This week’s Worst of Netflix is a special pre-Comic-Con edition featuring a superhero movie that makes Batman and Robin look good.
Take a look at the new suit for Green Lantern, which hits theaters in the summer of 2011. Ryan Reynolds is into the costume, but we’re not so sure.
The trailer for The Experiment, starring Adrien Brody and Forrest Whitaker, based on the insane true story of the Stanford Prison Experiment.
Paul Rudd threw his back out, and now he needs Steve Carell to help him get to his back brace in this hilarious clip from Dinner for Shmucks.
Check out this awesome clip of hottie Maggie Q kicking some poor guy’s ass in the upcoming spy comedy Operation: Endgame.
Christopher Nolan’s Inception takes us on a dark trip to the corners of the mind. Is this one of the best films of the summer?
Here’s the first trailer for Devil, the new movie produced by M. Night Shyamalan. A group of people trapped in an elevator realize that the devil is amongst them. After Avatar, this better be good.
This week’s new movies include Christopher Nolan’s brain-bending thriller Inception, Nicolas Cage’s hair-weaving Sorcerer’s Apprentice and some really weird movies.
Action movies have been in decline the last 15 years, and The Expendables is going to fix that problem action movie style: by throwing every possible piece of firepower imaginable at it.
This guy came up with the worst idea for a movie ever, so let’s force American Express to turn it into a real movie. When the “Vote for This Movie” banner pops up at the end, just click the thumbs up. If it wins, it will get financing and a premiere at next year’s Tribeca Film Festival.
Check out the trailer for Life During Wartime, the weird and funny send up of life in suburban America starring Allison Janney, Shirley Henderson, and Ally Sheedy .