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It's not six seasons and a movie, but "Community" is going into Season 5. What better time to take a look back at the show so far and honor the best of the best? These six episodes feature the best of "Community" parodies, from "Law & Order" to "Glee" and more.
When is product placement more than just product placement? How about when advertising Kentucky Fried Chicken in the context of "Apollo 13"?
5. 'Modern Warfare' ('28 Days Later,' 'Terminator,' 'The Matrix,' every disaster/apocalyptic movie ever)
Paintball goes horribly wrong at Greendale when the prize proves too good. And Jeff misses the breakdown of society while sleeping. Later paintball episodes ("A Fistful of Paintballs" and "A Few Paintballs More") offer parodies as well, but "Modern Warfare" started the trend and is arguably the best of the bunch. »
Odd List Ryan Lambie Simon Brew 19 Dec 2013 - 06:30
Our journey through the lesser-known films of the 2000s continues. This week, it's 2003...
It was the year that Arnold Schwarzenegger went from Terminator actor to Governor of California, and when The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King dominated the global box office with a gross of more than $1bn. 2003 was also the year the Wachowskis' Matrix trilogy thundered to a close, the year Freddy Krueger clashed with Jason Voorhees in, er, Freddy Vs Jason, and the year Pixar scored another hit with Finding Nemo.
But as you've probably gathered by now, 2003 was also a year of quite brilliant, less lucrative films. The movies we've included in this week's list were chosen for a variety of reasons - some were ignored in cinemas, while others were harshly treated by critics. Some were modestly popular or given awards on release, »
Director: Rawson Marshall Thurber,
Running Time: 112 minutes
It happens a few times a year. You see a trailer for an upcoming comedy that showcases plenty of laughs, decent characters, and actors you can imagine having great chemistry, only for the final piece to fall flat on its face and reveal that all the best moments were in the trailer. We’Re The Millers is Not one of those films. Instead, it’s a fast-paced comedy that lives up to the hype and often exceeds it, thanks to a very script and even funnier performances.
Sudeikis plays David Clark, your run of the mill pot dealer who ends up owing his supplier (Helms) a favour, and so must transport a “smidge” of pot from Mexico to the Us. »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
Little is known about the installment other than that his character is named Alan Castellano and he lives in Joshua Tree — a fact that brings Danny and Mindy to the California desert town.
Related | The Mindy Project‘s Midseason Hiatus
As TVLine previously reported, this same installment — penned by Kaling and recent Emmy winner Tracy Wigfield — “really advances [Danny and Mindy's] story romantically.” So… squee! »
- Megan Masters
Ora plays the 22-year-old Mia, a bubbly and outgoing girl who is also the adopted sister of kinky billionaire Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan). [Source: The Daily Mail]
The story follows a geopolitical crisis and its effect on three disparate and desperate men: the U.S. Secretary of State (Robbins), a »
- Garth Franklin
Top 10 Duncan Bowles 4 Dec 2013 - 06:45
Duncan salutes his personal choice of the 2013 action movies that deserved just a little more love...
This article contains spoilers for each of the films mentioned. Not necessarily big ones, but you might want to steer clear of The World's End entry if you've not seen that.
2013 has been a great year for action. We’ve had multiple comic book heroes fighting it out on the big screen, with Thor and Iron Man continuing Marvel’s run of great movies, the return of the R-rated antics of Kick-Ass and at long last an F-bomb loaded, bloody incarnation of The Wolverine (though it’s worth pointing out that the unrated edition in the UK only comes with the 3D version of the home release, a trend I hope doesn’t continue).
From a sci-fi angle, we’ve had robots fighting monsters in Pacific Rim and »
Exclusive: Vinnie Jones and Luis Guzman have been tapped for recurring roles on ABC’s midseason drama series Mind Games, about two brothers — Ross (Christian Slater), a con man, and Clark (Steve Zahn), suffering from bipolar disorder — as they run a problem-solving firm that uses psychological manipulation. Jones, repped by Innovative Artists and Elevate Entertainment, will play the cerebral, charismatic and just a bit psychotic Isaac Vincent, who is Sam’s (Jaime Ray Newman) employer, at least for this particular venture, and who threatens Ross’ life. Jones also co-stars in the ABC comedy pilot Galavant. Guzman will play Nate, one of Isaac’s henchman, who is physically imposing and very intimidating, but with a soft center. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
The DreamWorks Animation comedy Turbo features one of the finest ensemble of voice talent in recent memory. The story follows a snail (Ryan Reynolds) who dreams of becoming fast and winning the Indianapolis 500. After a freak accident, Turbo gets his wish, blessed with lightning-fast speed that takes him all the way to Indy to chase down his dreams, with the help of a taco vendor named Tito (Michael Peña). I recently had the chance to speak with Luis Guzmán for the Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD release. The actor voices Angelo, Tito's brother and owner of a taco restaurant who disapproves of this whole adventure. Take a look at what he had to say below.
I was going through your very impressive resume, and there's not a whole lot of voice work on there. Is there something »
Between playing the outlandish Jean-Ralphio on NBC's Parks and Recreation and Clyde Oberholt on House of Lies, the multi-talented Ben Schwartz somehow found time to lend his voice to a snail named Skidmark in Turbo, currently available on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD. Skidmark is a part of the race crew who helps Turbo (Ryan Reynolds), a snail who gets blessed with amazing speed after falling through a car engine, realize his dream of racing in the Indianapolis 500. I recently had the chance to speak with this actor about his voice recording process, future projects, and much more. Here's what he had to say.
I have to imagine, for an actor, it must be a dream to play a character named Skidmark.
