I can see your dirty pillows. Everyone will.Breasts, mama. They're called breasts. And every woman has them.
Despite some ecstatic notices upon release (notably from Pauline Kael and Roger Ebert), Blow Out was a commercial flop.
When the film opens with a masked figure going Henry-the-eighth on three handcuffed guys with a chainsaw, rarely do you expect a comedy.
James Reece (Meyers) is personal aide to the US Ambassador in Paris. He’s also low-level CIA and secretly fancies himself as a bit of James Bond type.
Inane, witless, excruciating - there, that's all you need to know about this wretched "comedy" that was rightly up for a number of razzies this year.
Denzel Washington has a thing for hostage negotiation scenarios: see John Q and Inside Man. Director Tony Scott has a thing for vehicles.
“You know what they say about cops and donuts,” quips Salma Hayek to James Gandolfini. “They’re only good when they have a hole in them.” This, coupled with Gandolfini’s retort...
Despite one of the more bizarre heritages of recent movies — it’s a film based on a musical based on a film — Hairspray defies logic to be one of...