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To celebrate the upcoming Holiday season, and all the cheer and laughter that comes with it, we’re giving away a 3 Blu-Ray prize pack that consists of some of the more successful comedies of the past couple years. Thanks to our friends at Warner Bros., we have Horrible Bosses, We’re The Millers and Hall Pass up for grabs.
All three films are excellent entries into the genre and provide for many laughs. Though my favorite is Horrible Bosses, a film that constantly delivers on each viewing, you really can’t go wrong with any of these and they will no doubt bring some laughter and cheer to your upcoming Holiday celebrations.
To enter our contest for a chance to win the prize pack, simply Like us on Facebook and then Re-Tweet our contest message. A winner will be chosen on December 1st.
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- Matt Joseph
Last week, Warner Bros. released We're the Millers on Blu-ray and DVD, giving fans a chance to experience this comedy hit in the comfort of their own home. Jason Sudeikis stars as a drug dealer who enlists a fake family to help him smuggle marijuana out of Mexico. If you haven't had a chance to pick this up yet, you're in luck, because we have a giveaway lined up where readers can win this new Blu-ray, along with the Hall Pass Blu-ray and the Horrible Bosses Blu-ray. Take a look at how you can win below.
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Time to sharpen your eyes, kids, because this week's Poster-Crop Quiz carries with it an awesome prize pack. This week sees the release of We're the Millers on Blu-ray and DVD. In honor of this event, Warner Bros. has offered up a prize pack built around star Jason Sudeikis. The winner will receive Blu-ray combo packs of We're the Miller's, Hall Pass and Horrible Bosses. You may notice who headlines all three. Therefore, we've gathered posters from other movies featuring Sudeikis' costars from those three films, and cropped them all to hell. See if you can identify the posters and list your guesses in the comment section. We will randomly select a winner from all correct responses. Get to it! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6...
- Brian Salisbury
November 14, 2014 Marks Dumb and Dumber 2 Debut. I'm still bewildered that a film like this is being made to begin with. The first film of 1994 helmed by Peter and Bobby Farrelly had its 1990s comedic moments, but to bring back the Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels as two less-than-intelligent leads so many years later, whether Jennifer Lawrence (still stunned that she's on board) is in the cast or not, is quite absurd. It's not like the Farrelly's have any sort of crowd pulling power like the Coen brothers, since the majority of their films after the great There's Something About Mary, well, sucked for a lack of a more fitting word - Stuck on You, Fever Pitch, The Heartbreak Kid, Hall Pass and The Three Stooges. »
Review Ivan Radford 1 Nov 2013 - 06:43
It's hardly breaking new ground, but Ivan reckons life's too short to hate films starring Kevin Kline...
"Dick." "Asshole." That's old childhood friends Paddy (the Oscar-winning Robert De Niro) and Archie (the Oscar-winning Morgan Freeman) after they reunite for a bachelor party in Vegas. The bachelor in question? Billy (the Oscar-winning Michael Douglas), a ladies' man who's found himself a girl to marry. He's in his 60s. Her age? A sprightly 32.
"I have a haemorrhoid that's almost 32!" declares Archie. Your reaction to that joke will determine whether you'll like Last Vegas or loathe it. After all, it's hardly treading new ground. In fact, Jon Turtletaub's film makes a point of treading old ground, taking The Hangover's formula and geriatrifying it for an older audience in what seems to be a risk-free move.
What's surprising, though, is that it spends a lot of time treading »
Washington, Oct er 12: Owen Wilson is reportedly excited to welcome his second child, with Caroline Lindqvist.
Sources revealed that the 44-year old English actor is expecting a baby with his 41-year-old onetime personal trainer, People Magazine reported.
Sources added that the pregnancy was not planned but the 'Wedding Crashers' star is very involved as he accompanies her to doctor's appointments and makes sure she is doing well, and both are excited to welcome their baby.
- Meeta Kabra
Digital HD Release Date: Dec. 3, 2013, Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: Dec. 17, 2013
Price: DVD $29.98, Blu-ray/DVD Combo $39.99, Blu-ray 3D Combo $49.99
Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Logan Lerman (The Perks of Being a Wallflower) stars again as the titular Percy, son of Greek god Poseidon. When their beloved Camp Half-Blood starts to die, Percy and his friends, including satyr Grover (Brandon T. Jackson, Get a Job), must go on a journey to find the famed Golden Fleece to save the day. The problem is, they have to go through the sea of monsters, battle terrifying creatures and get past an army of zombies.
