is the birthday of Kate Winslet, Oscar Winner, Greatest Actress In The World (non-negotiable), and this makes my mind wander, as it so often does, to the name Jane Winslett-Richardson (Cate Blanchett) in Wes Anderson’s The Life Aquatic.
The apprehensions that come with watching Steven Soderbergh’s Contagion are understandable. But worry not, the director handles numerous minefields well enough, weaving an impressive number of story lines and characters into a first-rate horror thriller.
I recently caught the trailer for the upcoming film The Whistleblower and near the end, Rachel Weisz, playing, I assume, a whistleblower herself, says this line: “I don’t want a scandal , I’m just doing my job.” This, as it must, got me to thinking. What actor/actress could most capably deliver these words?