A high school valedictorian who gets baked with the local stoner finds himself the subject of a drug test. This causes him to concoct an ambitious plan to get his entire graduating class to face the same fate, and fail. Sounds smart to me.
Get frisked by the 21 Jump Street reboot, habla espanol with Will Ferrell in Casa de mi Padre, get our of your mother’s basement and embrace your destiny with Jeff, Who Lives at Home and Adrien Brody gets you educated in Detachment.
Tony Kaye (American History X) directs an all star cast in Detachment which follows Adrien Brody as Henry Barthes; a substitute teacher who conveniently avoids any emotional connections, never staying anywhere long enough to form a bond with either his students or colleagues.
Adrien Brody’s amazing life has brought him to every corner of the world and across the universe. As the saying goes, it’s not about the Brody-destination, it’s about the Brody-journey.
Like any other kind of artist, filmmakers often struggle to come to terms with just what in the hell it is they’re doing. A life of creating fantasies (and, some might argue, of telling lies) can be a strange and unsettling one that sometimes inspires a session of cinematic self-examination. Here are a few accounts of what happens when Hollywood gazes into its own abyss.
This weekend’s releases are all about getting old or coming home: Disney gives us yet another Pirates (mis)adventure, Woody Allen deals with mortality through lovers in Paris, Iraq War veterans find a different war at home, and a wandering musician returns home to face the music.
Adrien Brody stars as a man who awakens in a mangled car-wreck at the bottom of a steep cliff, injured, trapped, with no memory of how he got there or who he is. Or why he has a gun.
Adrien Brody bends space-time whilst trapped in a morgue drawer in this trippy psychlogical thriller, now available on Netflix Instant.
It’s been 14 years since the first Scream movie, and horror icon Wes Craven is bringing the franchise back along with jump in your seat moments and tongue in check lines that fans have come to expect. Courtney Cox and Neve Campbell lead a supporting cast that includes Hayden Panettiere and Adrien Brody.
The sci-fi horror film Splice isn’t afraid to go to extremes. Here are the five moments where it really went there.
This week’s new releases on DVD and Blu-Ray disc include the Karate Kid remake, the Nightmare on Elm Street remake, and two original gross-out horrors: Splice and The Human Centipede.