Ben Schwartz: Oh, when I came up in the business, »
In Universal Home Entertainment’s 2 Guns, when an attempt to take down a drug cartel blows up in their faces, two undercover operatives are forced to go on the run together, though neither knows that the other is a federal agent. Suddenly, everyone on both sides of the law wants them dead, and their only hope is to trust each other. Featuring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg, we celebrate the Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD release on November 19, by revisiting some of the most memorable buddies in blue.
Axel Foley & Detective Rosewood – Beverly Hills Cop
While Eddy Murphy and Judge Reinhold have made names for themselves in today’s pop culture, it’s easy to argue that Beverly Hills Cop launched their now successful film careers. With Axel as the mouth behind the duo, and Rosewood as the partner getting him out of trouble each time, there match up is as timeless as the film. »
- Robert Greenberger
He had the first auds roaring in the aisles with his seam-splitting debut. The Park City at Midnight launch of Black Dynamite catapulted Scott Sanders into the B-movie homage/slapstick elite. Fast forward to 2012, and the helmer found his sophomore project with cult actor Luis Guzman toplining. High grade schlock or a delirious action-comedy offering, details on the Lionsgate project have been mum: production got underway in June of 2012, there is no release date and not much news in the in what should have been its year of release. Has Aztec Warrior been pinned down because of extra work (see concept art here) or has it been prepped with a ribbon, marketing campaign for a slick Sundance delivery? We’ll soon find out.
- Eric Lavallee
Directed by Richard Gray, the picture is the story of two gangsters who need to find a woman who looks like the suddenly deceased object of affection of a notorious drug lord. “Lookalike” is directed and produced by Richard Gray.
“’The Lookalike’ weaves exhilarating action and mystery with meaningful real-life moments that take moviegoers on an extremely entertaining journey,” said Doris Pfardrescher, president of Well Go USA, which will release the film theatrically and on VOD in early summer 2014.
- Patrick Frater
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“Turbo,” which comes to Blu-ray and DVD combo pack on Nov. 12, 2013 from Fox Home Entertainment, stars Ryan Reynolds, Paul Giamatti, Maya Rudolph, Samuel L. Jackson, Bill Hader, Richard Jenkins, Michelle Rodriguez, Snoop Dogg, Michael Peña, Luis Guzmán, Ken Jeong and Ben Schwartz from director David Soren and writers Darren Lemke and Robert D. Siegel.
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Santa Monica -- Arclight Films has locked up numerous international presales for Reclaim, a thriller from director Alan White starring John Cusack, Rachelle Lefevre and Ryan Phillippe, which has just begun production in Puerto Rico. Arclight closed distribution deals for Germany (Square One) and Turkey (Aqua Pinema) as well as multiple Asian territories for the feature, which also stars Jacki Weaver and Luis Guzman. The movie follows an American couple who travel to Puerto Rico to adopt an orphan Haitian girl, who then mysteriously vanishes from their hotel room.
- Scott Roxborough
Earlier this week we got the first word on Reclaim, a thriller coming our way from Paradox Entertainment, and now an official press release containing more details has arrived. Read on to learn the latest.
From the Press Release:
Reclaim, a new suspense-thriller inspired by real-life events, with a dynamic and powerful cast that includes John Cusack, Ryan Phillippe, Rachelle Lefevre, Jacki Weaver, and Luis GUZMÁN, is about to make the move from pre-production into production.
“We’ve assembled a brilliant cast and have an extremely talented director who will deliver something truly unique and unforgettable,” added producers Brian and Josh Etting.
- Debi Moore
Phillippe and Lefevre play an American couple who head to Puerto Rico to finalize the adoption of their new seven-year-old daughter, a Haitian orphan named Nina.
Taking time to explore the coast to bond as a new family, the husband clashes with an intimidating local (Cusack), soon after Nina disappears from her bed during the night.
Source: Deadline »
- Garth Franklin
Reclaim , a new suspense-thriller inspired by real-life events, has announced a cast that includes John Cusack, Ryan Phillippe, Rachelle Lefevre, Jacki Weaver and Luis Guzman. Reclaim follows Steven (Phillippe) and Shannon (LeFevre), a young, happy-go-lucky American couple, who travel to Puerto Rico to finalize the adoption of their new seven-year-old daughter, a Haitian orphan named Nina. Charmed by the picturesque island and eager to bond with their new daughter, Steven and Shannon take advantage of their time in Puerto Rico to explore the idyllic coast and see the sights as a family, confident they are just days from returning home to begin their new lives together. Events take an alarming turn, however, when Steven clashes with an intimidating local (Cusack) and »
Directed by Alan White, the film stars Phillipe and Lefevre as a couple who travel to Puerto Rico to finalise the adoption of a Haitian orphan.
After clashing with a strange local man (Cusack), their new daughter is stolen from her bed one night.
They struggle to solve the mystery of her disappearance - a mystery which deepens when the adoption agency contact (Weaver) also goes missing.
Reclaim was originally intended to shoot in Australia and focus on an Afghan refugee child.
It was relocated and reworked after failing to secure an investment from Screen Australia. »
The film was due to shoot in Australia but the location changed after the producers, who include Ian Sutherland and Australian director Robert Luketic via their company Origin Productions, had their bid for funding rejected by Screen Australia.
Phillippe and Lefevre (The Twilight Saga) play an American couple who are mourning the death of their unborn child in a car accident. They head to Puerto Rico to adopt an orphan from Haiti, who disappears from their hotel room.
Jacki Weaver plays the owner of the international adoption agency, John Cusack is a former Marine and Afghanistan veteran who has an altercation with the couple and Luis Guzmán (We're the Millers) is the local police chief who gets involved in the case.
- Don Groves
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