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Check out the red band and green band trailers for the uproariously-funny-looking comedy We're the Millers from New Line Cinema. A pot dealer and stripper start an imaginary family to transport a massive load of pot for Ed Helms? Count us in. This really does look like a ton of laughs. Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts, Will Poulter and Ed Helms star with support from Nick Offerman, Kathryn Hahn, Thomas Lennon, Molly C. Quinn and Laura-Leigh. Rawson Marshall Thurber, known for films like the hysterical Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story starring Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn, helms from the script by Bob Fisher, Steve Faber, Sean Anders, John Morris and Dan Fybel. »
Reuniting after the comedy genius of Horrible Bosses, Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis will be back on the big screen this summer in We’re The Millers, which is pretty much guaranteed to be one of the best comedies of the year, let alone the summer season.
The film is one we’ve been looking forward to for some time, and now Warner Bros. have released the first trailer, setting the tone nicely ahead of its August release date.
David Burke is a small-time pot dealer whose clientele includes chefs and soccer moms, but no kids—after all, he has his scruples. So what could go wrong? Plenty. Preferring to keep a low profile for obvious reasons, he learns the hard way that no good deed goes unpunished when he tries to help out some local teens and winds up getting jumped by a trio of gutter punks. Stealing his stash and his cash, »
- Kenji Lloyd
Rawson Marshall Thurber's We're the Millers comedy from Warner Bros. Pictures has added a first poster and trailer. The film opens on August 9th and is scripted by Bob Fisher, Steve Faber, Sean Anders, John Morris and Dan Fybel. We're the Millers follows a veteran pot dealer (Sudeikis) who creates a fake family as part of his plan to move a huge shipment of weed into the U.S. from Mexico. Chris Bender, Happy Walters and Tucker Tooley produce. »
Photo: Warner Bros. Warner Bros. is the first studio to lift the lid on their crop of 2013 summer films beginning with The Great Gatsby, which will not only hit theaters on May 10, but will also open the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. From there films include Insidious director James Wan's new film The Conjuring, the Selena Gomez and Ethan Hawke thriller Getaway, the return of the Wolf Pack in The Hangover Part III, Zack Snyder's take on the Superman origin produced by Christopher Nolan Man of Steel, Guillermo del Toro's monster movie Pacific Rim and the Jennifer Aniston-led comedy We're the Millers. Finally, and the only movie that does not yet have any accompanying images for you to check out, 300: Rise of an Empire, which appears to still be on track for an August 2 release, but we'll see. I have included a preview image and information on »
- Brad Brevet
"We're talking about it," Carrey told Access Hollywood. "Jeff [Daniels] and I are really excited about it and hopefully next year we'll be able to do that."
Carrey reportedly dropped out of the sequel last summer, but Daniels confirmed two months later that the film would go ahead with both he and his co-star attached.
Bobby Farrelly revealed to Digital Spy last year that the sequel will be set 20 years after the first film, and will feature either Lloyd or Harry's offspring.
Jim Carrey's movie career in pictures: »
With eleven nominations under its belt, there was little doubt that The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 was going to be in for a rough ride last night as the Magicopolis theater in Santa Monica, California played host to the 33rd Golden Raspberry Awards - a.k.a. The Razzies - which celebrates that absolute worst in cinematic achievement from the past twelve months.
The final instalment of The Twilight Saga received seven awards in total: Worst Picture, Worst Director (Bill Condon), Worst Actress (Kristen Stewart, shared with Snow White and the Huntsman), Worst Supporting Actor (Taylor Lautner), Worst Screen Ensemble, Worst Remake, Rip-Off or Sequel and Worst Screen Couple (Mackenzie Foy and Taylor Lautner). Perhaps the Razzies took the opportunity to 'honour' the Twilight franchise as a whole, much like the Academy Awards did with The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King back in 2004?
Despite its dominance, »
- Flickering Myth
Right before the Academy Awards announces its winners, the 33rd Annual Razzie Awards has unveiled the list of its own winners for the worst achievement in film for 2012. "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" had eleven nominations (twice in one category) and ended up winning seven, including Worst Picture, Worst Actress for Kristen Stewart and Worst Director for Bill Condon. Last year Adam Sandler's "Jack and Jill" won all the awards. But this year, his "That's My Boy" movie won only two, for Worst Actor and Worst Screenplay. Check out the full list of nominees and winners (in red) below. Worst Picture: * The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 * Battleship * Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure * That's My Boy! * A Thousand Words Worst Actress: * Kristen Stewart - Snow White and The Huntsman, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 * Katherine Heigl - One For The Money »
In contrast with the Oscars, as we head towards the end of the awards season this year, the Razzies celebrate what they (in many cases, unfairly) deem to be the year’s worst contributions in the film industry.
