Who better to review a movie about porn than a porn star? That's why we got the beautiful Allie Haze to share… Watch Now »
Tag Archives: Bill Murray
Oh, how Wes Anderson does thrill and bewilder at the very same time.
On the one hand, the ultra wry, witty and more importantly original writing-directing style of the "Moonrise Kingdom" and "The Royal Tenenbaums" mastermind is like a homing device for Hollywood's top tier talent (this time, including Ralph Fiennes, Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Saoirse Ronan, Tilda Swinton, Willem Dafoe and Jason Schwartzman, among many others). But on the other, let's be honest. You've gotta be pretty with it to make heads or tails of what's happening half the time lest you miss out on some super hip joke or innuendo.
Nothing'll clear out a public pool faster than a floating turd, that's for sure. But as these video kiddos ably demonstrate, that fateful doodie bit in "Caddyshack" must have involved a little Hollywood trickery 'cause that's one stunt that stinks to try at home. Sorry, poop pranksters!
Sure, everyone can probably agree that Bill Murray is not your typical hunk of Hollywood man meat and he really never has been, but dayum is he still a surprisingly awkward kisser.
Just check out this supercut video (via Laughing Squid) of him making out with — more like slobbering on in some instances — a slew of
poor girls his lady and sometimes male co-stars over the years. If you were harboring a hidden desire to lay a smacker on Mr. Stiff Lips, this two-minute mashup'll probably change your mind up a bit. Get More »
While "Ghostbusters III" is supposedly (read: in Dan Akyroyd's imagination, at least) still being pieced together with or without Bill Murray on board to star, the pace on that project is moving slower than a mountain of frozen ectoplasmic ooze.
So, to tide over the increasingly impatient fanbase, newcomer director Bradley Bjornstad wants to make a documentary on the "Ghostbusters II" that could've been — the one that Murray agreed to make in the first place — and create a "Ghostbusters 2: Extended Cut" with the finished footage that got slimed in the cutting room.
And who does a guy like Mr. Bjornstad call in situations such as these? Kickstarter, of course.
Here's a theory we'd like to put out in the universe: George Clooney's handsomeness is made exponentially more handsome when he surrounds himself with other handsome people. That's why he does it so often. It's like a brain trust of handsomeness.
It would seem the glow from Clooney's star turns in super-handsome ensemble flick "Ocean's 11" and its sequels has faded slightly, so he would like to head to the handsomeness bank and make a handsome withdrawal. (OK, sorry, done saying handsome now. Just once more: handsome.) Enter "Monuments Men," stage left. Get More »
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have assembled a Murderer's Row of comedy heavy-hitters to provide cameos as themselves — including Paul Rudd, Jason Segel, Emma Watson and Rihanna — in their new apocalyptic satire, "This is the End."
That's a buncha muncha cruncha cameos, but how do they stack up among the greatest ever perpetrated? We're counting down 35 surprise appearances in movies that pleased and shocked us ... and left us wanting more. Get More »
This week: Tom Hanks and Halle Berry play several different characters over many lifetimes in the beyond-ambitious time-traversing think piece "Cloud Atlas," written and directed by the Wachowski siblings and Tom Tykwer.
Also new this week is horror icon Leatherface's return in the sequel "Texas Chainsaw 3D," Charlie Sheen in Roman Coppola's comedy "A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III" and a new mastered-in-4K Blu-ray of "Ghostbusters" that is optimized for Ultra HD TVs. Get More »
Greetings from the apocalypse! This was a scary-ass week for my homies in Boston. Why we gotta blow each other up, people? If we keep exploding ourselves all we'll wind up with is Charlton Heston screaming at the Statue of Liberty. Truth. Love, peace and chicken grease, y'all. Now, movies … Get More »
This week: Bill Murray as President Franklin D. Roosevelt is the highlight of "Hyde Park on Hudson," which should in no way be considered a historically accurate account of FDR's meeting with the King and Queen of England in 1939.
Also new this week are two Criterion Collection Blu-ray debuts: Laurence Olivier's "Richard III" ("My kingdom for a horse!") and David Cronenberg's "Naked Lunch" ("Exterminate all rational thought"). Get More »
Melissa McCarthy: From one of the "Bridesmaids" to "Identity Thief" to ... single mom?