Posts Tagged ‘john c. reilly’
Karen GIllian women in comic book movies

Guardians of the Galaxy

The summer's biggest blockbuster is no disappointment, debuting as the first all-out comedy superhero movie.
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Guardians of the Galaxy

"Guardians of the Galaxy," based on a lesser-known quintet of Marvel heroes, brings some much-needed frivolity to comic-book movies.

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Wreck-It Ralph

A bouncy, boingy ball of candy-colored fun, "Wreck-It Ralph" is intended as pure entertainment for wee boys and girls.
Carnage Inside


"Carnage" is a movie that has the ideas and the potential to succeed but lacks the execution to make it enjoyable.

Carnage - inside


"Carnage" works better when seen as a master class in acting than a workable, believable story.
Terri inside


Thanks to a strong sense of realism, "Terri" stands out amongst other coming-of-age films.

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Unlikely Movie Stars

Non-traditional leading men like Russell Brand & Danny McBride have found themselves starring in a lot of movies lately. What makes for an unlikely movie star?
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I Wrote This For You

Original songs deserve some recognition, too, so here are some of the best of recent years.

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Funny or Die Presents: Season One

Funny stuff, but it's still an odd companion piece to the free website.
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The Extra Man

Not even Kevin Kline can save this very bland movie.

Step Brothers

Heroes of the Zeroes: Step Brothers

"Step Brothers" — Will Ferrell's defensive and offensive rebound from sports films — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.

Heroes of the Zeroes: The Promotion

"The Promotion" — a social satire about men vying to be a grocery-store manager — continues Nick Rogers' look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.

Cyrus - inside


Comedy? Drama? "Cyrus" defies categories. But you'll enjoy this splendidly acted observational film.
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Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant

Director Paul Weitz goes for good dumb fun but misses the mark on "good" and "fun."