Recent years have had the tendency to focus on a select few films and/or filmmakers/actors, and then nominate them across the board. Last year, it was Adam Sandler. This year, it was The Twilight Saga.
Whilst a lot of people (critics as well as audiences) felt that the franchise’s final instalment, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, was a series-best, and a great finale to the series, the Razzies went ahead and gave the nominations you’d expect, nominating the film and its team across the board.
I remain unable to get behind the spirit of the Razzies, especially when they seem to focus on the easy targets, regardless »
- Kenji Lloyd
This year saw yet another Razzie sweep, but this one was incomplete: Although The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 went into the 33rd Annual Razzie Awards race with a near-record 11 nominations (more nods than there were categories) it only managed to "win" seven spray-painted statuettes, including Worst Picture, Worst Actress (Kristen Stewart) Worst Supporting Actor (Taylor Lautner), Worst Screen Couple (Lautner and 12 year-old Mackenzie Foy) and Worst Screen Ensemble. Throw in Worst Remake/Rip-Off or Sequel and Worst Director for Bill Condon, and the fifth and final Twilight film is 2012's most-Razzed movie. But Twilight S.B.D. #2 (as Razzie wags prefer to refer to it) still fell short of last year's unprecedented all-ten-category sweep by Adam Sandler's Jack and Jill. Sandler wasn't totally over-looked, though: The aging, schlubby comic took the Worst Actor Razzie for the second year in a row, and his film That's My Boy »
The 11th Annual Razzie Awards took place yesterday, and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II swept the awards with seven wins including Worst Picture, Bill Condon got Worst Director, Kristen Stewart landed Worst Actress, and Taylor Lautner took home Worst Supporting Actor. Adam Sandler took home the Worst Actor award for That's My Boy. I won't argue with any of these wins, the movies that took home these worst of the year awards definitely deserved it.
Check out the full list of nominees and winners below.
The Oogieloves in Big Balloon Adventure
*Winner The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II
Worst Actress »
- Joey Paur
Just half a mile up the road from where the 85th Academy Awards will be held, the 33rd Golden Rasperry Awards were handed out. The Razzies have been taking place since 1980, billing themselves as an antidote to Hollywood's glitz and glam award season.
Taking home 60% of the prizes for the night, there aren't many categories "The Twilight Saga: Braking Dawn - Part 2" didn't nab, but apparently Rihanna's supporting turn in "Battleship" was enough to sway Golden Raspberry voters' away from their hatred of the film. As Kristen Stewart takes the stage down the street to present an Oscar, will anyone be snickering about her Worst Actress prize? Or might they have been snickering anyway?
Nominees and winners for The Razzies are decided by email ballot in nine of 10 categories. The tenth category, Worst Remake, Rip-Off, or Sequel, is decided by a poll at the film review website, Rotten Tomatoes. »
‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2,’ along with stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson lead the pack with a whopping 7 ‘wins’ at the 2013 Golden Raspberry Awards. Do You think they deserved the diss?
Breaking Dawn Part 2 got slammed at the Razzies on Feb. 23, an Academy Awards spoof that hands out prizes for Hollywood’s lousiest movies on the eve of the Oscars.
The final installment of the Twilight saga managed to take home 7 “wins” including Worst Picture, Worst Actress (Kristen Stewart) Worst Supporting Actor (Taylor Lautner), Worst Screen Couple (Lautner and 12 year-old Mackenzie Foy) and Worst Screen Ensemble, which included Robert Pattinson.
The film also picked up Worst Remake/Rip-Off or Sequel and Worst Director for Bill Condon, making the fifth and final Twilight film 2012′s most-RAZZed movie.
But fret not! Breaking Dawn Part 2 may have taken home the most awards this year, but they didn’t do as bad »
- Christopher Rogers
Worst Picture Battleship The Oogieloves in Big Balloon Adventure That’s My Boy A Thousand Words The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II Worst Director Sean Anders – That’s My Boy Peter Berg – Battleship Bill Condon – The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II Tyler Perry – Good Deeds / Madea’s Witness Protection John Putch – Atlas Shrugged: Part II Worst Actress Katherine Heigl – One for the Money Milla Jovovich – Resident Evil: Retribution Tyler Perry – Madea’s Witness Protection Kristen Stewart – The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II / Snow White and the Huntsman Barbra Streisand – The Guilt Trip Worst Actor Nicolas Cage – Ghost Rider 2: Spirit of Vengeance / Seeking Justice Eddie Murphy – A Thousand Words Robert Pattinson – The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II Tyler Perry – Alex Cross / Good Deeds Adam Sandler – That’s My Boy Worst Supporting Actress Jessica Biel – Playing For Keeps / Total Recall Brooklyn Decker – Battleship / What to Expect When »
All around Hollywood, the movie industry’s best and brightest are preparing for the year’s biggest awards bonanza — a starry, starry night of designer dresses, well-deserved wins, and touching acceptance speeches.
