If Tarantino were a female 20-something who likes Taylor Swift.
Judd Apatow focuses his director’s eye on family life at 40 in this spinoff of 2007′s Knocked Up.
In the age of manscaping, metrosexuals, and grooming products galore what does it mean to be a man? Morgan Spurlock explores this question featuring candid interviews with Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, Paul Rudd, Zach Galifianakis and everyday people weighing in on everything from the obsession with facial hair to body dysmorphic disorder.
Quoth The Raven, feel Safe from harm with Jason Statham, celebrate The Five Year Engagement and meet nice-guy, murderer, Jack Black, Bernie.
Yes, it is a rom-com, but as these things go it actually looks half way decent. Emily Blunt is hot, Jason Segel is funny and Judd Apatow produces, so it might actually be ok.
The Plight of the Worker, the Mental Patient and the Templar Knight, this weekend is all about recovery from Transformers. Your optons: Horrible Bosses, Zookeeper, The Ward and/or Ironclad.
The ladies get their turn. Judd Apatow brings you all the expected craziness, but this flim centers on planning a wedding and bachlorette party, so its funny is a bit more psycho.
The geeky-funny guy in the gray suit gets together with Hollywood’s comedy golden boy, Judd Apatow for an all new big screen adventure.
One rock star, one chubby intern, and a whole lot of trouble. Read our review of Get Him To The Greek starring Russell Brand and Jonah Hill.