Swedish-Canadian actress Malin Akerman is like a romantic comedy: funny AND sexy.
That hot chick flirting with you on FB could be a terrorist?! Say it ain’t so!
Janice is out of work and living with her sweet but overbearing sister, struggling to build a life for herself. Tim is a street performer whose unique talents as a “living statue” don’t exactly pay the bills but she recognizes a kindred spirit.
We must trust in the power of an excellent supporting cast (Alec Baldwin, Bryan Cranston, Milan Akerman, Russell Brand) to save this film from the shirtless, sweaty clutches of Tom Cruise.
Steven Silver’s harrowing docudrama showcases four conflict photographers based in Apartheid-ravaged South Africa who risked life and limb in capturing “the truth.”
David Wain’s sketchy variation on Albert Brooks’ Lost in America benefits from the comedic powerhouse that is Paul Rudd and his back-up performers, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux.
This Weekend: Fight for freedom with Act of Valor, get lost with Gone, get naked with Wanderlust and remember Red Dawn with Tomorrow, When the War Began.
It it possible that this will actually be funny? Rattled by sudden unemployment, an NYC couple surveys alternative living options, ultimately deciding to experiment with living on a rural commune where free love rules. Free love means sex and drugs.
Tom Cruise in his big musical moment? This could get uncomfortable. In 1987 LA, Drew and Sherrie are two people chasing big dreams in the big city. It’s love at first sight, but there are challenges ahead. It’s a Broadway musical – of course there are.
Three lady outlaws. One big drug shipment. Endless double crosses.
An urban power couple decide they need to make some big life changes after he loses his job. From yuppie to hippie in 90 minutes.