But as exciting as the Independent Spirit Awards may be, they can’t hold a candle to the Golden Raspberry Awards. Since 1980, this off-brand ceremony has rewarded the best in bad film, giving cinematic trainwrecks like Mommie Dearest, Howard the Duck, Showgirls, and Battlefield Earth the dishonor they deserve. The films in contention this year may not be quite as terrible as those that have won in years »
- Hillary Busis
★☆☆☆☆ Every once in a while, a film comes along which makes you plain embarrassed to have even watched it. Universally panned Hollywood 'comedy' That's My Boy (2012) is one such film. Directed by Sean Anders and starring Adam Sandler (*gulp*), Andy Samberg and Leighton Meester, this crass comedy is about as funny as the headache you're left with after having sat through it. We begin with teenager Donny (Justin Weaver), who fathers a son, Todd, with his high-school teacher, Ms. McGarricle (Eva Amurri Martino). With McGarricle put in prison, Donny raises Todd singlehandly until, on his 18th birthday, Todd vows never to see his pater again.
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- CineVue UK
With two TV series and two of 2012s worst released this week, we best get to it:
Management consultant focused House Of Lies offers its first season on DVD and Blu-ray this week. Starring Don Cheadle, Kristen Bell et al. it’s a tongue-in-cheek look into a high-powered world has a cleverness, debauched sense of humour and an excellent central performance from Cheadle, and is well worth a look.
A subversive, scathing look at a self-loathing management consultant from a top-tier firm. Marty, a highly successful, cutthroat consultant is never above using any means (or anyone) necessary to get his clients the information they want.
- Sam Carey
Director: Sean Anders
Running Time: 114 minutes
Extras: Gag Reel, Deleted Scenes, Who Are All These People?, Classy Rick’s Bacon And Legg’s, Greetings From Cape Cod
Films featuring Adam Sandler have grossed $2.2 billion in the Us putting him ahead of Leonardo DiCaprio, Jack Nicholson and Denzel Washington. Watching many of his films this seems unfathomable, but after watching That’S My Boy it will likely make you angry.
Donny begins a sexual relationship with his teacher. When they are found canoodling on school grounds the teacher is sent to prison and Donny left to raise their son, Todd. After years of separation Donny (Sandler) reconnects with Todd (Samberg) before his wedding in the hope of securing cash to avoid prison.
When a film opens with a teacher seducing a 14-year old boy and somehow gets »
- Sam Carey
That’S My Boy
Review by Dan Clark
Stars: Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, Leighton Meester, Vanilla Ice, James Caan, Milo Ventimiglia, Blake Clark, Will Forte, Nick Swardson, Susan Sarandon | Written by David Caspe | Directed by Sean Anders
Editors Note: As the film is hitting DVD and Blu-ray here in the UK on January 21st, here’s a reposting of our review of the Us Blu-ray release of That’s My Boy…
Adam Sandler is one name that will instantaneously polarize a room. Critics have largely panned his films since their inception, but he has maintained a strong and loyal fan base. Personally I have greatly enjoyed some of Sandler’s comedies, especially Happy Gilmore and The Wedding Singer. However, I do feel like his career has become stagnant in recent years. In fact with films like Jack and Jill and Just Go With It he has regressed in his efforts »
As we wait with baited breath for tomorrow's announcement of the Oscar contenders, the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation has announced the nominations for the 33rd annual Razzies, which of course celebrates the very worst in cinematic achievement over the past twelve months.
This year's nominations are dominated by The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2, which picks up a nod in every category - including two for Worst Screen Couple (Robert Pattinson / Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Foy / Taylor Lautner). Meanwhile Razzie favourite Adam Sandler also has a strong presence, picking up eight nominations for That's My Boy, while Battleship followed closely with seven.
Here's the full list of Razzie nominations...
The Oogieloves in Big Balloon Adventure
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II
Bill Condon - The Twilight »
The 33rd annual Razzie Awards announced their official nominations today and "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" led the way, earning a whopping 11 nominations along with the unofficial title of crappiest movie of the year.
A title that will no doubt become official once the winners are announced on February 23. In fact, Razzie voters think "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" is so bad that they actually gave it more nominations (11) than there are categories (10).
Suffice it to say that there's no point in even listing which categories the film was nominated in, as it was nominated in every single one of them, as well as twice for Worst Screen Couple (Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart on the one hand and Taylor Lautner and Mackenzie Foy on the other).
But don't worry, Twihards, because "Breaking Dawn" had good company, if by good company you mean "really bad company," as perennial »
- Scott Harris
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