Department store giant Target went live with its streaming service, Target Ticket, on Tuesday — and is offering new users 10 free downloads upon creating a free account. Don’t expect to get any hot freebies, though: Highlights of the 30-title selection include the original “Paranormal” film and Ridley Scott’s 1979 science fiction classic “Alien” … then quickly devolves into titles such as 1992 animated family film “Fern Gully,” Farrelly Brothers comedy “Hall Pass.” Target Ticket doesn’t function like Netflix Instant, as it is not a subscription service. Instead, the service offers movie and television titles á la carte, in a similar fashion to. »
- Greg Gilman
Joining Hart, Gad and Cuoco in supporting roles are Affion Crockett (A Haunted House), Jorge Garcia (Lost), Dan Gill (The Great Gatsby), Corey Holcomb (Who's Watching the Kids), Ken Howard (Michael Clayton), Colin Kane (Lift), Cloris Leachman (Raising Hope), Jenifer Lewis (Think Like a Man), Alan Ritchson (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Mimi Rogers (Two and a Half Men), Ignacio Serricchio (The Young and the Restless), Aaron Takahashi (Yes Man), Olivia Thirlby (Juno), and Nicky Whelan (Hall Pass).
Who will stand with Nicolas Cage as the world comes to an end? Turns out Lea Thompson. THR reveals the Back to the Future star has signed on to play Cage.s wife in the in-production reboot of the Rapture-centered drama Left Behind. Thompson joins a cast that also includes One Tree Hill star Chad Michael Murray, Big Love.s Cassi Thomson, Hall Pass.s Nicky Whelan, The Blind Side.s Quinton Aaron, and pop star Jordin Sparks. Between Seth Rogen.s This is The End, to Simon Pegg.s The World.s End, and lesser-known laffers like the sharp satire It.s a Disaster and the forgettable Anna Kendrick vehicle Rapture-Palooza, comedians have had their fun with the end of days, but stunt man turned director Vic Armstrong is taking this topic seriously with his adaptation of the wildly popular book series of Jerry B. Jenkins and Tim Lahaye. »
Kirsten Dunst and Jason Sudeikis are set to team up for raunchy comedy Sleeping With Other People produced by Will Ferrell and his Gary Sanchez production company, the film will also be written and directed by Leslye Headland.
This will be Dunst’s second collaboration with both Headland and the Gary Sanchez production label following last years Bachelorette. Sudeikis however has had a steady string of comedy hits such as Horrible Bosses, Hall Pass and most recently We’Re The Millers.
The plot of Sleeping With Other People is said to follow ‘a good-natured womanizer (Sudeikis) who befriends a remorseful serial cheater (Dunst). Their platonic relationship reforms their chronic infidelity but sparks an inconvenient romantic attraction to each other’.
We’ll update you with any additional news on this project as we get it.
Source: The Wrap
- Ben Read
Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: Oct. 22, 2013
Price: DVD $29.96, Blu-ray/DVD Combo $39.99
Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Vaughn’s Billy McMahon and Wilson’s Nick Campbell are salesmen whose careers are torpedoed by the digital age. In an if-you-can’t-beat-’em, join-’em move, Billy and Nick win spots in a coveted internship with Google. But then they must compete with a group of young, tech-savvy geniuses for a chance at employment.
Vaughn came up with the story and co-wrote the screenplay with Jared Stern (Mr. Popper’s Penguins), with Shawn Levy (Real Steel) directing. The film also stars Rose Byrne (Bridesmaids), Aasif Mandvi (Premium Rush), Max Minghella (The Social Network) and Rob Riggle (21 Jump Street).
Join the Scranton gang for the ninth and final season of the groundbreaking, Primetime Emmy Award-winning hit series, The Office: Season Nine, arriving on Blu-ray and DVD on September 3, 2013 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment.
Andy is back as regional manager, but finds his true calling is in showbiz. Will this finally put Dwight in charge? Jim lands the job of his dreams in Philadelphia, which means big changes for Pam and Darryl. Back at The Office, Erin struggles with matters of the heart, Nellie meddles in everyone's affairs, and Angela discovers that her dream marriage isn't quite what it seems. And then, the documentary that has been following these quirky co-workers for nine seasons finally airs, and nothing will ever be the same.
• Watch the trailer for We're the Millers
• News on Sudeikis's departure from SNL
• Sudeikis on his previous collaboration with Aniston, Horrible Bosses
Kansas kids have whirlwind adventures, whether it's Dorothy en route to Oz or Jason Sudeikis tilting at movie stardom. The American comic bounces into London jet-lagged and bleary, slurping coffee from a paper cup. He has a gilded status as a Hollywood clown and a glossy fiancee in Olivia Wilde, formerly of House. He is not in Kansas any more; the place is a memory. But he is poking all kinds of fun at red-state USA.
We're the Millers casts 37-year-old Sudeikis as a Denver-based pot-dealer who changes his hairstyle and his surname in order to pass »
- Xan Brooks
Matt Damon scored his best box office debut since leaving the Bourne franchise thanks to Elysium, which flew into first place this weekend with $30.5 million. The Neill Blomkamp-directed film started off smaller than his debut feature, District 9, which began with $37.4 million in 2009. That’s problematic for Sony, which entrusted the South African director with a $115 million budget for Elysium. If the film performs similarly to District 9, which ended its run with $115.6 million, it’s headed to a $94 million domestic finish; though, it seems unlikely that Elysium will have strong legs (even if they are robotically enhanced) given »
- Grady Smith
The actress, who already has a two-year-old daughter Sadie Grace with LeNoble, would love to expand the family, but doesn't know if she has the energy for sleepless nights with a newborn.
"I think we both want to make another Sadie. Watch this little person and she's so perfect and she enhances our life so much that you go, 'God - how could we not produce more of these'," accesshollywood.com quoted the "Hall Pass" actress as saying.
"We're both kind. »
- Anita Agarwal
"I'm definitely done," he revealed to David Letterman. "I'm not coming back next fall."
Up next for the 37-year-old actor is "We're the Millers," in which he plays a small-time pot dealer who assembles a fake family to help him cross the Mexican border with a major drug shipment, on behalf of his mega-wealthy boss. That sure-to-be entertaining project, which co-stars Jennifer Aniston as a stripper/his fake wife, William Poulter and Emma Roberts as his pretend kids, »
- Laura Larson
It's hard to overestimate the impact of "There's Something About Mary," which celebrates its 15th anniversary this week (it was released on July 15, 1998 -- scroll down for "There's Something About Mary: Where Are They Now?").
Even casual viewers of the film can never hear the phrase "frank and beans" the same way. The Farrelly Brothers' comedy dared to go where few comedies had gone before, and where countless others have tried to go since.
"Mary" wasn't the first gross-out comedy (though it may be one of the first to make a sight gag out of a zipper-mangled penis, or a misplaced glob of body fluid). But it was the first to work that gross-out humor into a sweet romantic comedy about believable, well-rendered characters. It was, in a perverse way, a movie for everybody, with the scatological humor targeting male audiences and the character-driven romance targeting female audiences. But »
- Gary Susman
This is another edition of Short Starts, where we present a weekly short film(s) from the start of a filmmaker or actor’s career. Armie Hammer, who stars in the title role of Disney’s The Lone Ranger, has not been in many films. His first leading role was playing televangelist Billy Graham in the religious, indie biopic Billy: The Early Years, but it’s only since his memorable turn as both Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss (aka “the Winklevii”) in 2010′s The Social Network that he’s become a major Hollywood player. It might have been earlier had the George Miller Justice League movie happened, but the casting of Hammer as Batman was not meant to be. Instead, in addition to the double duty as Mark Zuckerberg’s legal adversaries, he’s played prominent supporting characters in J. Edgar and Mirror Mirror and a deleted minor part in Hall Pass. Hammer »
- Christopher Campbell
“Movie 43,” starring Liev Schreiber, Emma Stone and Richard Gere is now available on Blu-ray and DVD! Here’s a hilarious new clip starring Halle Berry in the segment “Truth or Dare” plus an exclusive giveaway. Here’s more on the film: “From the twisted minds of producers Peter Farrelly (‘Hall Pass,’ ‘Shallow Hal’) and Charles Wessler (‘There’s Something About Mary,’ ‘Dumb & Dumber’), comes ‘Movie 43′ — the outrageous new ensemble comedy starring some of the biggest names in Hollywood. ‘Movie 43′ is not for the easily-offended and contains jaw-dropping, sometimes shockingly disturbing, but always entertaining intertwined storylines you’ll have to see to believe. The all-star cast includes Emma Stone, Kate [ Read More ]
The post Win A Copy of Movie 43 On Blu-ray Plus Check Out An Outrageous Clip appeared first on Shockya.com. »
- Brian Corder
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